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Fights over renewable standards and nuclear power can be vicious. Here's a list of views that climate hawks share.
The on demand economy gives fewer opportunities for people to interact with those outside their class—creating impermeable inequality
Groceries, toddlers, and tools all fit in the cargo box of the Riese & Müller Load.
Instead of digging into Belgium's Ypres Salient, archaeologists used lidar laser scanners to map the war zone and turn up some remarkable finds.
There haven't been as many hacks and attacks compared to this time last year, but that's where the good news ends.
Alia, which allows employers to pay voluntary contributions toward benefits for domestic workers, could be a model for others without insurance or paid time off.
We’re witnessing, it seems, the localization of the genre, if not its full-on domestication—and Tau embodies that domestication.
Opinion: Twitter and Facebook need to cut the excuses and consider the greater good when managing content on their platforms.
Well, Twitter loves memes in general, but this one really took off.
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act says platforms are not liable for the content they host. Legendary troll Ken ZZ03 was its first test.
Deals on the Xbox One X and Xbox One S consoles, along with some games and accessories you'll want.
From hacking protections to smarter two-factor authentication, Apple's iOS 12 will lock down your iPhone better than ever.
Traumatized by the news? Enter the peaceful world of train rides, city walks, and hikes on YouTube.
Astronomers have found stars dating from a long-ago collision between the Milky Way and another galaxy. The crash helps to explain why the Milky Way looks the way it does.
Of all the questions the show has left unanswered, this is one of the most nagging.
Plus: GM's self-driving cars get into a scrape, China considers rolling back incentives for going electric, and more.
Election meddling reports, an abundance of bugs, and more of this week's top security news.
The Robocar is headed to the Goodwood Festival of Speed to take on the event’s famed hill climb.
Rumor has it the tech giant wants to get into the videogame industry. But what could that look like?
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