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The upcoming “Beyond” update will bring 10 additional levels plus new Pokémon and a seasons system.
The idea for solar thermal propulsion has been around for decades, but researchers tapped by NASA just conducted a first test.
Google's unlimited free storage is going away, but that doesn't mean you're stuck. Here are alternatives for fast, flexible photo storage on all of your devices.
The company wants to shut down an academic study of political ad targeting, just as it prepares to reinstate targeted political ads.
This week, we talk about ebikes' recent upgrades, and we offer tips for those curious about riding one.
If we could watch what’s really going on in hospitals, there would be no more complacency.
Until Monday, the governor urged Iowans to “do the right thing” but kept businesses open and masks optional. Now cases are surging and hospitals are filling up.
Boosted by advances in sensors and artificial intelligence, a new generation of machines is automating a tech-averse industry.
“Having no consciousness at all, surrendering to the dark nothingness of death, was better than existing with a partial one.”
Carrier lock-in was recently prohibited in the UK. If it finally happens here next year too, consumer advocates say the move would give users more flexibility and choice.
It'll be a while before US theaters are back to full capacity. Offering the 'Wonder Woman' sequel on its streaming service is Warner Bros.' best option.
As president-elect Biden's inauguration approaches, experts are keeping an eye on extremist groups.
The vulnerability was found through the company's bug bounty program, now in its tenth year.
Pfizer's new vaccine has to be stored at extremely low temperatures. Here's how things work when it gets that cold.
Don't get buried beneath all the new, original shows you want to enjoy. Here are some tips and tricks.
The App Store Small Business Program aims to improve the company’s public image and its standing in antitrust battles.
If they collide, it could cause big problems for breeding penguins and seals by cutting off their access to the open sea.
This Bosch-powered electric bike doesn't look as elegant as its competitors, but it's more affordable and reliable.
Developer Ubisoft points the finger at the underlying causes in the game, but stops short of naming and shaming. Because it'd have to shame itself, too.
“There's a lot larger percentage in the Republican Party who believe there's a deep state coup or cabal than people might think.”