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Director Daniel Espinosa and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick say they strove for scientific realism so the thriller's life-form would be all the more terrifying.
Earn a wireless mouse just by playing Overwatch, Dota 2, League of Legends or CS:Go while logged into Razer's network.
Who's laughing now? The comedian's son is an assistant basketball coach whose team is headed to the Elite Eight.
This is why they call it March Madness: those last painful minutes waiting for the shot that just never comes.
The Prime Exclusive Phones program gets two more devices: The Moto G5 Plus and the Alcatel A30.
The German e-commerce company brings Chinese online shopping platform Taobao to Singapore -- with content translated using Alibaba.
Keep on trucking, America. The president's love for trucks inspires a wheely awesome Twitter trend.
Commentary: Royal Jordanian Airlines takes to Twitter to offer an amusing list of things to do if you don't have your laptop or tablet.
A new series of leaked documents appears to show tools from as far back as 2009 that could infect Apple products. They required physical access.
The social network says it is conducting a survey to gauge interest in an enhanced version of TweetDeck.
Commentary: In Spain, a 15-year-old is so upset at the loss of his device that he takes his mom to court for "mistreatment."
It's TV season and the team talks big panels, small changes and what to look for when you're buying a new screen.
If the internet died and some of the biggest online services had to turn into brick-and-mortar stores, it would take an awful lot of bricks and mortar to make that happen.
Lawmakers invoke the Congressional Review Act to kill controversial privacy rules adopted by the previous Federal Communications Commission.
The bonus content for Star Wars spin-off "Rogue One" hints at the film it could have been -- but not the way fans might expect.
A new report from Atlassian shows a gap between the perception and reality of diversity in tech.
A network configuration error left thousands of AT&T customers around the country without access to emergency 911 service for five hours, the FCC said.
The breakthrough, which relates to how our cells repair damaged DNA, could lead to an antiaging pill. After successful treatments in mice, humans are next.
A cybersecurity company found that 71 percent of Android users on major US carriers are easy targets for hackers.
Emoji 5.0 has 69 new candidates coming in a few months. We ranked which ones we thought were the best.