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Officials in many cities feel they couldn't rein in Uber and Lyft. Now, they're being stricter with other innovative forms of transportation.
Which major platform has a news feed, disappearing posts, private messaging, and a live broadcasting feature? That would be … all of them.
Millions of EVs will soon hit the road, but the world isn’t ready for their old batteries. A crop of startups wants to crack this billion-dollar problem.
“Everyone onboard the scavenging habitat knew there was no correlation between the unreality and what lay underneath.”
You can get a discount on some great electric bikes right now—plus accessories!
The pandemic has proven the need for new technologies that can radically change online learning models. But investors are more interested in existing platforms.
An exercise in pure mathematics has led to a wide-ranging theory that unites Plato with geophysics.
Mirrorless cameras, smartphone lenses, SD cards—it might be time to update your photo kit with these discounts.
As the Signal protocol becomes the industry standard, it's worth understanding what sets it apart from other forms of end-to-end encrypted messaging.
Months of quarantining and social distancing have meant shortages of essentials. If you need a mask or air purifier, we found discounts for you.
Go ahead, give them the keys to your heart—but anything more could make a cybersecurity mess.
Conserve water, save our national parks, and offset carbon emissions a bit with these sustainable picks.
Canada’s most endangered mammal is back from the brink of extinction—and offers hope as an “ambassador” for the conservation of less adorable species.
For Small Business Saturday—or any day—remember to shop local! Here are some stores we think you'll like too.
Physicist Janna Levin is hoping to improve the reputation of the strange phenomena with her new book The Black Hole Survival Guide.
Every TV deserves a soundbar to call its own, and these are our favorites.
Streaming services are giving LGBTQ fans a tidy package of content this holiday season.
It is very useful for showing data that spans different orders of magnitude—like case numbers in South Korea compared to the numbers in the United States.
In a program that overcame three court challenges this year, planes with high-tech cameras circled the city up to 40 hours a week.
No, you don't need to drop a boatload of money just because it's the biggest shopping day of the year. These picks won't empty out your wallet.