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The universe’s origin story lies in fast-moving and faraway objects.
The PlayStation Classic, Samsung QLED TVs, Apple deals, and Amazon Devices are worth a look this week.
Want your kids to actually get excited about astronomy? Leave the star-searching to the smartphone-connected Vaonis Stellina Smart Telescope.
North Carolina is being slammed by a succession of disasters triggered by Hurricane Florence. The latest scare is from coal plants, where pools of ash are at risk of spilling into already toxic waters.
Fewer Americans are biking to work, new data shows, but the bigger question is why some cities are seeing so much more progress than others.
The hashtag unleashed a torrent of stories that are different yet feel the same. And that's exactly the point.
Apart from a few hiccups and questions about Autopilot, Elon Musk's automaker knows how to make very safe cars.
Light-years, parsecs and more: these are the units for describing distances between planets and other astronomical objects.
Forsaken is a shot of energy to a game that has been limping since it released. And I'm just not that into it.
Tiny PlayStations ahoy! Let's catch up on the week's gaming news.
The company is developing autonomous street car tech, where vehicles on tracks make the challenge simpler, but still worth solving.
Congrats on your new phone! Time to cash in on your old one.
The Delta II rocket was a workhorse, with 153 successful launches and a bevy of wild scientific missions to its credit.
Syncing clocks online is vital to web security.
Revry is like Netflix for LGBTQ shows, music, and podcasts—and it wants to make them available everywhere.
Interactive museum exhibits like this are becoming more common as AR becomes cheaper, lighter, and easier to create.
The transmission electron microscope has a new bag of tricks, revealing the properties of materials at a much higher resolution than ever before.
Today, Amazon announced more Alexa-powered products than you'll ever need—with the hopes you'll get at least one.
A heap of new Alexa devices—a microwave! a wall clock!—show Amazon's strategy to put its voice assistant in everything.