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A company called Baze is offering a bespoke mail-order vitamin service that crafts a plan just for you based on the results of an at-home blood test.
The social network has a plan to merge the worlds of artificial intelligence and real-world machines, so that both may grow more powerful.
The leisure class got tired of looking like jackasses in garish watches—they decided to spare no expense to seem like striving bourgeois warriors.
Spurred by regulations that will allow over-the-counter sales, hearing-aid companies are pushing the limits of what their products can be.
Welcome to the World Slime Convention, where fans and purveyors of the internet's gloppiest trend gather to network and talk shop—many with their parents in tow.
Our lives are increasingly entangled with our devices; great sound design could make that a more perfect union.
Think of every city as a platform—each new platform opens up the possibility to explore new ideas. It's time to give other platforms a chance to change the world.
For our kids, the digital world is as much their native environment as the physical world. It's up to parents to help them thrive in this often mystifying existence.
Unless you're Kickstarting a promise to stop bugging me—or the end of capitalism—I'm not interested in your relentless notifications.
NASA's Swamp Works may be humans' best hope for figuring out how to live and work on other planets.
With just $60 worth of hardware and 10 lines of code, you and your child can build a simple wheeled droid that can drive around the house.
Wireless technology is helping audio gear explore new horizons in form and functionality.
Errant sound waves can keep speakers from delivering their best performance. Q Acoustics neutralizes sonic invaders in three ways.
High school is hard; the internet is messing with our self-esteem. Then my friends insisted I download Chess Time.
About a week after the *L* dance was decoded, and 72 hours after the carpool surveillance, my wife and I convened the Fortnite security council again.
It's superfine. It's sharp. It sticks to everything. Before we return to the moon, we'll have to conquer one of the weirdest substances in the solar system.
There's a puzzling lack of planets slightly bigger than Earth, which is making astronomers rethink how planets form in the first place.
Bluetooth and Bluetooth Low Energy are incredibly convenient—but increasingly at the center of a lot of security lapses.
The series premiere, "Winter Is Coming," may provide some hints of what's to come in the series finale.