The company’s music service, which was born in 2011 and shut down last week, shall live forever in our hearts.
TruMedic’s latest massager contains two sets of rotating balls that simulate the kneading motion of human hands.
Trump’s website gets hacked, a ransomware group calls it quits, and more of the week’s top security news.
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Nations are pledging to plant billions of trees. But a new study shows that we’ve underestimated the power of natural forest regrowth to fight climate change.
From the exceptional Sony WH-1000XM4 to the attractive Master & Dynamic MW65, there are discounts on cans for all your needs right now.
Any necessary travel this year takes an extra level of preparation. Here’s how to think it through.
Question 1 would amend the state’s right-to-repair law and expand access to car data. But big automakers are pushing back.
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.
It’s a resource allocation problem, a tough challenge in “queueing theory.” It’s also racism.
Suggesting other news sources only reinforces users’ political beliefs. Another study finds that quitting the social media giant leaves people less informed.
Tech companies need to be held responsible for enabling spread of the movement’s conspiracies.
In his short story “Hell Creek,” horror author Robert Cargill tackles one of the scariest ideas ever: an undead dino apocalypse.
The star’s tone-def social media posts became a meme this week—a reminder that the extravagant lives of entertainers aren’t so entertaining anymore.
Plus: 2016 election reactions, the president’s health care, and a wrestling match over Section 230.