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If "pika pika" doesn't elicit an ASMR response, what will?
One of the darlings of CES 2020, the company's cleverly designed compact desktop is almost ready to go.
The new data it offers provides measurements that are "orders of magnitude" more exact than prior information, scientists say.
There'll definitely be a lot of dragons.
It gets a new fascia and suspension and steering systems too.
The company tested the service in Nashville, Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama, earlier this year.
Confused about which Instant Pot model is right for your kitchen? Here's our guide to what makes each model distinct.
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"These are sad circumstances."
VP Blake Chandlee says at the Web Summit conference that TikTok is fighting for its community, for creativity and for self-expression.
The former NSA contractor said in a tweet that a pardon would save Assange's life.
The president-elect also tells CNN he'll ask Americans to wear masks for the first 100 days of his administration to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The publisher will keep cranking out print copies of its back catalog.
Satan and the hellish 2020 look so happy together as they snap selfies in front of a dumpster fire.
The Lego Technic set features articulating suspension, folding seats and a winch.
That's 1,000 mAh per dollar. But it's also crazy-super-thin and comes with every kind of USB port.
The Department of Justice files a lawsuit against Facebook, alleging hiring discrimination against US workers.
At the Web Summit conference, the Facebook policy chief calls on the president-elect to find common ground between the US, Europe and India.
The chipmaker argues that its Horse Ridge 2 processor will make quantum computers practical and help the company leapfrog competitors.
Each new movie will be available on Max at no added cost for one month. Then they'll only be available in cinemas and move on to other home viewing like they normally would.