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Hubble telescope finds black hole shot out of a distant galaxy

Hubble telescope finds black hole shot out of a distant galaxy
Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have observed a supermassive black hole with a mass one million times that of

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ trailer takes us to a bleak post-America future

'The Handmaid's Tale' trailer takes us to a bleak post-America future
Hulu has been teasing its adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale for months now, giving us a peak into a dystopian

Facebook adds more familiar features to Messenger chats

Facebook adds more familiar features to Messenger chats
Facebook has a habit of copping features from other apps and dropping them into Messenger, so the addition of message

Google and Howard University partner for more diversity in tech

Google and Howard University partner for more diversity in tech
Diversity (or the lack thereof) at Silicon Valley companies like Google has been a hot topic in the tech industry

German researchers built a molecule-splitting artificial sun

German researchers built a molecule-splitting artificial sun
Scientists from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) are testing a novel way to generate hydrogen, a potential green energy source,

Jaguar follows Chevy with unlimited LTE for your car

Jaguar follows Chevy with unlimited LTE for your car
In-car WiFi is only worth having if you've got enough mobile data to make use of it. Following Chevy's lead,

Bloody, meatless Impossible Burger will soon be easier to find

Bloody, meatless Impossible Burger will soon be easier to find
The so-called Impossible Burger debuted last year, but it's still pretty difficult to get you hands on one. Although it

Samsung finally has an LTE model of the Gear S3 Classic

Samsung finally has an LTE model of the Gear S3 Classic
If you're in the market for a new wearable with a retro look, Samsung today announced that its Gear S3

The Wirecutter’s best deals: Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro drops to $2,070

The Wirecutter's best deals: Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro drops to $2,070
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. When readers choose to

Apple explores using an iPhone or iPad to power a laptop

Apple explores using an iPhone or iPad to power a laptop
The notion of using a phone to power a computer isn't new -- we've seen companies like HP and Motorola

US ordered social media checks for some Visa applicants

US ordered social media checks for some Visa applicants
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ordered "mandatory social media checks" on all visa applicants who visited ISIS-controlled regions, according

Spotify’s latest music documentary chronicles Green Day’s rise

Spotify's latest music documentary chronicles Green Day's rise
Spotify's Landmark music documentary series debuted back in August with four episodes on the early days of Metallic. Today, another

The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman in her 40s

The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman in her 40s
Dating in my twenties and thirties made me feel like Odysseus, trying to choose between dashing myself on the ego-bruising

Instagram will start blurring ‘sensitive’ photos in your feed

Instagram will start blurring 'sensitive' photos in your feed
In recent months, Instagram has taken some long-overdue steps to reduce abuse on its platform and generally make the experience

What we love and hate about ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’

What we love and hate about 'Mass Effect: Andromeda'
A veteran Mass Effect player and a complete novice walk into a bar.This isn't the beginning of a terrible joke:

WikiLeaks: CIA has all sorts of tools for hacking your Mac

WikiLeaks: CIA has all sorts of tools for hacking your Mac
One of Apple's big talking points is that Macs don't get viruses and that they're relatively safe when compared to

Senate agrees to let carriers use your data however they want

Senate agrees to let carriers use your data however they want
The US Senate on Thursday voted in a resolution that will effectively eliminate the consumer privacy rules that the Federal

Google improves Photos and Duo for lousy connections

Google improves Photos and Duo for lousy connections
Google's been pretty busy this week. It added a location-sharing feature to the Maps app, started allowing sports teams and

‘Destiny 2’ is expected to arrive this September

'Destiny 2' is expected to arrive this September
Destiny had a rocky start, but the first-person space shooter eventually ended up living up to the promise it showed

Researchers make super-cheap smartphone sperm test

Researchers make super-cheap smartphone sperm test
Harvard researchers have developed a new device that helps men easily measure their fertility at home with their smartphone. While

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What we love and hate about 'Mass Effect: Andromeda'

What we love and hate about ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’

A veteran Mass Effect player and a complete novice walk into a bar.This isn't the beginning of a terrible joke: