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Richard Branson's air-launch system is getting very close to opening for business after successfully completing one of its last big tests.
The new version of the hit handheld console is $100 cheaper and more portable, but it strips out some of the Switch's trademark features.
The hallowed halls of Mario have become, in the hands of fans, shrines to the gods of difficulty.
Opinion: Smartphone interfaces train our motions, closing the gap between our bodies and our virtual selves. But what does that mean when our movements are choreographed by corporate interests?
The viral video of BowlBot 5000 throwing a strike inspires great physics questions, even if robots aren't yet coming for our bowling alleys.
These lentil-sized pellets are used to make nearly all plastic goods. But they often escape and end up polluting oceans and coastal communities.
Molon Labe designed a middle seat for airplanes that is set lower and three inches back from the seats on either side.
Deals on the Xbox One X and Xbox One S consoles, along with some games and accessories you'll want.
A study finds New Yorkers are more likely to be Facebook friends if they live along the same subway line.
Dave Asprey of Bulletproof Coffee fame is sharing his high-tech workout secrets with the public at workout facilities called Upgrade Labs.
Researchers analyzed Reddit's most misogynist communities. It's exactly as bad as you thought.
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While it at first dismissed the vulnerability, Zoom says it will release a patch Tuesday night.
In 2016, Alpine Tech started a digital currency mining operation in Gondo, on the Italian border. Photographer Claudio Cerasoli documented their efforts.
Apple has refreshed its laptop lineup, adding the Touch Bar control strip to its entry-level MacBook Pro, and killing off the popular 12-inch MacBook in favor of the redesigned MacBook Air.
Netflix says more than 40 million accounts are watching the show. That number says very little.
All it takes is one wrong click, and the popular video conferencing software will put you in a meeting with a stranger.
How to manipulate time and space to get the most out of your phone's camera. Our slo-mo advice, and the best smartphones for recording in slow motion.
Quick experiments can help you answer the eternal question of whether to wear black or white on hot summer days. Turns out, it's complicated.
Figuring out trees' net emissions is becoming an urgent priority as countries and companies adopt tree-planting programs to offset their carbon footprints.