Plus: Samsung's bendy phone, Apple's MacBook Air, and Microsoft's Surface Headphones.
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Auto supplier ZF's "external side airbag" would deploy moments before impact, in a bid to better protect the car’s passengers.
Tween sensation TikTok is not-quite-Snapchat and not-quite-Vine. But it’s betting on 15-second clips, while other platforms pivot to longer videos.
The photo-sharing platform now offers the ability to post photos and stories that are only visible to a tight circle of followers of your choosing.
Now the owner of the continent's largest bike-share company, Lyft's moving further into NYC's outer boroughs, in a move that Uber and Lime consider a snub.
At a cybercrime conference Thursday, Rod Rosenstein once again decried "going dark."
It’s an international he said, he said showdown where somehow every party looks bad.
Adult Swim network will be airing 13 episodes of a 2032-set 'Blade Runner' spinoff—just part of a broader cultural push toward anime.
Trump's former lawyer has testified that the Trump Organization pursued a real estate deal with Moscow deep into the 2016 presidential campaign.
Chuck Hoberman is looking to make "transformative designs" that borrow from the art of paper folding.
Brandon Moore, creator of the "What are those?" meme, died this week. But his cultural legacy endures.
In the new 'Aquaman' trailer, the superhero bounds from the water and lands on a submarine. It's a fantastical leap grounded in serious physics.
Opinion: The government needs to step up in calling out cyber-attackers. Otherwise, we risk playing into their hands.
The absolute best Android and iOS phones you can buy for under $550.
Fires spread with a complexity that scientists can pick apart little by little, thanks to lasers, sensors, and some of the most powerful computers.
From camping gear to picnic essentials, here's what to give the person who's always itching to get outside.
Instead of leveraging the star power (and the potential fallout) of online celebrities, companies are seeking those with small, dedicated followings.
The first big international effort to combat mercury pollution is zeroing in on small gold mines, which account for almost half of annual emissions.
Goodbye, Arctic. Hello, heat stroke and asthma attacks. New climate reports connect the dots between predictions and your life—today.
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