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Physicists have found a new way to conceive of time as an emergent dimension, a kind of hologram springing from the universe’s spatial correlations.
Relive classics, play co-op with friends, and enjoy the mayhem of a battle royale with our favorite Xbox titles.
The operator of the Wayback Machine allows Wikipedia's users to check citations from books as well as the web.
More companies than ever are offering low-cost security services for election bureaus and campaigns. It’s still not clear how much they’ll actually help.
After months of warnings, the first successful attack using Microsoft's BlueKeep vulnerability has arrived—but isn't nearly as bad as it could have been.
The fifth planet from the Sun still looms large in our imagination—45 years after we first saw it up close.
In his new memoir, the one-time *Daily Show* correspondent explores his brushes with fame.
NSO Group exploits, *Counter-Strike* money laundering, and a Pentagon scam are among the week’s top security news.
They're not cheap, but these wireless workout earbuds really are amazing.
Whether you need a smartwatch or an air fryer, these are the best things worth buying this weekend.
The acquisition bringing new concerns—and new opportunities.
That is, if you have $200,000. With the Urus, Lamborghini joins the rush to luxury SUVs, while staying true to its sports-car heritage.
Though there hasn't been a deluge of large fines, EU regulators are slowly beginning to flex their enforcement muscles.
The movie, which was set in November 2019 got a lot right about Los Angeles and the future–even the things it got wrong.
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It also has a shot of Henry Cavill lounging in a bath that people are very, um, excited about.
The rodents that lived in an enriched environment did better at driver's ed than the rats brought up in standard cages. The implications are fascinating.
A Google-branded fitness tracker is only the beginning of the company's wider “ambient computing” vision.
The latest title in the franchise fails to interrogate the realities of combat.
The focus in November is on four murdered journalists, whose killers have not been held to account.