It was a serious week in tech.
Facebook, which suffered itsin history, and is reportedly facing a . Facebook and YouTube were both criticized for . And Boeing's around the world following a second deadly crash.
Apart from that, a jury ruledfor patent infringement.
There was some lighter news too, though. Here are some stories we're extra proud of this week.
Peex is trying to make concerts sound better for attendees with a wireless wearable device that enhances the sound experience.
To revive Appalachia, one Kentucky coal company is transforming two old mining sites into a massive solar farm.
The 737 Max 8 has had two deadly crashes in five months. Now President Trump has weighed in, and the plane is grounded.
And here's the big clue: Along with Amazon and EA, Comcast is interested in a Korean gaming company.
Is the ceramic worth the extra $250? To find out, we put a ceramic S10 Plus and a glass S10 Plus through our extreme drop test.
The million images were shared under the liberal licenses Flickr photographers chose, but those shutterbugs probably didn't picture this.
It's the best show on Netflix you're not watching. (Unless you are -- in which case, congratulations!)
Supermarket chickens and cheetah colors help visual-effects supervisor Sven Martin and team animate Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion.
From chattering nuns to missing unicorns, SXSW brought on the odd.