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Also, this weekend's box office totals are bleak.
Let's enjoy the planet in all its glories.
The decoding at the core of Inkle Studios' latest is an elegant, simple system, one wrapped in a truly beautiful game.
MIT's Erik Brynjolfsson on why the Westworld dystopia is (hopefully) far off and why you should never use a telepresence robot to tell someone they’re dying.
You want shoes, eh? How about shoes made from recycled plastic?
If you instruct Google Assistant to “talk like a Legend,” it will speak in a simulacrum of the smooth sound of Grammy-winning crooner John Legend.
Ridership on the city's bus system is plummeting, so the transit agency is redesigning it—with the help of location data from about 5 million cell phones.
Where new headsets like the Oculus Quest and HTC Vive Focus Pro really shine is their ability to help us interact more freely with other people.
Recently, the business of getting paid to promote a company via your social media has spread pandemic-like.
The world's premier traffic-busting app has a plan for when traffic never ever gets better: get us all to share commutes, and become ... friends?
A nearly endless array of game options helped the cartridge-fed console dominate the living room for years.
The AI engine that powers this stunning TV can transform any HD or 4K content into impossibly detailed 8K nirvana.
A explosion of new technologies has companies flooding the auto industry en masse—again.
At a startup run by autonomous vehicle mastermind Sebastian Thrun, the dream of flying cars is starting to become reality. But expect flight delays.
The emergence of worker-owned apps could save the gig economy from itself.
Clip you phone into one of these controllers to play _Fortnite_ and more—with no latency and plenty of joysticking.
From a mouse that continuously charges to a luxuriously cushy headset, this desktop gaming equipment will help you unleash your full potential.
Welcome to Internet and Technology Addicts Anonymous.
Fully autonomous cars may never arrive. But we'll all benefit from self-driving tech while we wait.
Need to rent a car for the day? Take mine. But my bed? I'd rather sell a kidney.