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The fighter gets to the punch faster then ever, sending you (or your opponents) flying.
Also: How it all fits in with a larger campaign to influence elections.
Autolist's survey reveals that people want manufacturers to keep making fuel-efficient cars.
CD Projekt Red showed us a bit more of Cyberpunk 2077 at Gamescom, but it's still all hush hush.
Google Assistant will now tell you uplifting news stories when asked.
Apple's patent hints at a self-driving car that will tell you every move it's going to make.
Commentary: The comparisons to Black Panther aren't exactly accurate. The cultural stakes are much higher for Crazy Rich Asians.
The bill, submitted by nine senators on Tuesday, would also mandate election audits.
The frustration-free Brother HL-L2395DW is enjoying one of its periodic discounts at Amazon.
A TVOS reference was found buried in the the game's code. But it has nothing to do with a port of the game.
At Gamescom, Microsoft unveiled lots of new Xbox bundles and a new controller.
Data shows what many of us knew all along -- women's clothing isn't designed to carry the gadgets we use every day.
The company plans to educate its advertisers on discriminatory behavior.
Microsoft foils an effort targeting US conservative groups. The problem, though, is a whole lot bigger.
It's a parody, but the point is well taken.
Sadly, it looks like Daniel Craig's James Bond will need to find another director.
It's part of the social network's effort to battle misinformation.
Some keen-eyed person snapped pictures of the rumored phone on a subway car.
The four-cylinder variant will eventually return to bring the base price down.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has a vision for making trips to space more like air travel. Well, kinda.