Who is Scott Pruitt, the new EPA head?
And why is he leading the agency he sued 14 times?
I didn't expect it, but I'm glad it happened.
The company's first in-house processor may be key to its survival in the long run.
Valve is fighting back, but it's going to take a while to stem the tide.
Fire changes your look based on chemical reactions to temperature.
New Zealand would just be the peak of a much larger underwater land mass.
Isn't competition grand?
But you might have to wait until 2018 to see what black holes actually look like.
The RealFace deal could hint at hands-free authentication for your iPhone.
A robot sidekick you don't have to join the Resistance for.
It would help humans find new work when automation takes over.
The Shark Navigator Lift-Away NV352 is by far the most effective, reliable vacuum in its price range.
Saying it doesn't make it true.
It's first time Launch Complex 39A has been used since 2011.
The second in a two-part series.
She's fashion forward, can check the weather and even do a little dance.
The test run was promising, but shows the tech isn't completely ready.
It's an odd move for the high-profile, tech-driven protest art.
It was part of the show at All-Star Weekend in New Orleans.
It also spews real smoke for an extra whiff of authenticity.
It could accelerate the timeline of sending humans back to the moon and to Mars.
The executive order will address issues raised in the lawsuit currently halting his Jan. 27th ban.
At least one retailer accidentally shipped Nintendo's next console two Weeks early.
The watch is a solid, if flawed, vehicle for Android Wear 2.0.
An otherwise promising laptop is hampered by a jumpy trackpad, loud fan noise and an unreliable fingerprint reader.
Don’t expect any performance improvements -- it’s exactly the same as the original Shield.