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Monday December 24, 2018. 03:00 PM
Relive Halo classics, play co-op with friends, or enjoy the mayhem of a battle royale with our favorite Xbox One games.
2018 saw the emergence of female artists whose online presence managed to be savvy without being sentimental, sensitive but still cynical.
Move over, ransomware. Cryptojacking is officially the scourge of the internet.
Astronauts on NASA's Apollo 8 mission snapped the first photos of Earth from space, forever changing how we see our place in the universe.
Look past the CEO's antics, and it's clear the automaker spent the year clearing major, long-standing hurdles.
Low-paid workers at Marriott hotels, in part, protested encroaching automation—finding unexpected common cause with some well-paid engineers across tech.
Sunday December 23, 2018. 08:02 PM
Facebook’s business model has always been to monetize user data. So why are we so shocked to learn how they did it?
Microsoft bought GitHub. IBM bought Red Hat. Those and other deals show how central open source software has become to companies big and small.
Netflix gets real about its programming, MoviePass struggles, and, of course, Yanny vs. Laurel divides the internet.
From 'Avengers' to 'Roma' it was an engrossing, and emotional, year at the multiplex.
As 2018 came to a close, the government was heading for a shutdown—a fitting end to a tumultuous year.
2018's biggest transportation stories include mathematicians willing to chat airplane peeing, clock-watching RAF pilots, and, of course, Mr. Musk.
A new experiment showed for the first time that quantum messages can indeed be speedier than what's seen in regular computing.
The helmet that collapses to half its size is easy to stash in a backpack—and have ready for any way and time you ride.
The ecommerce company is also a cloud computing provider, TV producer, fashion designer, wind-farm backer, and organizer of crowdsourced micro-labor tasks.
Saturday December 22, 2018. 04:00 PM
The gas giant could hold clues to the formation of our solar system.
Scandals of all stripes dominated the news, from Facebook's data leaks to Google's diversity war.
Amazon sends Echo recordings to the wrong person, Russians tried to get US Treasury dirt on Clinton donors, and more of the week's top security news.
The latest from James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein looks at the scientist's work through the eyes of a 12-year-old girl.
From 'The Incredibles 2' to indie breakouts like 'Eighth Grade,' Hollywood is finally starting to understand how completely technology shapes our lives.
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