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Virtual reality is more accessible than ever and these headsets can take you there, whether you want a standalone, room-scale, or PC-based experience.
Altering Earth’s geophysical environment is a moon shot—and it will be the only way to reverse the damage done. It’s time to take it more seriously.
Renormalization, a technique that helps bridge the big and the small, has become perhaps the single most important advance in theoretical physics in 50 years.
The latest update for your iPhone and iPad will make them safer than ever.
Shaving can cause razor burn and ingrown hairs. These alternative options might be better for your skin—and sanity.
Chinese consumers tap the fintech app to pay bills, order in restaurants, and book appointments. Now it’s preparing for an IPO that could value it at $200 billion.
An NYU team thinks it's finally unlocked the secret to how these mysterious landforms get their interesting shape.
Indictments against Iranian hackers, a Veterans Affairs data breach, and more of the week's top security news.
The former chair of the Federal Election Commission argues that the integrity of the 2020 election is largely in the hands of Facebook and Twitter.
Help your back and posture by raising your computer screen up to eye level.
Thousands of migrating birds have died, perhaps starved by drier conditions related to climate change or by having to fly inland to avoid wildfire smoke.
The outage resulted in a significant delay in treatment. German authorities are investigating the perpetrators on suspicion of negligent manslaughter.
Conspiracies like Pizzagate are all over the social media platform. Here’s why they’ve found an audience there.
Not into Safari or Apple Mail? With the next update, you can (finally) customize your preferences. Here’s what to know before you get started.
Scientists want public confidence. The White House wants an October Surprise. The FDA wants to avoid looking political. Big Pharma wants a win. You’re in the middle.
The new 8th-generation iPad is already slightly discounted, alongside headphones, laptops, and PS4 titles like 'Ghosts of Tsushima'.
The larger issues around China’s technological rise aren’t going away.
Anyone who's seen David Lynch's 1984 film knows Frank Herbert's book doesn't translate easily to the screen.
A principled, hands-off approach to the internet was easier to defend in the 1990s. Today it makes no sense.
If you’re a Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T subscriber, these networks may save you a lot of money each month.