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The CEO of the commercial space company answers a handful of questions in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session Sunday, focusing on the company's audacious plan to colonize Mars.
A paper co-written by Apple's mobile software is accepted almost immediately by an international scientific conference. Break out your smartphones, would-be scientists.
No one knows who'll win the World Series, but the Cubbies might take the crown for the most celebrity fans.
Aaaaah! Yaaaargh! Eeeeek! Every scream imaginable makes an appearance in Shudder's never-ending "Stream of Screams."
It takes three people and some crafting skills to pull off this costume inspired by the opening credits for the hit Netflix series.
Oh nooooo! Negan killed (BLEEP)! and also (BLEEP)! Twitter is (BLEEPING) freaking out over the season 7 premiere!
Leave it to the hit Netflix show about a reluctant, complex female superhero with a tragic backstory to shake up the status quo behind the scenes.
Meet the most hipster of all snakes, a slithery Texas resident with markings that look like shades and a villainous mustache.
A massive Huntsman spider in Australia attempts to tackle a meal and becomes a viral video star in the process.
"Real trolls carry shovels!" Jones goes on "Weekend Update" to take away any power from hackers and trolls by revealing her most embarrassing moments first.
Own an iPhone? With just over a week before trick-or-treating, a little computer voice in your pocket is just bursting to offer up costume suggestions.
Transforming a presidential debate into a poetry slam is as easy as swapping out the audio track, sitting back and watching as the candidates kick out the jams.
Do you know which species are most likely to kill you? You will after watching this fright fest.
Today's big tech news includes SpaceX testing a massive fuel tank for Mars colonization, the strain on the Samsung Galaxy S8 due to the Note 7 battery crisis, and Panasonic's kitchen of the future.