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The Falcon Heavy has only flown once, but the Air Force is already buying in.
It's never a bad time to audit your app permissions. In fact, it's more important than ever.
Marvel releases a light-hearted crowd-pleaser just in the nick of time.
Makoto Igari pays tribute to the country's unique pyrotechnics.
One carnivore's advice: When a tofu dog snuggles up to your tube steak on the grill, don’t be a jerk about it.
Since 2015, photographer Niko Kallianiotis has chronicled the beauty and flaws of his adoptive state of Pennsylvania.
It's time to get familiar with Janet and Hope Van Dyne.
HTC reminds us why it's important to have actual buttons on your smartphone. Our full HTC U12 Plus review.
With his feature directorial debut, 'Sorry to Bother You,' Riley has stormed Hollywood in a second act no one expected.
And new tick-borne pathogens are emerging at a troubling clip.
The three-wheeler is all about having fun on the road—and once the robots free us from the drudgery of daily driving, that's all we'll have left.
PSA: Let's keep drones and fireworks *far* away from each other.
On Wednesday, Travis Air Force Base will host a light show by Intel's Shooting Star drones instead of traditional fireworks.
Humans are wild beasts, and they're not getting off the road anytime soon.
To keep malware at bay, the GEOINT App Store has created a screening process that no commercial platform could ever match.
As the push for more digital privacy grows, the question is whether the courts or lawmakers will step up to protect our rights—or if it will fall through the cracks.
For the past 40 years, the small Illinois town of Metropolis has hosted the Superman Celebration.
Let your film-lover flag fly.
The anxiety vests were inspired by research into humans with severe anxiety or autism, but the veterinary science isn't quite up to par.
A bold plan to redevelop Ford's Twin Cities Assembly Plant has become the focus of a fight over density, traffic, and the future of cities.