I trekked with nomads. Their attitude about possessions presages a new age of traveling light.
But Nat Segaloff's new biography captures the author's big personality and enormous talent.
The technological revolution has been slow to arrive in finance, but it is surely coming.
Another Flash zero-day, a Microsoft breach, and more of this week's top security news.
The Golden State yanks the van commuting service’s license after it fails three inspections.
For the first time in human history and modern science, researchers have detected ripples in spacetime produced by the violent impact of two dense neutron stars
_Paperclips_ is a simple clicker game that manages to turn you into an artificial intelligence run amok.
When the trek to work involves multiple modes of transit, this gear will ease your way.
Building on the devastating Mirai botnet that took major sites offline a year ago, Reaper has some scary new tricks.
A surge of voice-assisted speakers rushed the shores this month.
The writer-directors—and twin brothers—sit down to talk about the second season of their hit Netflix series.
We found deals on projecting alarm clocks, 4K TVs, laptops, and more!
Investors, banks, and governments are all experimenting with blockchain technology inspired by Bitcoin.
72 years ago, an ambulatory coil of galvanized steel slinked into the history books.
Videogames have always used death as a punishment. Indie title 'A Mortician's Tale' wants to change that.
Plus, Alphabet builds a real city on data, General Motors tests robocars in Manhattan, Volvo unveils a Tesla-fighting EV, and more.
I have no idea how Aquaman got into the middle of a fight in the sky. He's not supposed to be able to fly.
Schuberth's sleek C4 motorcycle helmet is designed to keep wind noise down, and has a chin shield that flips up.
This Chromebook's big aspirations are undermined by software bugs and weak hardware.
The new system taps augmented reality to give operators a complete sense of their surroundings.
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