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Bolivian rebels can help take down the cartel in ‘Ghost Recon Wildlands’

Ghost Recon Wildlands will feature a systemic, player-driven open world, and by freeing rebels locked up at cartel strongholds, you can help the people of Bolivia take back their country.

RIP Thunderbolt Display: Apple discontinues its only monitor

Apple has discontinued its Thunderbolt Display, the only monitor that it currently offers. Rumors suggest that the company may replace it with a 5K display sometime in the near future.
Movies & TV

Aliens and explosions can't save 'Independence Day: Resurgence' from feeling like a stale remake

Another day, another sequel. Independence Day gets a reboot with Resurgence, and there are plenty of explosions, but does it live up to the promise of the original? We review Independence Day: Resurgence.

How Seattle is shaping the future of Lamborghini's performance cars

Lamborghini has opened a carbon-fiber research center in Seattle, a stone's throw from partner Boeing's headquarters. Called ACSL, it will make breakthroughs in carbon-fiber technology that will benefit future Lamborghini models.
Cool Tech

Before Juno’s upcoming historic entry into Jupiter’s orbit, watch how it all began

Juno's mission to dip into Jupiter’s polar orbit and study the forces at work beneath the planet's dense clouds will put Juno into the most intense radiation environment in our solar system.

Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…

Take out your wallets: iPhone 7 pricing leaked for three different models

Forget about the iPhone 6S -- that's already old news. Rumors have already started to spread about Apple's latest offering, the iPhone 7, a device we almost certainly won't see until the end of 2016.

Want to build an Android app? Google and Udacity launch Android Basics Nanodegree

If you think you could have the next big Android app idea, perhaps you should learn the basics of coding with this nanodegree from Google and Udacity. If you're willing to pay a cool $200 per month, that is.

Samsung’s going for gold in Rio, may have a special phone in the works to celebrate

Samsung may have a special edition of the Galaxy S7 coming to commemorate the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. There have been several leaks regarding the device, and here's what we think we know about it so far.

Instant photography lesson: What ‘high-speed sync flash’ is and how to use it

High-speed sync allows photographers to shoot with a flash at high shutter speeds, perfect for outdoor portraits or any time you need flash and a fast shutter. Photographer Manuel Ortiz provides a simple demonstration of how it…

HTC's 2016 Nexus phones could be code-named Marlin and Sailfish

After working with LG and Huawei last year, Google could turn to HTC for two Nexus devices in 2016. It would be the first time Google has partnered with HTC on a mobile since 2010. Here's everything we think we know about them.

Elite technology elevates Mercedes' new E-Class from luxurious to brilliant

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class combines semi-autonomous genius with frugal engineering and driving precision to elevate the midsize luxury sedan class.