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Saturday December 29, 2018. 04:00 PM
We’re paying homage to the year’s highlights, especially the InSight Mars landing.
Syfy's new series doesn't reflect the influence of the man who wrote the novella on which it's based.
The V-22 Osprey-inspired aircraft, bidding to replace the Army's Black Hawk helicopter, has spent the past 12 months bagging a series of milestones.
In 2018, the state reimposed net neutrality, established a privacy regime, and set bot rules. Will the moves splinter the net, or will others follow?
Pour one out for this year's tech casualties.
Look back on the biggest moments in robotics in 2018, from the continued ascendance of SpotMini to the rapid rise and fall of the home robot.
Friday December 28, 2018. 04:00 PM
This year, our readers remained obsessed with self-driving and electric cars—and one of the most famous men making them.
Own a PS4 or PS4 Pro? You're definitely going to want some of these lovely extras.
Progress on AI-generated visuals offers clues on how images, video, and art could power new forms of entertainment and disinformation.
This year revealed consumers have a lot more to learn about what happens to their information online.
The intrepid spacecraft has traveled 13 years and 4 billion miles to glimpse Ultima Thule, a cold, dark world at the fringes of our solar system.
'Bandersnatch', which hits the streaming service today, is Netflix's first salvo in a new era of storytelling.
Thursday December 27, 2018. 08:01 PM
It runs on an endless shockwave, but, sadly, it’s still in the prototype stage.
This year saw the most devastating cyberattack in history, a gang of teen hackers, and so much Mueller news.
The more smart devices that sell, the more compelling the AI technology becomes. But the virtual assistants inside still stumble.
From Marvel cancellations to 'Friends' scares, this year was just the beginning of a long, grueling siege.
In factories across the world, machines are beginning to work more intimately with humans without sending them to the unemployment line—or the grave.
Just bought a Nintendo Switch? Here are some of its best (and most secret) abilities!
Life is stressful. And Amazon's voice assistant Alexa is a very convenient scapegoat.
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