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Tuesday January 15, 2019. 06:58 PM
The company needs more cash for content and global expansion—and it's still cheaper than a lot of streaming services.
Ralph Gibson, who’s been shooting analog since 1956, highlights the qualities inherent to digital photography in this new show, 'Digital Color.'
There are much better ways to generate electricity than this proposed scheme in Egypt, but here's how it would theoretically work.
The Adapt BB isn't just an impressive riff on a sci-fi dream—it's a lightweight, NBA-ready kick that's ushering in a new age of smart footwear.
Games like the now-remastered 2001 title may have disappeared, but their plainness is an appealing antidote to today's excesses.
People love ‘Oumuamua because it's an antidote to our cosmic loneliness. And that's OK!
The concept teased at the Detroit Auto Show is the first step in a new way of winning drivers over to batteries and motors.
Across the country, cities are implementing new housing and transit laws that, oh by the way, lower their emissions of greenhouse gasses.
Nearly everyone now has a decade of photos in their pockets.
Now in the cycling business, Uber, Lyft, and others are co-opting the experience of longtime safe streets advocates.
Researchers are turning to VR because it can create realistic scenarios in a controlled setting, potentially making diagnoses more objective.
When Sonia Vallabh lost her mother to a rare disease, she and her husband, Eric Minikel, set out to find a cure.
The latest take on the muscled-up Mustang has more than 700 horsepower and might corner as well as it sprints.
Monday January 14, 2019. 06:29 PM
Winter is coming this spring—April 14, to be exact. There's a trailer too.
A new study shows that 3D-printing a section of spinal cord, living cells and all, restored movement in injured rats.
The science of how technology affects happiness needs a huge statistical upgrade. A new paper charts a path toward better research.
Desalination plants turn seawater into drinking water, but also pump hypersaline water back into the environment. That's especially troubling because desal has become extremely popular.
A social media campaign against forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts is a rare example of employees from different companies joining together.
With true autonomy proving harder than we hoped, some companies are refocusing on systems that split the work between human and machine.
Sunday January 13, 2019. 03:00 PM
A Hyundai with legs, a Tesla Model S robot death stunt, and all the happenings out of Vegas that you missed.
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