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With more than 1,000 flights canceled, airlines struggle to get everyone and everything back in place.
Pull up a chair, we've got processing to do.
Grocery savings can be terrific, but dig deep for bigger bargains.        
Hoping for a smartphone from the future? Samsung’s upcoming foldable phone might be taking cues from the ZTE Axon M, if this patent is to be believed.
Starting Weight Watchers won't be easy, but with these tools, it won't be hard.        
The second Alexa-driven smart speaker with a screen is small and cute and has potential. But it needs video content.        
The craft, seen hidden under a cloth, is believed to be a radical new craft using electric 'hairdryer' to allow it to land and take off vertically. Boeing will unveil their mystery aircraft on Dece
Huawei's 'Point Cloud Depth Camera' is Apple's TrueDepth tech in all but name, but it's supposedly better.
Ms. Dykes, a British diplomat, was found dead on Saturday after leaving a party in Beirut. Uber said it was helping with the investigation.
A 'quantum material' that mimics a shark's ability to detect the minute electric fields of small prey has been shown to perform well in ocean-like conditions, with potential applications from defense
The German automaker has agreed to spend $800 million in California
The Royal Family now has Funko Pop! figures. The company revealed that their popular vinyl toys will be made in the likeness of the royal family, but Meghan Markle isn’t part of the line. Funko’s
The first technical standards everyone can use to design their networks, phones and chips for 5G will be released at a summit that starts Monday in Lisbon
The findings were made by researchers at UCLA and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who used a state of the art secondary ion mass spectrometer to analyse the fossils.
The researchers, from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, claim their study could one day help experts to prevent or even 'treat' criminal behaviour.
Now that 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' is in theaters, it's time to begin dissecting it. Start here.
Google and Facebook are blocked in China, along with Twitter Inc and most major Western news outlets
Twitter has deactivated the account of the far-right British activist behind those anti-Muslim tweets of videos, retweeted by President Trump. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@FantasticMrNate) reports.  &
A new global view of some well-known features on Venus's surface indicate its crust is moving, in a process extremely similar to the same process on Earth.
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