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A back seat that transforms into a throne, front seats that swivel to face one another—Nissan's IMs concept shows what designers do when tech liberates them.
A surfeit of ugly knowledge is a feature of our age. But when information is everywhere, some things are better left buried.
Companies use recommendation engines to tell you what to buy, read, and watch. But those algorithms aren’t your friends.
Also, 'Game of Thrones' is back, y'all!
Genesis shows off an electric two-seater it may never build, Elon Musk takes a step toward a really big tunnel, and Uber gets another $1 billion investment.
A decades-long fire in Pennsylvania revealed some unexpected twists in how microbes survive in harsh environments.
Opinion: Researchers are studying how artificial intelligence could predict risks of premature death. But the health care industry needs to consider another risk: unconscious bias in AI.
Researchers have shown that even though Netflix encrypts its traffic, hackers can figure out your interactive movie choices.
From HBO Now to Hulu to good ol' fashioned cable, you've got no shortage of ways to get your Winterfell fix.
VR and cannabis might seem like natural complements, but to combine them strips both of their transformative power.
Plus a Martian crater, a nebula in transition, and a glorious cluster.
More horror films should have families like theirs in the future.
The Mueller report, Facebook goofs, and more of the week's top security news.
To escape from under that cumulus cloud of candy-colored chocolate, browse the best Easter tech deals on the Echo Dot, iPad, Garmin Fenix, and more.
Well, a tunnel that passes underneath it, to be more specific. But conservationists have reservations.
A slavery-themed ad for Ancestry.com exposes the awkward relationship between America's darkest history and the current boom in family-tree building.
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We talk with right-to-repair advocate Nathan Proctor. Also: Samsung’s Galaxy Fold woes, and a preview of the next Sony PlayStation.
Toyota, Japanese auto supplier Denso, and the Softbank Vision Fund are investing $1 billion in Uber's self-driving car unit.
Congressional Democrats have punted on the question of impeaching Donald Trump. The Mueller report makes that calculus much harder.