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Fire HD Tablets, Fire TVs, Kindles, Cloud Cams, Echo speakers, and more are as cheap as they'll get for Prime Day.
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Decades ago, Section 230 gave tech companies sweeping power to police content on their platforms. Now some lawmakers want that power back.
It has retreated, but the risk of what happens with a grounded iceberg is almost luck of the draw.
Already own an Echo Dot and an Instant Pot? We have a few fascinatingly strange Amazon Prime Deals for you.
Colorado's Mike Coffman signs a petition to force a vote on a measure to restore the Obama-era rules. Backers still need about 40 more members to sign on.
Pull your shattered life back together with our favorite home and outdoor deals this Prime Day.
Truthbrary.org is the website of Dr. Billy W. Ruddick, a character Cohen plays in Who Is America?, but the conspiracy theories it aggregates are taken from across the web.
Eleven of them behave a lot like Jupiter's other moons, but the twelfth one is weird (in a good way).
Some fantastic gear for gamers is on sale for Amazon Prime Day, including consoles, headsets, PCs, accessories, and games.
The comics industry, and its fans, are no longer the underdogs.
The automaker's ReachNow car-sharing service now lets users book rides with pro drivers, putting it in competition with and Uber Black and Lyft Lux.
Amazon's Prime Day is over, but rivals like Walmart are still holding huge sales on Fitbit, Beats headphones, video games, and more.
A good remix can provide a thrilling encounter with an already fantastic game—and that's what Sega's latest accomplishes with a new gameplay mode.
You may not have heard of Safe Browsing, but it's made the web more secure for over a decade. Here's its story, from the people who built it.
It took thousands of years for humans to breed a pea-sized fruit into a beautiful beefsteak tomato. Now, with gene editing, scientists can change everything.
A new facial recognition tool by RealNetworks aims to keep kids safe in school. But privacy experts fear the unchecked surveillance of kids could go awry.
Inrix's 'Road Rules' platform lets cities compile details about things like stop signs and school zones in a computer-friendly format that any self-driving developer can fold into its software.
FCC Chair Ajit Pai, long seen as supporting the deal, suggests sending it to a judge–often a graveyard for merger proposals.
Workers in Europe, upset by talk of cuts in pay and benefits, plan walkouts during one of the retailer's biggest promotions.
Senators Mark Warner and Marco Rubio both cast President Trump's appearance in Helsinki as a major setback in the fight against Russian interference in elections around the world.
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