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Which Amazon Fire Tablet is Best For You?
Should you buy an Amazon Fire tablet? And if so, which one is best? We've got the answers.
While You Were Offline: Steven Mnuchin Will Show You the Money
Not everyone was impressed with the US Treasury secretary's bills, bills, bills photo op.
Headphone Gift Guide, From Beats and Jabra to Sennheiser and Shinola
Whatever you’re able to spend, you can get some great headphones for the audiophile on your list.
Behind the Scenes of the Dubai Airshow Spending Spree (Photos)
A look inside the show where the world's aviation industry just spent $113.8 billion on new hardware.
A Crazy Supernova Looks Like a New Kind of Dying Star
Astronomers are mystified by a strange star explosion in a distant galaxy that might be a relic from an earlier cosmological era.
Meet a Professional Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master from New York City
Meet a Professional Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master from New York City
Drone Gift Guide: 9 Choices From DJI, GoPro, Yuneec, and Parrot
Drones from DJI, GoPro, and Parrot, plus some add-ons that every RC flyer would love.
The Pentagon Left Data Exposed in the Cloud
Face ID, WikiLeaks, and more of this week's top security news.
'Channel Zero' Is Smarter and More Subversive Than 'Stranger Things'
If you're not watching the Syfy horror show you're definitely missing out.
NASA's Next Generation JPSS Satellite Will Scan for Storms Like Never Before
Inside the squeaky-clean room where techs prepare weather instruments for launch.
Self-Driving Car Tech Can Help Another Form of Transport: Wheelchairs
Opinion: The technology exists and is even affordable. The primary obstacle is a lack of investment from the tech community.
Space Photos of the Week: Check Out the Stretch Marks on Mars
Just like your belly, Mars has scars left by the ebb and flow of magma from ancient volcanoes.
Tesla's New Truck, New Roadster, New Lawsuits, and More in the Future of Cars
Plus! Lyft heads to Canada, GM talks electric profits, and more.
Gadget Lab Podcast: Pixel Buds, AirPods, and the Future of Ear Computers
This week, the hosts marvel at the speed with which headphones are becoming stand-alone computers.
Data Shows Nike’s Vaporfly 4% Marathon Shoe Increases Running Economy
The study that gave the Vaporfly 4% its name just came out in a peer-reviewed journal.
'Justice League' Is a Beautiful Mess of a Franken-Movie
The superhero team-up might be chaos, but it's hard to look away.
The Best Laptop/Phone Black Friday 2017 Deals
Our favorite laptop, phone, and device deals on Black Friday 2017 weekend!
Everything Attorney General Jeff Sessions Has Forgotten Under Oath
Over the course of four recent congressional hearings, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has somehow forgotten dozens of people, places, and events. Here's all of them in one place.
The Humor and Beauty in Capturing Graffiti Cleanup
These before and after photos show Vincent Wittenberg and Wladimir Manshanden's unique appreciation for a utilitarian photo archive.
The Moon Express MX-1E Lander Is Heading for the Moon or Bust
Take a close look at the R2-D2-shaped lander that startup Moon Express wants to land on the moon.
Netflix's 'Mudbound': Harsh and Beautiful, It's the Streamer's Greatest Cinematic Triumph Yet
With Dee Rees' stunningly directed adaptation, the streaming platform's investment in prestige features will pay dividends come awards time.
'Justice League' Reading List: 5 Comics to Check Out Now
Not everything about the movie's heroes ended up on the big screen. Here's what to read to find out more.
These Stunning 3-D Models Are Helping Unravel the Mysteries of Coral
A new photographic technique from researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography is exposing coral like never before.
'Star Wars Battlefront II' Review: A Fun Game That Loses Itself Trying to Find You
While it comes close to being an authentic Star Wars experience, the structure of EA's newest title sabotages that goal.
Leslie Berlin Tackles Silicon Valley's Past in 'Troublemakers'
Stanford historian Leslie Berlin says Silicon Valley's tradition of rich perks started as a way to fend off labor unions.
Gift Guide: 12 Things for the Neat Freak
Get them one of these gifts that's entirely inoffensive to the eye, from organization tools to gorgeous receptacles.
What Climate-Conscious Cities Can Learn From Each Other
A new alliance has representatives from Pittsburgh, Essen, Beijing, and other metros swapping strategies for transforming from a factory town to a sustainable city.
The Movement to Protect Dreamers Is Still Divided on the Details
As a broad coalition forms to keep Dreamers in the US, groups across the political spectrum struggle to find common ground.
5 Essentials for The Perfect Cup of Coffee, From the Grinder to the Mug
Java fanatics know that absolute control is key to crafting the perfect cup of coffee.
What Does Tesla's Automated Truck Mean for Truckers?
Well, that kind of depends on what you mean by "trucker."
Everything We Know About Tesla's New Roadster
Elon Musk promises the quickest car ever made, and 600 miles of range.
Elon Musk Reveals Tesla's Electric Semitruck
The latest electric vehicle in Musk's plan to save the planet.
The Fallout Over the Al Franken Allegations Underscore That Seeing Is Believing
Franken apologized; Roy Moore didn't. Why? The power of the image.
The FCC's Latest Moves Could Worsen the Digital Divide
The Federal Communications Commission, under Chair Ajit Pai, proposed changes to the Lifeline program that subsidizes phone and internet service for low-income Americans.
Tesla Semitruck Reveal: Live Coverage
We're here live as Elon Musk unveils Tesla's newest electric vehicle.
Watch the Boston Dynamics Atlas Robot Do a Backflip. Yes, a Backflip
The Atlas humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics can now do backflips. That's one hell of a feat for a bipedal machine.
This Gene-Editing Tech Might Be Too Dangerous To Unleash
With gene drives, scientists are trying to supercharge evolution to eradicate malaria and save endangered species from extinction. But is this DARPA-funded tech safe enough to test in the wild? One of its creators isn't so sure.
The Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 Gaming Deals
Gamers, avoid the crowds. Here are some of the best deals on games, consoles, controllers, and more.
Can Soccer-Playing Robots Kick It? Yes They Can!
Watch SpaceX's Top Secret Zuma Mission Launch
The government launch is even more hush-hush than before: Reports simply say that Zuma is bound for low-Earth orbit.
OnePlus Heads Toward the All-Screen Phone Future With the New 5T
This phone cribs the same features from every other phone on the market—except it's half the price.
Stop the Chitchat. Bots Don’t Need to Sound Like Us
The makers of conversational bots like Alexa and Siri insert unnecessary conversational fillips. "OK, here's what I found..."
Phone-Chip Designer Tackles 'Industrial' Internet of Things
Arm Holdings, whose chip designs are in 95 percent of smartphones, diversifies into traffic sensors and factories under new owner Softbank.
'The Punisher' Is Releasing at the Worse Time Ever—Just Like Every Other Time
With mass shootings becoming a regular occurrence, there may never be a good time to release a show about a gun-toting vigilante.
The Littler Fire Engine That Could Make Cities Safer
San Francisco's Vision Zero truck can maneuver in tighter, slower pedestrian-friendly streets.
Facebook’s Russia Problem Proves Feds Are Missing the Point
Opinion: It's time for the government to establish a Federal Platform Commission and treat companies like Facebook as a state.
The FCC Says Local Media is Thriving. That's Not So Clear.
The Federal Communications Commission Thursday is expected to repeal a 1975 rule that bars TV stations from owning newspapers in the same city, opening the door to media consolidation.
Amazon Key Flaw Could Let Rogue Deliverymen Disable Your Camera
After hackers exposed a way to freeze the delivery service's security cameras, Amazon will push out a fix later this week.
Inside the Race to Build a Brain-Machine Interface—and Outpace Evolution
Bryan Johnson wants to build a "neuroprosthesis," or a brain-computer interface, to help humans “coevolve” with artificial intelligence.
METI's First Message Is a Music Lesson for Aliens
The transmission, Sónar Calling GJ273b, explains Earth's concept of music, from basic addition up.