Brief bursts of energy over storms were first photographed from space less than 30 years ago. Now fans on the ground are starting to chase the phenomenon.
Many people at the event were unable to access Pokemon Go throughout the day due to network congestion, says John Hanke.
What if Rocket League and other modern games were made using 1998 technology? This YouTuber has the answer.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the president says Apple will bring jobs to the US.
Futuristic entertainment plunges you into the action of upcoming TV shows and movies. We tried lots of these mixed-reality experiences at Comic-Con.
USB 3.2-equipped laptops and external drives could reach speeds of 20 gigabits per second. You'll likely have to wait until 2019, though.
Tell your friends -- you know the ones.
NASA's Landsat 8 shows a massive Antarctic iceberg that calved this month is already splitting into pieces.
Commentary: A new Apple Music ad crosses over to the country side of life and features singer Brantley Gilbert.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds -- imagine The Hunger Games with guns -- is burning up the charts.
You'll have to pay extra for a bundle -- but it might be better than eBay.
Just shy of a dozen Android models from Samsung, LG, Motorola and Asus will work with Google's VR software, Sundar Pichai promises.
TV and movie producers are now able to learn more about how we watch television over the internet.
It's unlikely the sentence will be that long, but that's what happens when you're staring down 11 felony counts.
Motorola's high-end phone has two cameras, a shatter-resistant screen and snap-on parts. Here's how it compares to the other big guns.
Watch a happy cat help a player master a musical rhythm game -- and get a massage at the same time.
The Matt Groening fantasy comedy series "Disenchantment" will bring animated elves, ogres, harpies and walruses to Netflix.
The French writer and director explains how cutting-edge visual effects brought his jaw-dropping new space opera to life.
The onslaught starts with an electric Mini coupe and an electric X3 crossover.
“The Defenders” expands Marvel's ever-sprawling television and movie universe.
A Wisconsin company is the first in the US to offer implanted chips for opening doors and logging in to computers.
New administration, new opinions on how to regulate. It's as simple as that.
That's right, yet another tech giant is reportedly working on a home speaker. Because we don't have enough of those yet, clearly.
Also, the Musk-Zuck AI tussle, implantable RFID chips, and Snopes call for donations.
Watch as the Navy puts a high-tech railgun through its paces with a multi-shot salvos from the frightening weapon.
You'll have to ignore a bunch of warnings for the rollaway risk to be a concern, but it's a safety issue nevertheless.
That's a long time to wait for a long-range EV, but its battery pack could make it worth the wait.
The pioneering software paved the way for YouTube and countless games, but Adobe will kill Flash in 2020. Here's what it means for you.
Spoiler-free review: Despite a chaotic story, “Atomic Blonde” is an uber-cool package of synthpop, fight scenes and no substance in a world of style.
The X-Class probably isn't coming to the US, but if it did, here's how it would stack up.
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