Even places hit by the polar vortex had exceptionally toasty stretches last month, along with record-high temperatures worldwide.
President Donald Trump will deliver his second State of the Union address Tuesday night. Here's how to watch.
The shared, electric scooter and bike-based industry has earned its own conference—even as the hype starts to cool.
Designer Julius Tarng has created a web tool for unfollowing Twitter users that employs Marie Kondo's "KonMari" decision-making method.
The next great idea in tech is not going to emerge from the Cupertino spaceship—the company is too good at its current job to be disruptive.
To handle its massive amount of data, Facebook built new hardware and software tools, and shared them through open source.
So will the new 'Captain Marvel' footage and this news about Goop. (Maybe.)
Superman is more than welcome to use his superpowers to pick up a building. But we really need to talk about his technique.
Two new assistive apps coming to Android provide audio boosting and near-real-time text-to-speech translation to the deaf and hard of hearing.
Probably because the next 'Star Wars' movie is still 10 months away ... but we've gleaned a few morsels.
Warby Parker’s new AR app for trying on its eyewear is another example of how companies are exploiting face-mapping tech to help you buy their stuff.
The United Nations predicts that the global population will soon explode. In *Empty Planet*, John Ibbitson and Darrell Bricker argue they're dead wrong.
The social network is growing fastest in Asia, is insanely profitable, makes most of its money from mobile ads, and has rewarded investors richly.
A likely shoo-in to be the next attorney general, William Barr spent much of his career helping phone companies reassemble the old Bell System monopoly.
A lot has changed since Mark Zuckerberg launched TheFacebook in 2004. Here are some of the milestones that mattered most.
While some brands have opted out of football's biggest night, plenty of others were willing to pony up for 30 seconds of persuasion.
TVs are on sale because of the Super Bowl, and we've rounded up our favorite discounted sets, soundbars, and devices.
Plus: Lyft tries to stop a driver minimum wage law and carbon fiber production is going to be problematic for flying taxis.
The president's son might not fully understand the show's name or acronym.
Great gray owls! Great horned owls! There are many great—nay, superb—owl livestreams to enjoy on Sunday ... or whenever you'd like to see some head turners.
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