Shares of most big tech companies have fallen sharply in recent months, reflecting their maturation and new challenges.
With more than 60 satellites jammed in for the ride, a Falcon 9 rocket will get used a third time, fulfilling one of Elon Musk's standing promises.
Scam centers, exposed massage company data, and more of the week's top security news.
The InSight lander takes a long trip, the Martian south pole looks like metal, and Abel 1033 looks like the starship *Enterprise.*
The Satanic Temple took issue with the Netflix series.
Treat your own cat—or your cat-loving friend—with one of these presents from Chewy, Modkat, and more. Then maybe take a nap?
Treat your pup with one of these fetching presents, from treat dispensers to ball launchers.
At TEDWomen 2018, sustainability office Kate Brandt urges others to embrace the "circular economy."
Cyber Week is ending, but there are still some killer holiday deals this weekend.
An anonymous hacker has claimed credit for the prank, which is part of an ongoing YouTube subscriber feud.
The automaker's president is leaving his role in Detroit to head up Cruise, while founder and current CEO Kyle Vogt will become CTO.
Two bitter tech rivals get along for a change, making your streaming life a lot less complicated.
As social media companies and payment processors crack down on offensive speech, people and groups are using the tools to harass their enemies.
Andrew Mason, the founder of Groupon who was fired as CEO in 2013 and has since gone on to launch new startups, proves he’s still a one-of-a-kind entrepreneur.
The special counsel's end game is in sight. Plus: The pricey war over your Instagram feed, and the best online shopping deals.
Even Crispr babies have a global supply chain.
Up to 500 people's personal information has been stolen in a Marriott hack that lasted four years, one of the biggest breaches yet.
If one law firm has its way, publisher Bethesda may need to pay for its alleged practices.
Photographer Randal Ford spent two years taking studio photographs for 'The Animal Kingdom'.
We did the math on a famous thought experiment by Isaac Newton involving a very tall mountain, a wicked fast cannonball, and good old gravity.
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