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Here’s all the gear you need to handle any DIY job, from basic repairs to more ambitious home improvement projects.
This electric toothbrush nestles into a base station that also cleans and dries the brush head.
Mozilla has rewritten the app to rely on its own infrastructure rather than Google’s. But will its privacy and UI tweaks convince people to make the switch?
Lost funding, lab access, and publishing opportunities mean PhD students and postdocs are uniquely vulnerable. It doesn't bode well for the field's future.
The musician BERA is the son of the the country's former prime minister and richest man. When street protests arose in Tbilisi, I went to check on him.
The whole point of a smart speaker is to make your life easier. Here's how to take yours to the next level.
Bathrooms are getting smarter, smelling nicer, making you sweat, cooling you down, and, of course, still graciously accepting your waste.
The deadliest aspect of a hurricane is the storm surge. And Louisiana and Texas are about to get hit with a massive wall of water.
The state's apocalyptic blazes have burned 2,000 square miles in 10 days. Here's how they almost claimed a 130-year-old astronomical icon.
Instead of launching into a costly trade war with China, we need to fully embrace the fastest, safest, and most democratic way of advancing technology.
From the Move to the Beam, we've tested every speaker from the venerable brand. We like them all—but here are the best picks to fit your lifestyle.
It’s no exaggeration to say that emotional affairs of the male heart can influence technology and geopolitics.
The DarkSide operators are just the latest group to adopt a veneer of professionalism—while at the same time escalating the consequences of their attacks.
New research from the Japanese Tanpopo mission adds to scientists' understanding of how living organisms can endure the hostile environment.
It's already looking shaky and politicized on the subject of convalescent plasma. What will happen with vaccines?
It’s not that Korra is a bad protagonist. It’s that she isn’t Aang—and that’s fine to say.
A report from Hong Kong provides the first credible evidence that it’s possible to catch the virus twice. Some immunologists are breathing a sigh of relief.
Nomad’s Base Station Pro can charge multiple devices at once without needing to place them just so on the mat.
The newest update to this smart bicycle trainer improves—and futureproofs—the indoor riding experience.
The smart toothbrush perfects connected brushing tech—and costs a fraction of the price of its competitors.