Samsung Galaxy S9's Mechanical Aperture is Refreshingly Old-School
The new Samsung S9 has a sick camera, and its mechanical aperture is part of the reason why.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Stubbornly Still Has a Headphone Jack
The iPhoneX competitor was publicly unveiled just ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Here Are the Best Moments From the Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony
Yes, the shirtless Tongan was there, and he was again shirtless.
Why Russia Hacked the Olympics and Tried to Blame North Korea
Russian hacking and trying to influence the Olympic Games is nothing new.
Video: Watch a Tornado Rip Through A School Gym
Viral video on Reddit shows the terrifying power of 'nature's most violent storms.'
'Annihilation' Box Office: Why a Modest Opening Was Totally Expected
The fever dream of a film was never meant for everyone. Its box office results showed.
Happy 162nd: A Very Brief History Of U.S. Dollar Bill(s)
The American "greenback', the predecessor to the modern U.S. dollar, was created during the Civil War and is still going strong.
ARKit Brings Girl From 'The Ring' To Terrify You IRL
If you thought this classic horror film couldn't get any scarier, think again.
Mobile World Congress 2018: What to Expect At Biggest Mobile Phone Conference of Year
Product launches, keynotes, and sunshine: the mobile tech industry descends on Barcelona.
Colleges to HS Students Fighting for Gun Reform: Keep Calm and Protest On
"Participation in peaceful protests will not affect your admission decision in any way.'
Video: Mount Sinabung's Eruption Sends Ash 55,000 Feet Into Sky
Indonesia's Mount Sinabang blew its top. Literally.
#BoycottNRA: Could Brand Backlash Be the Gun Lobby's Downfall?
Consumers are calling out brands that do business with the NRA.
Why Kinder Surprise Is Illegal in the U.S., Unlike Semi-Automatic Rifles
U.S. lawmakers take extreme measures to protect kids — but only from themselves?
Lunar New Year: Why the Chinese Calendar Follows the Moon, Mostly
Despite its name, the Chinese "lunar year" combines the moon, the sun, and the seasons to tell time.
After Florida Shooting, GoFundMe Scams Sprout Up
Getting bamboozled is bad, but there's another reason we should move past reflexive giving.
Who Is the Florida Shooter? Nikolas Cruz Will Appear Before a Judge Thursday
Here's what information police have released so far.
Leslie Jones's Olympic Tweets Encapsulate What's Great About the Internet
Who needs to watch the Olympics when you've got Leslie Jones' commentary?
North Korea's Cheerleaders Are the Weirdest Thing at the Olympics So Far
Everyone is talking about the "Army of Beauties" — just as Kim Jong-un wants.
Mexico Under High Alert After Theft of Radioactive Material
It's at least the eighth such robbery since 2013.
On Freakonomics Radio: Mark Zuckerberg Admits Facebook's Mistakes. Sort Of.
Openness and transparency is not enough, Facebook CEO realizes.