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Germany bans smartwatches for kids and asks parents to destroy them

Germany’s telecommunication agency, the Bundesnetzagentur, has banned smartwatches for kids, and is asking parents to destroy them.

Black Friday 2017: All the best tech deals you can already shop

We’re six days away from Black Friday (November 24th) and the biggest shopping holiday of the year has already begun at several online retailers.

In chatlogs, celebrated hacker and activist confesses countless sexual assaults

“I have drunkenly sexually assaulted or raped women — the exact number of which I am currently determining.” Continue reading…

What should truckers call Tesla’s new Semi?

If your idea of trucker life comes from movies like Smokey and the Bandit or Convoy, you’re living in the past.

The strange comfort of At Home With Amy Sedaris

Maybe winter is already taking its toll on you — have you checked? Short days, dry air, too many people in Burlington Coat Factory, all the interesting coffee flavors double in price.

The perfect holiday present: a kids’ book that teaches rocket science

To many, rocket science may seem like an impenetrable concept that’s just too difficult to understand, but a new book argues otherwise, aiming to break down the basic concepts behind spaceflight — to children.

How Amazon could create a nightmare future for filmmaking

Earlier this week, Amazon Studios revealed it was planning a prequel series to Lord of the Rings, a timid choice that passed over fresh fantasy literature in favor of a well-established and ever-expanding franchise.

Forget the Roadster and the Semi — Tesla’s fate still hinges on the Model 3

There was a lot of pomp and circumstance at SpaceX’s Hawthorne, California, headquarters for the big Tesla Semi truck unveiling.

Y Combinator has quietly cut ties with Peter Thiel

Startup accelerator Y Combinator has parted ways with Peter Thiel, where he served as a part-time adviser since 2015.

One of gaming’s musical maestros just released his first solo album

Hirokazu Tanaka has a history most game composers can only dream of. As a young sound designer working at Nintendo in the 1980s, he crafted the soundtracks to classics like Metroid, Earthbound, Dr.

The first teaser for The Incredibles 2 shows off the dangers of a superpowered baby

Our first look at The Incredibles 2 is here. The sequel to Pixar’s 2004 superhero film The Incredibles will bring back the super-powered Parr family, and will pick up immediately after the closing of the first movie.

Polaroid wants millions in royalty from Fujifilm for copying its trademarked white border film

Until this fall, Polaroid had not made instant cameras and film in about a decade and has instead branched out to licensing its name to other electronic products like televisions, tablets, and even drones.

Black Friday 2017: All the best tech deals you can already shop

We’re six days away from Black Friday (November 24th) and the biggest shopping holiday of the year has already begun at several online retailers.

New trailers: Deadpool 2, Rampage, The Chi, and more

I went to see Lady Bird last weekend with a small group of friends. I'd been really excited to see it: Greta Gerwig, who wrote and directed the film, has low-key established herself as one of the smartest actors and writers around, wonderfully balancing comedy and deeply revealing characters, and Lady Bird is her first directing effort.

Hari Kondabolu’s The Problem with Apu attempts to shut down The Simpsons’ racist caricature for good

Apu from The Simpsons is a walking cartoon stereotype, but for nearly three decades he’s represented the South Asian community to Americans — a yogi with a Ph.D who’s also running the equivalent of a 7-Eleven.

People assigned to take cold showers didn’t feel any healthier, but they missed less work

There’s something impressive about taking cold showers. It summons up images of military discipline, and people claim that it makes you healthier.

Tesla's portable phone-charging battery will complement your Tesla-branded life

Tesla's had a big week so far with the launch of its ultra fast supercar and its new electric semi truck.

One small backflip for a robot is one giant leaping backflip for humankind

Something that often bothers me about sci-fi is the loner inventor trope. A guy in a garage builds a robot, or AI, or frequently both that are somehow decades beyond the technology of his day, and all the wild implications of his vast technological leap are the fuel for the next two and a half hours of popcorn entertainment.

SpaceX’s mysterious Zuma launch is postponed indefinitely

Update November 17th, 4:15PM ET : On Thursday, SpaceX stated that it had decided to stand down from the launch as it reviewed data of a fairing test the company did for another customer.

Netflix’s Punisher would be timely, if it had anything coherent to say about gun violence

It’s hard to imagine a worse time for a Punisher TV show. A little over a month after one of the worst mass murders in American history, in a country where mass shootings come at the rate of roughly one per day, the arrival of Marvel Comics’ favorite gun-wielding, spree-killing angry white man on Netflix is awkward, to say the least.