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In 2017 Twitter pulled the plug on Vine, and left a community of extremely-short-form-video creators without a platform. Since then TikTok has flourished, but it's still not the same thing. Vine cofounder Dom Hofmann has been teasing a sequel since l...
The president has been pushing to create a new military branch, dubbed Space Force, since 2018 and today tweeted out a logo for the department. The most noticeable part of the logo is right in the center, where a design that closely resembles Star Tr...
This $1300 deal saves you $1000 on a screen big enough to see ripples in the pigskin from the comfort of your sofa.
The aircraft's design is intriguing: Folding wingtips will let the 777X fit at existing airport gates while still giving the wings the lift they need.
Activision Blizzard's next big esports bet, Call of Duty League, gets underway today. While the company worked with Twitch in the past on Overwatch League, that's not where you'll be able to watch its latest foray into top-level competitive gaming. Y...
Thousands of workers are contracted by YouTube and Google around the world for content moderation.
Get up to date on the acute issues tied to vaping.
Whether you have an iPhone or an Android phone, the new LucidPix app can now turn your cat and food photos into 3D masterpieces.
Uber has been available in every major North American city for a while, but not Vancouver, British Columbia -- the city has refused to bow to pressure and even used undercover agents to make sure companies weren't flouting the law. However, even tha...
I visited the Vancouver set to see how dark magic brought a '90s favorite back to life. And I had a devil of a time.
The GoTo line includes chargers, cases and screen protectors for tablets and phones.
Thousands of documents -- including passports, photo IDs and other sensitive information -- were stored without a password.
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Mojo Vision's smart contacts put text in my eye and let me see in the dark. The company is aiming for even more than that.
Remember the iPhone SE? Well, it's coming back… sort of.
This motion-sensing wide-angle camera guards your house, detects people and stores clips of suspicious events in the cloud. But where's the siren?
We put three top phone cases through our most extreme test yet.
Samsung's next flagship phone could be brawny, but miss these touches that take it over the top. Sometimes it's the little things that count.
It's vanity plates for a whole new generation.
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