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From 8-track to Laserdisc to CD+G to ISDN lines to YouTube, a bunch of different technologies have made karaoke possible. (Alcohol helps, too.)
Wherever Dev eats, 30-somethings follow.
The controversy had an impact on the 2016 presidential election.
The attorney takes on Bill Cosby, rape law, and Donald Trump.
Like so many things in Southern California, the palm tree was an import from somewhere else that over time became inextricably symbolic of its adopted home.
The miscreant is recovering from some minor injuries.
This is adorable and a really good way to lose your dog.
Suppressors capture and keep the gasses released within a gun barrel after firing. To see one fill with fire, smoke and (in some cases) break up into pieces is quite something to behold.
Routine tree removal is way more exciting when you can watch the thing tumble ever-so-slowly to the ground.
"Star Trek" has finally returned to the small screen with the new show "Discovery." Anybody looking to play catch-up with over fifty years of "Trek" should keep this guide close to their phaser and tricorder.
One hundred years ago, a retail giant that shipped millions of products by mail moved swiftly into the brick-and-mortar business, changing it forever. Is that happening again?
They are singularly ridiculous and delightful, at their extreme one of the silliest pant designs ever conceived. And there’s no reason to think they won’t be back again at some point.
With a cast led by Sonequa Martin-Green ("The Walking Dead"), a shift towards serialized storytelling and a big Peak TV budget, does this "Star Trek" live up to the best of the old shows? Here's what reviewers have to say about the first few episodes.
All the Trump news you need to read today.
It seems as if this woman has done this to herself on purpose, and all we can think to ask is, "Dear God, why?"
Consumers waiting for driverless vehicles to improve road safety might be overlooking the boring near-term advances that could make a real difference.
Transgender actress Alexandra Billings, alongside co-star Trace Lysette, talks about why she decided she wanted to bare all in the milestone scene from the Amazon series.
Here's a roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists (and subreddits) addressed in recent days.
And the machines are running the asylum.
The quarterback wanted kneeling in protest for the anthem to start a national talk about race and justice. Thanks to the president’s blast of rage, we have one.
For gay men, Chris Moukarbel's new documentary about Mother Monster triggers strong emotions and memories about growing up with Gaga.
The most interesting thing about "Mother!" is not what its creator thinks it's about as its attempt to fit into a particular tradition of cinematic provocation.
Architect Mat Cash transformed a facility meant to store 30,000 tons of wheat, maize, and sorghum into a celebration of contemporary art.
Able to eat around 25 pounds of weeds in a single shift, the goats are freeing Prospect Park of invasive species and clearing the way for park staff to plant more native trees.
When NASA's Langley Research Center built its newest, state-of-the-art research facility in Hampton, Virginia it was only right that they named it after Katherine Johnson, the NASA engineer and subject of the book and Oscar-nominated film "Hidden Figures."
"Godzilla vs the Smog Monster" shows Japan grappling with its runaway pollution problem in the 1970s. It also offered a way forward.
Move aside "American Gods" and "True Detective." There's a new set of amazing opening credits on the scene.
President Donald Trump ordered restrictions or suspensions on travel to the US from eight countries, replacing his ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations that had been limited by court challenges.
"I've gone further and further from what Jim Carrey is supposed to do and who he's supposed to be. I didn't get back."
As long as there have been children's, well, anything, there have been adults sneaking in things that should go over the heads of the target audience.
This year's leap feels particularly meaningful. A number of early reviews of the iPhone 8 obsess over the camera — TechCrunch, for example, chose to review the phone exclusively as a camera. And there's a decent argument to be made that the enhancements to the camera systems in the 8 Plus and the X are some of the biggest upgrades in the new line.
Just, uh, don't get him started on Rick Deckard. Especially if Harrison Ford is in the room.
Just 2.5 hours per week of any kind could help you live longer
Thanks to my parents transplanting me often from one ethnic mix to another, I've become something of a code-switching connoisseur.
This Jack Russell is all bark, and thankfully there's no bite here.
The story of Hurricane Harvey, as told by 28 Texans who helped their state through its darkest hour.
You know how sometimes you're just dancing for Snapchat with your friends in an elevator when that guy you watched on TV as a kid walks in?
Wanna see all the sights of DC in 30 seconds without any nasty IRL whiplash? Let's go!
More NFL players, owners and celebrities are taking part in the protest against racial injustice led by Colin Kaepernick after a series of inflammatory Trump tweets over the weekend.
Donned by everyone from Big Sean to Danny Brown, this is the story of how a very specific kind of luxury eyewear became a sign of power, success, and crime.
If we were born into the age of smartphones and tablets we're pretty sure we'd do the same thing.
He was just seven-and-a-half when he died some 49,000 years ago, an otherwise healthy Neanderthal boy whose cause of death remains a mystery.
They've been married for 25 years, and raised twins — but have never lived in the same house. Is this the secret to long-term happiness?
"If it weren't for this glass, you'd be in for a world of hurt, mister!"
quip makes insanely stylish brushes that have timed vibrating bristles guide your routine and a travel case that doubles as a wireless mirror mount. Plus, they automatically send fresh brush heads every 3 months. All for $25.
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Quip has elevated dental hygiene to something you actually enjoy — with timed vibrating bristles, travel-ready design and new brush heads delivered every 3 months.
With nearly 28,000 reviews, these are considered the softest, coolest sheets on Amazon. And for $25? Seriously, just go buy some.