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Google has discounted its new Pixel phones this weekend, along with Nest speakers and other Google smart home devices.
Vizio has finally broken the $1,000 mark with its gorgeous new 55 incher. This is the best Black Friday TV markdown around.
We need to stay indoors and not travel for the rest of the year. Why not stockpile on Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox titles?
Vaccines can prevent symptoms, but some can also keep people from spreading infection. That’s critical, and no one knows if the new vaccines do it.
HBO is turning the wildly popular game into a series.
The administration’s nomination of Antony Blinken is a good start. But mending the damage of the past four years will require a complete reorientation.
There's been even more good news this week, this time from the Oxford-AstraZeneca trials. But a closer look reveals some very shaky science.
Apple's laptops are expensive, and you'll have to make some hard choices to pick the right one. Let us help.
This year, everyone is stuck inside even more than before. Here's what you need to watch to pass the time—and get in the spirit.
Think you’ve got an interesting microbiome? Your body ain’t got nothing on what’s accumulated on Leonardo’s drawings over 500 years.
A new wave of startups is trying to optimize meetings, from automated scheduling tools to facial recognition that measures who’s paying attention.
The PlayStation 5 reboot, like Shadow of the Colossus before it, loses the visual language of the original, undoing its magic.
In a year of chaos, a series of internet tropes has sought to offer escape from the turmoil.
If you're having trouble figuring out whether to get the 2-in-1 Windows tablet hybrid or a traditional laptop, we're here to help.
Across the internet, pairs of best friends are parlaying their friendships into creative—and lucrative—business partnerships.
We found discounts on Samsung Galaxy phones, Google Pixels, Apple Watches, iPads, and some great accessories.
A holiday guide to navigating the deep swamp of polluted information.
Have a bunch of Amazon Echo speakers (or Google or Apple devices) around your house? Here's how to organize and control them all easily.
Organizations say they struggle with the social media giant's registration system and inability to reach a live person.
How do humans perceive color? An NIH experiment finds a way to measure what happens after light hits the eye—using brain scans.