Hugh Hefner, the Playboy magazine founder who transformed the publishing industry by bringing sex and female nudity into the mainstream, has died. He was 91.
It looks like the US is going to collaborate with Russia on our next big project in outer space.
In a recent interview with Fox News, Bill Gates revealed he has switched to an Android phone. It’s not clear what phone he used up to now, but it was likely to be a Windows Phone considering …
Since its release nearly a year ago, Google has continued to add more functionality to the Google Home smart speaker. Some of the new features include voic… by Corbin Davenport in Google, Google Home, News
It’s back! The World’s Greatest Drag Race returns with 12 of the world’s best supercars and sports c
Wow, awesome flight!
It’s all here. Thank you to FPV-Direct for sponsoring my trip to Reno, NV for the MultiGP National C
Quite a lot can change in 20 years. In 1997, the iPod was still a few years away, Bill Clinton started his second term as US President, and a domain for a… by Corbin Davenport in Google, News
What the hell did I just watch?
Relive puberty from the safety of your sofa. Big Mouth is coming to Netflix, September 29. Big Mouth
Look, I’m not trying to start a war here, but hear me out: Chromebooks are awesome. In fact, I prefer mine to my Windows PC for nearly every use. Why? Because I think it’s a better system. Let’s talk about why.
Elon Musk posted this head-to-toe pic on Instagram.
The redesigned Google Dashboard launches next week.
Couldn't agree more.
You’d be forgiven for thinking RSS died off with the passing of Google Reader, but our old friend Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary) still has a role to play on the web of 2017. It’s faster, more efficient, and you won’t have to worry as much about accidentally leaking your news reading habit to all your Facebook friends. Whether you’ve never heard of it before or you’ve abandoned it for pastures new, here’s why you should be using …
Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast on Aug. 25 as a Category 4 hurricane.
In what would be a world first, the government of President Emmanuel Macron wants to phase out all oil and gas exploration and production in France and its overseas territories by 2040. Sounds dramatic, but the EU nation has very little to lose as it sets its sights on a greener future.