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Elon Musk introduced the Japanese billionaire as the mystery passenger who booked a trip to the moon aboard SpaceX's BFR rocket, along with a half-dozen artists he plans to invite.
Starting at $74,500 and offering 248(ish) miles of range, the E-tron is here to do battle with Tesla and every other automaker crowding into the luxury electric market.
A new working group of Republican and Democratic firms is writing rules for their industry amid mounting scrutiny and consumer privacy concerns.
Linus Torvalds says he will take a break to learn more about "how to understand people’s emotions and respond appropriately."
What do all of these special-sounding moon terms really mean?
Here's how to watch live as CEO Elon Musk reveals the first customer it will take to the moon aboard its BFR rocket, among other details.
Margot Robbie's in *I, Tonya* was spot-on, though.
Energy storage is hard at scale. What would we do if batteries can’t support the clean energy of the future?
Starting Monday, Facebook will pay at least $600 to researchers who spot third-party apps behaving badly on its platform.
The algorithm can distinguish between different kinds of lung cancer, and could speed up a patient's diagnosis by weeks.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia is introducing an unlimited plan of its own, but it'll cost you.
Swiss photographer Matthieu Gafsou traveled the world documenting the transhumanist subculture.
Amidst all the gross-out humor is a show that demonstrates real insight into the way tech shapes our social lives.
A compact cargo e-bike broadens the definition of what a cargo bike can be.
Want to feel better about climate change? Last week’s climate summit showed that the most ambitious action isn’t happening on the national scale—it’s cities and states that are leading the way.
A growing number of colleges and universities are offering courses in blockchain technology or establishing blockchain research institutes.
Traffic analytics company Inrix looked at freight and safety data to consider where robo-trucks could make the biggest impact.
Here's how to watch television's biggest night—even if you don't own a TV.
Plus: flying cars get hooked up, BMW and Mercedes show off new concepts, and Waze makes Chicago more navigable.
Some things should never be tweeted, really.