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The newly reedited and toned-down version of Deadpool 2 has a couple of new post-credits scenes to look forward to. Warning: spoilers ahead.
New fossil evidence paints a picture of an apex predator, as big as a lion, that terrorized ancient Australian forests.
Debuting just ahead of CES 2019, the updated two-in-one gets a premium redesign and improved pen functionality.
The sophisticated campaign has targeted dozens of companies, most of which are based in the US.
Characters from Netflix's cancelled Marvel Television shows can't appear in non-Netflix series for at least two years, Variety reports.
The third Deadpool release this year removes the swear words and adds Fred Savage. And he's the real star.
We get intimate with the colorful iPhone XR, which features a big screen, wireless charging and an excellent camera.
No longer just underwater assassins, the drones now disperse hundreds of thousands of coral babies throughout the reef.
That's $30 off the list price for the newest member of the Kindle family.
If you attended the pop star's May 18th concert, your smile might've been captured, according to Rolling Stone.
The bill, which provides billions in subsidies to American farmers, will also pave the way for more-coordinated efforts among federal agencies to deploy broadband in hard to reach areas.
It's not quite as good as its Black Friday price, but it's still a decent discount.
The Pentagon, Nutella and Texas didn't do much better, according to a list from password managing app Dashlane.
The proposal has industry support.
That's $100 off the retail price you'd pay at the Apple Store.
Get the latest leaks and rumors here about Samsung's next major phone.
Move over, Micro-USB. The USB Type-C standard is here, faster and (best of all) flippable -- so you can plug it in right the first time, every time.
Philadelphia Dips' sensor-equipped, pressure-sensitive Double Diptector bowl is watching you.
Neither Elon Musk's company nor Blue Origin have done it just yet, and it's a long time coming for Richard Branson's space tourism venture.
The Parker Solar Probe zips down the sun's boulevard and asks, "Are you ready for your close-up?"