The far-right platform still hasn’t found a US-based home. Where it lands could have serious consequences for its users’ privacy.
The Microsoft co-founder urges mask-wearing, sees the nation getting closer to a more normal life.
Few people could witness Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get sworn in in person. Instead, we watched (and tried to make sense of it all) online.
It's cold on Mars, and it's cold in Iowa.
Senator Sanders is dressed for comfort and doesn't care who knows it.
Porsche's entry-level Taycan has an $81,250 starting price.
Affix the UTS-1 Wireless Charger to the underside of your tabletop for up to 9 watts of fast wireless charging.
The new commander-in-chief has a highly unusual middle name that some became aware of for the first time on Inauguration Day.
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The tech giant says it's "prepared to move quickly" to help administer vaccines.
VW will pull its longstanding hatchback from the US market for good, giving us a final answer to a question posed two years ago.
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Just wait until Congress discovers the existence of Polaroids.
We already saw the new Subaru BRZ, so its Toyota twin likely isn't far behind.
The lyrics from Gene Scheer's contemplative song anchored an address focused on unifying a divided country.
On CNET's I'm So Obsessed podcast, the wonderful actor, artist and activist opens up about both shows. He also explains why he thought it was a good idea to raise chickens during a pandemic.
A Korean report placed Kia as the brand that will lead Apple Car work amid rumors Hyundai Motor is close to finalizing a partnership with the tech giant.
Faces of the Riot used open source software to detect, extract, and deduplicate every face from the 827 videos taken from the insurrection on January 6.
The new president, and Vice President Kamala Harris, have taken over the official Twitter accounts.
US Digital Services could be looking for applicants.