And some people are mad they didn't get one.
In an echo of the US in 2016, accounts linked to Russia and right-wing conspiracy theorists are spreading misinformation on Twitter.
The House Judiciary Committee spent more time on partisan squabbles than urgent questions around Google's data and privacy practices.
With the spread of self-driving technology, gimmicks like the Whopper Detour will become much more pervasive—and a little bit creepy.
Hashem Shakeri documents the loss of the Hamoun Wetlands in Sistan and Baluchestan Province*.
The actor doesn't want to be the first one taken out for spoiling a secret too soon.
Google's CEO will testify before the House Judiciary Committee in a hearing focused on transparency and search practices.
The latest efforts to corral space debris employ a wide-ranging bag of tricks including orbital fishing gear, tiny thrusters, and "space feathers."
Want to get a rookie into off-roading? Let them ride Cake's $13,000, all-electric motorcycle.
Robot vacuums, smart thermostats, and more awesome gift ideas for that person in your life who can activate everything in their home with a sneeze.
Citizen collection of radiation information after Fukushima and of air quality information after California's wildfires should serve as a model.
The scientific community is at a loss over how, and whether, to publish the controversial gene-editing work of He Jiankui.
Siri Shortcuts might be the virtual assistant's most useful feature yet.
By ignoring his company's instructions, Musk risked making the public even more confused about how to safely use the semi-autonomous system.
Scientists have discovered a vast subterranean ecosystem of microbial life deep underground, stretching our sense of life's limits.
A month after Google had already decided to shut down Google+, a new bug made its problems much, much worse.
Plus: Aquaman just made a big splash in China, and Netflix is getting closer to an Oscar.
No matter your gaming system, these are the best wireless gaming headsets out there.
Is your tree robust to cold? Do its needles cling to their branches? Christmas tree scientists ask these questions so we don't have to.
A warp-speed history of our quest for cheap energy, from prehistoric hunters to climate change.
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