Amazon's updated Echo Show smart display has a sharper screen and much better sound.
Swedish grocery chain Coop wants to gross people out to help reduce food waste.
The entrepreneur and Uber board member offers solutions for the mistakes of the 1990s dot-com boom that haunt us today.
Using 811 Lego pieces, build a porg with a moveable mouth and flapping wings. Scream not included.
The New York Times has sued the Federal Communications Commission over the agency's refusal to release records that the Times believes might shed light on Russian interference in the net neutrality repeal proceeding.
The Times made a Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) request in June 2017 for FCC server logs related to the system for accepting public comments on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's repeal of net neutrality rules. The FCC refused to provide the records, telling the Times that doing so would jeopardize the privacy of commenters and the effectiveness of the agency's IT security practices and that fulfilling the records request would be overly burdensome.
This led to a months-long process in which the Times repeatedly narrowed its public records request in order to overcome the FCC's various objections. But the FCC still refuses to release any of the records requested by the Times, so the newspaper sued the commission yesterday in US District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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Octopuses act more social when dosed with MDMA, a study finds.
Alexa-powered microwaves and wall clocks are just the tip of the Alexa iceberg.
Within seconds of setting up a profile on the mobile messaging app, Taylor (not their real name) was approached.
Battery has a weird shape, power is down but hey, it has a hidden Notch!
The screwdriver fiddlers at iFixit have inflicted their usual brand of affection upon Apple’s pricey new phones and found a battery of a most unusual shape.…
You'll have to shell out more than $43,000 to get that sweet 3.3-liter V6, though.
The iPhone X is gone. Which iPhone should you buy now? Let us help you decide.
Puppies given a startling amount of antibiotics have spurred a multi-state outbreak of diarrhea-causing bacterial infections that are extensively drug resistant, federal and state health officials report this week.
The finding, published in the September 21 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suggests that the dog industry is in serious need of training and obedience classes. The “widespread administration of multiple antibiotic classes” to puppies, including all of the classes commonly used to treat diarrhea infections in humans, is an alarming finding, the officials suggested. They called for fairly simple fixes including better hygiene and animal husbandry practices, as well as veterinary oversight of antibiotic use.
“Implementation of antibiotic stewardship principles and practices in the commercial dog industry is needed,” they concluded bluntly.
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Zoe Kleinman explores concerns that law enforcement agencies are collecting too much biometric data.
Defense Distributed founder Cody Wilson was arrested at a hotel in Taipei City's Wanhua District at around 6pm local time in Taipei today, according to reports in Taiwanese outlets The Liberty Times (Chinese, Google Translate) and United Daily News (Chinese, Google Translate).
Authorities had seen Wilson on hotel security monitors earlier in the day, around 3pm local time. They soon sent staff to wait outside the door, and Wilson eventually walked out three hours later. Liberty Times notes Wilson did not have any contraband on him at the time of the arrest, and he appeared calm when approached by authorities. Wilson was arrested for illegally entering Taiwan after the US cancelled his passport (Google Translate).
Taipei police reportedly handed Wilson over to the National Immigration Agency. Though Taiwan lacks an extradition agreement with the US, the NIA told media (Google Translate) they are quickly making arrangements to deport him back to the US. Details about how that will be coordinated were not reported.
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The first gay football game isn't about scoring goals. It's about caring for your teammates' bodies.
If you really want a 1.6-liter V6 in your life, this is the only way to get it, unless you buy an actual Formula 1 car.