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This year's best food books reflect the importance of community, whether it's about saving the world or just understanding it a little better.
The best deals on consoles, controllers, headsets, and other gaming gear for Sony, Microsoft, or Nintendo fans.
Don't look now, but there's a sequel to the horror movie known as Last Week.
Tesla, GM, and Nissan want to restore the fading tax credit for EVs; Waymo is almost ready to go; the Mustang gets electrified; and more car news.
These sensors and shoes—and a beet juice elixir—gave speed back to a slowing runner.
For 50 years, evolutionary theory has emphasized the importance of neutral mutations over adaptive ones in DNA. Real genomic data challenge that assumption.
You were right not to trust hotel and airport Wi-Fi a few years ago. But these days, it's (probably) fine.
Instagram, YouTube—you name it. Influencers are being paid handsome sums to pitch you products in natural settings. That video you just watched? $50,000.
Safer browsing, more bitcoin scams, and the rest of the week's top security news.
They're fun, but they're also a bit much.
We found math-filled and science-rich books, puzzles, coding kits, and more from brands including Amazon, Crayola, and Lego.
Whet your appetite for holiday shopping with 13 of our favorite early Black Friday picks, from TVs and tablets to vacuums and more.
Rising-star chef Eric Rivera has an easy way to up your holiday game: using powdered freeze-dried foods to amplify the flavors in your favorite recipes.
Researchers have refined a technique to create so-called DeepMasterPrints, fake fingerprints designed to get past security.
There still servers, but this cloud computing approach lets you turn services on and off more quickly, and only pay for what you use.
Government researchers analyzed data collected at weather stations across the globe for the find, and found the rainiest days are set to get rainier.
Facebook hired an opposition firm to fight the initiative, which was funded by hedge fund millionaire David Magerman.
A YouTuber has put Apple's new $799 iPad Pro to the test. User JerryRigEverything applied pressure to the ultra-thin device and found that it snapped in half, with the glass display lifting off.
The 'goodnight' commands finalize the spacecraft's transition into retirement, which began on Oct. 30 when NASA said that Kepler had run out of fuel and could no longer conduct science.
One example studied by MIT found an income-prediction system was twice as likely to misclassify female employees as low-income and male employees as high-income.