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This magical bag has a 'white solid bleached sulfate paper with at least 60 percent post-consumer content.'
The recording industry's revenue grew to $3.4 billion in the first half of 2016, up 8.1 percent year over year.
Uber is now 'working with the state' on regulatory issues, according to an exec.
Research finds that dogs and humans have similar neural networks for understanding speech.
That's one way to get out of a test.
John Ellenby's Grid delivered what is widely viewed as one of the first laptop computers, the Compass.
Everyone needs an artist emoji.
Researchers find that many drone accidents are due to the gadgets themselves rather than human error.
The @cincinnatizoo account is no longer active, but the zoo's Facebook and Instagram accounts are still live.
Manbang allows users to watch documentaries about North Korean leadership.
Mercedes teased 'body sensor displays' that will sense whether you're hot, cold or tense, and adjust accordingly.
In their letters, Sens. Markey and Blumenthal 'inquire about safeguards and backups in place within airline IT systems.'
Microsoft will push a Windows 10 update that will allow any PC running the OS to support Windows Holographic shell.
The ruling is good news for the defendant, who was accused of money laundering via bitcoin.