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These over-ear headphones and earbuds from Bose, Sony, and more will add some silence and serenity to your day.
Even if you don't have a heart condition, the Move ECG watch is a useful, affordable fitness tracker.
The right software and digital engineering can take military aircraft back to the future.
On this week’s podcast, we talk about Apple’s new AirPods, why they cost so much, and how they are impacting our culture.
If you apply the Novikov self-consistency principle to the franchise, it holds up—until it doesn't.
A strike team of specially trained researchers drive a highly sophisticated truck into the literal line of fire. Their mission: unravel the extreme complexities of wildfire.
The ride-hail companies are backing a ballot measure to overturn a California law intended to transform gig-economy workers from contractors to employees.
Facebook's flaws are apparent, but the CEO's reluctance to police speech shows he stills sees it as a place that connects people and makes the world a better place.
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As the House of Representatives voted to start an official impeachment inquiry, one photograph caught the excitement at its peak.
The trend should be over, bit it's still thriving. Why? Memes are mainstream pop culture now.
The synchronized brain waves of non-REM sleep may play a key role in preventing toxins from accumulating in a person's brain.
New techniques allow researchers to get definitive numbers on how the virus depletes its victims' antibodies and the memory cells that make them.
The Safe Return Emergency Autoland System lets passengers hit a big red button to bring the plane to safety if the pilot's incapacitated.
The Defense Innovation Board, with members from Google, Microsoft, and Facebook, praises the power of military AI but warns of unintended harms or conflict.
If you're having trouble figuring out whether to get a Microsoft laptop or 2-in-1 tablet, we're here to help.
The show wrapped up five months ago, but it’s still dominating the headlines. Here’s why.
In his new series, photographer Kevin Cooley creates crazy images using pyrotechnics.
The ramp-up to the holidays means we saw gobs of new products in October. Here are some of our favorites.
Braun’s new MultiServe coffee machine can brew batches of different volumes, from one cup to a full pot. And they all taste great. Bye-bye, K-Cups.