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Genetics expert Adam Rutherford reveals how he conceived the science of "Life" and "Ex Machina", and why alien life could be the most significant discovery in human history.
Apple starts selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in red as part of a program to help raise money for HIV and AIDS programs and research.
At the MARS 2017 conference, Amazon's drone delivery arm ships over some sunscreen.
The electric car company's solar roof efforts are beginning to take shape.
The few surviving Galaxy Note 7's could be killed off after this move.
A fresh look at the Martian landscape shows a collection of wormy-looking curved dark sand dunes.
Watch what happens when you ask a Google Home speaker about the CIA. Talk about defensive!
It's a quick video, but this is your first chance to see a near-production Model 3 in motion -- and a cheeky explanation of why it's called Model 3 in the first place.
The social network is also adding filters for sensitive photos and videos on feeds.
People like performance. People really like crossovers. We should have seen this coming.
Twitter had a successful run with the NFL last season. Now, other tech giants are hoping for an interception.
As March draws to a close, Netflix is getting rid of a lot of awesome, nerdy shows. Watch them while you still can!
It's the biggest arrangement Microsoft's reached with an automaker to date.
A new take on teenagers with attitude still holds some fun moments for adults with memories of the '90s show -- that's if you check your expectations at the door. Read our spoiler-free review.
If you're ever stuck without a network connection, Google Docs, Sheets and Slides will work even without Chrome, Google confirms.
Samsung hoped its new battery safety procedures would inspire the phone industry. Good luck with that.
Feeling peckish? DoorDash is using Starship robots to deliver food in Redwood City, California.
QR codes become the payment method for snagging your favorite drink.
I mean, you could, but you probably wouldn't want to.
These new billboards can reverse thousands of vehicles' worth of nitrogen dioxide emissions.