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Saturday March 16, 2019. 12:00 PM
Now that the series is coming to PC, you can play them all over again—and take a unique lesson from two of the installments in particular.
Elon Musk's latest creation is entering a crowded market. Here's how its specs match those of Audi, Jaguar, Mercedes, and more.
Friday March 15, 2019. 10:28 PM
Caterina Fake says it’s time to ask whether tech should exist, rather than asking if it can exist or if funds are available for it.
Across the planet, children skipped school to protest inaction on climate change: 'Just 'cause we're kids doesn't mean we have childish opinions.'
Figuring out what happened to Ethiopian Flight 302 may involve baking the black box recorders in an oven, but the information investigators recover can be crucial to preventing future crashes.
The gunman who killed at least 49 people at mosques in New Zealand live-streamed the massacres, and left unusually detailed writings.
Researchers replicate the snapping shrimp's plasma-firing claw, which is powerful enough to knock prey out cold.
Video from mosque shootings in Christchurch popped up on Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube, showing the limits of social media moderation.
Photographer Lucia Sekerková Bláhová's series *Vrăjitoare* documents the digital revolution of Romanian witches, a mystical group that uses social media to advertise services and reach new clients.
Unless you're a basketball player or something.
In her new series, SNL’s Aidy Bryant is an aspiring journalist beset by trolls.
Results from a Harvard study don’t “support the common claims that [solar geoengineering] would inevitably lead to significant harms to some regions.”
Arctic permafrost, a “sleeping giant” of greenhouse gases, is melting faster than expected and could release 1.5 trillion tons of carbon dioxide.
Aliens invade the US in Rupert Wyatt’s Captive State, a movie that has our present-day struggles in mind.
Tech tools and rescue equipment are helping more people survive avalanches. The best defense? Don’t get caught in one.
Welcome to the world of fake accounts, phantom funds, and money mules.
Early dot-com millionaire Josh Harris spent his fortune on a series of lurid social experiments to prove his point that people didn't want just 15 minutes of fame in their lives. They wanted it every day.
The animated anthology isn't for the faint of heart—but it's a wild ride for the curious of spirit.
It starts at $39,000, has up to 300 miles of range, and is due out in fall 2020. Oh, and it has a panoramic glass roof.
Follow along with us as Elon Musk takes the stage to show off Tesla's latest creation.
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