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I'm OK with movies fudging science a bit—except when the rules of "physics" change within their universe.
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At the Trump White House's first major engagement with leaders in AI, the administration mostly watched and learned.
Halo Online never officially came out outside of Russia, but thanks to a fan mod boasted a massive community for years. Now it's done.
With enough data from the Chatterbaby app, researchers could mine irregularities in cry patterns for signals about hunger, pain—and maybe one day, autism.
Autonomous vehicles could save lots of lives, someday. Right now, we need better street design.
Amazon Prime's price increase kicks in today—but it's still a bargain for most people.
If a platform can provide community, we’ll gladly give up privacy—as we have throughout human history.
The Hawaiian volcano continues to erupt. There’s not much anyone can do about it except watch.
Half of oncologists who recommended marijuana did so without feeling they had sufficient knowledge of the drug.
Sinemia may have an awkward name, but its movie subscription plans are priced for sustainable growth.
In the most extensive look yet at the IRA troll factory's Facebook efforts, familiar themes emerge.
Seemingly mundane images tell the story of our two-decade-long battle.
Photographer Demian Barrios used a drone to capture the stunning image of Kilauea's fissure.
Can the trendy, expensive countertop air fryer outperform a simple sheet pan in an oven?
Opinion: The proposed merger of two wireless giants will reduce competition and should be blocked.
In Caltech’s fancy new drone arena, the machines face terrifying atmospheric disturbances, all to help shape the future of flight.
Researchers have found that seemingly unnecessary drugs are saving lives in the developing world. Is that worth the threat of antibiotic resistance?
The luxury carmaker's new behemoth combines a massive engine and clever suspension to take the fancy folk absolutely anywhere they care to go.