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Commentary: No scenes of mayhem, just an appeal to camaraderie. And look at the different characters for different countries.
Great software, a spectacular camera and a design that's solid but not special -- and no headphone jack. Plus, Google Photos can now recognize your pets!
Twitter emails its Trust and Safety Council about how the company will tackle abusive behavior after a protest prompted the CEO to promise change.
There are some confusing plot points (like that timeline), but who needs clarity? Let's dive into show theories and ask some canon questions.
In the "first ever giant robot battle," mammoth machines from MegaBots and Suidobashi Heavy Industry fight for the world title using attack drones and more.
The newly revised show sings and dances its way through the more absurd corners of Silicon Valley, where everything is self-driving, even data sets.
Amuse a lazy orange tabby cat by using YouTube live-chat commands to dangle a fuzzy toy and serve up treats.
Chairman Ajit Pai invokes the First Amendment when discussing licensing for broadcasters.
Director Ron Howard tweets out a short video revealing the film's title, with a little help from the furry arms of Han Solo's co-pilot.
Four zombie aficionados will receive a selection of signed Norman Reedus and "The Walking Dead" swag. This giveaway will end Oct. 31, 2017.
Season 1 of "Stranger Things" was all about '80s fan service, but this time around we want it to go even further. Bring on Alf!
The biggest stories in tech include a flaw in a Wi-Fi security protocol that makes countless devices vulnerable and Nintendo reportedly looking to expand what kind of games you can play on the Switch.