He's been a fan since the 'Victorious' days.
The world's most popular game is getting ready to change all over again.
More than a century after it started delivering telegrams by bike, UPS is going back to pedal power in its hometown.
For better or worse
Janet isn’t your typical televised artificial lifeform: Nobody hates her and she isn’t miserable, even as she moves towards independence.
Starting today, the Apple Watch series 3 and 4 gain the ability to take an ECG reading of your heart. Here's how to get the most accurate reading.
This week's climate talks in Katowice, Poland, are taking place in a region that is not at all prepared to quit its coal addiction.
From a poppable pacifier to a monitor that teaches a newborn to sleep, here are 15 gifts to make this amazing job just a little easier, whether you're shopping for the holidays, or a baby shower.
The BedJet under-the-covers climate-control heater system is more than just a bunch of hot air.
We live in a liminal age of cancer and precision medicine: Despite all the advances science has made, we still know very little and often can do less.
Big tech companies have a history of discrediting critics, forging alliances with adversaries, and deflecting scrutiny to competitors.
MetaCert has classified 10 billion URLs as either safe, a suspected source of phishes, or unknown.
MoviePass is once again changing up its plans—this time with an eye on survival.
With robo-cars on the road and a new Congress coming in, legislators are trying to finally finish up the AV Start Act.
On its 20th flight this year, SpaceX failed to set its booster down on a landing pad. But this rare mishap also showed how many things went well.
The blogging platform has a new policy forbidding "adult content"—but lots of innocuous posts are getting caught in the fray.
It's almost a decade old, but recent catalog expansions have made it a worthy investment—in a library card.
Newly public documents provide a rare window into CEO Mark Zuckerberg's thoughts on how to expand his social media juggernaut.
Southern Oman became home to a three-week simulation of grappling for a foothold on the Red Planet.
Large-scale corn production seems to be triggering more rain, increasing farmers' yields. But hey, it's climate change, so there's also—always—a dark side.
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