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The president of Russian Railways has proposed a plan to connect the U.S. to Europe and Asia with a highway that crosses the Bering Strait. It’s unspecified how the crossing would be done, but would connect a new trans-Siberian roadway with Europe’s…
Not sure how that fancy new dishwasher will really work or if you'll be able to figure out the complicated controls? Home appliance retailer Pirch lets consumers try out all manner of appliances before they buy the products.
Following the departure of Zayn Malik from boy band One Direction, Spotify reports seeing what it calls a "spike of sadness" with a 1,900 percent increase in the streaming of One Direction tunes in the U.K., and an 800 percent increase in the U.S.
Google and Johnson & Johnson announced a partnership to produce robots capable of assisting surgeons in the operating room. It's unclear what the robots will look like or what duties they will perform.
Google has improved the functionality of its Chrome OS app launcher with the latest beta update, adding a Google Now search bar with cards giving the user information on local weather, traffic and more.
Microsoft is reportedly considering including an Android app emulator in Windows Phone 10. If the company follows through with the idea, users may soon be able to add Android apps on their Windows smartphones.
HBO has debuted a new trailer for The Casual Vacancy, the dark new political miniseries based on Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling's first adult novel. The miniseries will air on April 29 and April 30 on HBO.
There is no larger eSports tournament in the world than the International, which sees Dota 2 teams fighting over some of the biggest prizes in gaming history. Tickets for The International 5 go on sale today.
The nine-season NBC series Coach that won Craig T. Nelson a Primetime Emmy Award is returning to television as a sequel series set years after the original. NBC has green-lit the series for an initial 13-episode season.