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Apple's flagship laptop line gets a speed bump.
Marvel at the median income at Google and Facebook, but remember: Reducing the pay of tens of thousands of people to a single number has its shortcomings.
The kilogram is now based on energy changes in the quantum world rather than a physical object. Here's how that works.
Six down. Four to go.
The Treadwell is a simple, inexpensive bike for getting around. And it has a sensor built into the wheel that lets you log (and study) all of your rides.
Vizio's almost-top-end 4K TV is a dazzling testament to the power of quantum dots in a LCD display. Our full review of the 65-inch and 75-inch models.
Some combination of data and machinery may finally provide an objective marker of pain—but beware of bias.
The push to end opioid abuse has ended up hurting the people who use the drugs legitimately. Now those chronic pain patients are starting a movement of their own.
In a two-week test, startup TuSimple will transport mail for the US Postal Service between Phoenix and Dallas.
Making abortion mostly illegal will kick off an unintentional, vast experiment in public health—one where the outcomes are sick or dying women and children.
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How good is 'Jeopardy!' champ James Holzhauer? You have to see it to believe it.
Three years after the DNC hack, a new report finds that political parties around the world have ongoing security flaws that leave them vulnerable to attack.
HBO's drama will always have alternative interpretations, debates about its meaning, and revisionist histories—especially now that it's over.
Ajit Pai said he's satisfied with the companies' promises to build a 5G network and spin off a subsidiary brand. The Justice Department still has doubts.
The series finale was better than some expected—but still wildly disappointing.
Also, here's your first look at the third season of 'Westworld'.
GM's new "electronic platform" offers five times the bandwidth and compute power of its predecessor, to deliver better maps and new accessories.
Louisiana's Bonnet Carré Spillway diverts some of the Mississippi's floodwaters. But it also offers up a wealth of good physics questions.
It'll come out in three years, which is about how long it'll take people to forgive them for that series finale.