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Star factories are resplendent in colorful gas, as are the clouds surrounding a black hole.
Hagerty's Redline Rebuilds series is a testament to the intricacies of the internal combustion engine in an age where simpler electrics are en route to dominance.
Great pre-Halloween weekend deals on smartphones, tech, and outdoor gear.
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In the wake of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, Silicon Valley is beginning to ask a simple but often neglected question: Where is our money coming from?
This year's version of the Fire HD 8 for kids includes Spanish content, audiobooks, and a 2-megapixel selfie camera for capturing your kid's nostrils.
Cesar Sayoc allegedly was active on Twitter under the name "Cesar Altieri," where he posted menacing tweets about Maxine Waters, Joe Biden, and others.
While we continue to lose ourselves in Rockstar Games' open-world behemoth, we've got some thoughts.
The delay could stretch into years, while a lawsuit challenging the FCC's order repealing net neutrality rules is resolved.
At a press conference Friday, officials detailed how they identified and found Cesar Sayoc, who has been arrested in connection with a series of mail bombs targeting prominent liberals and CNN.
Facebook took down another Iranian-based network of phony accounts Friday. This new campaign focused on American politics—and it was successful.
The AT&T/Time Warner merger has claimed another victim—a result that’s to be expected when we appoint technocrats as our cultural gatekeepers.
Jepsen says that her brain imaging technology could go mainstream before AR and VR do.
Are your kids too young for horror movies? Fire up these flicks instead.
Yes, that’s a good thing. A very good thing.
Photographer Tom Blachford listened to the soundtrack while shooting his series *Nihon Noir*.
Glow sticks and retroreflectors can help your kids be seen on Halloween night. Here's how they work.
Forgot about that party? Uncreative in general? Never fear, let the internet be your guide.
The 30-foot cube is at the center of the the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Battlespace Acoustics Branch's efforts to help soldiers, sailors, and air crews focus on what matters, when it matters.
To make realistic fake blood for Halloween, it helps to understand why actual blood looks and flows the way it does.