How do you take over the world? Build the coolest, most desirable phone anyone’s ever seen — oh, and everything else too.
Today marks the inauguration of Donald Trump as President of the United States. Watch live coverage of the event and catch the highlights here.
As soon as WhiteHouse.gov and other government sites were turned over to the new Trump administration, things looked very different. Here are some of the key policies and issues, including climate change and healthcare, that went missing during the transition.
Welcome to the first installment of a new Digg series that tries to help you get your life back on track by providing a gentle nudge to buy some new things that you've probably needed for a while.
He's finagled open hundreds and hundreds of these babies but a few stood out from the rest.
In conversation with Co.Design, the eminent design researcher Don Norman offers cutting criticism of Silicon Valley's brightest.
By a strange twist of fate, the small obscure town of Borja has suddenly found itself on the international tourist trail.
Have you ever noticed how awkward those "Real people, not actors" commercials are? Real people would never act that excited about Febreze.
This hypothetical astronaut would only have about 15 seconds before they lost consciousness. Before they froze, they would most likely die from asphyxiation or decompression.
A French military officer’s belief that he could photograph the inner workings of the mind has important lessons for modern science.
President-elect Trump becomes President Trump today at noon ET. Follow what the internet is saying about the inauguration with our live updating feed of stories and tweets.
From spy planes to cyberattacks to the private lives of foreign leaders, the president gets access to more confidential material than anyone else on the planet. Now, it’s all in Donald Trump’s hands.
The letter from experts comes after a much-castigated article in The Guardian from last week written by a freelance journalist, which interpreted an implementation of WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption as a major security concern.
Who needs a tow truck when you have a spare tire and a guy with a cigarette willing to sit in the trunk?
Bald eagles have been the emblem of the United States for more than two centuries. Now, in some parts of the country, they’re a nuisance.
The paper describes experiments with style transfer in Stewart's screenwriting debut, "Come Swim."
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Iceland's secret to curbing teen drug abuse, ranking fast-food chicken nuggets and the world warms yet again.
The wave is over 6,000 miles long.
McDonald's founder Ray Kroc actually took control of the business from two brothers who invented a fast way of serving up food. Does "The Founder" get Kroc dead-to-rights or let him off the hook? Here's what reviews say.
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In his inaugural address, President Trump placed a heavy emphasis on "America First" messaging, promising to never forget the "forgotten" Americans.
There's a way to document your trip to a memorial through photos. "Take fun selfies" isn't the solution.
Pandora dominates the U.S. online radio market with a staggering 78 million monthly users. But it’s only now about to enter the bruisingly competitive on-demand subscription market.
In a dispatch from another, only slightly more fictional political reality, Netflix announced that season 5 of House of Cards will arrive on May 30th with an eerie teaser.
The continuing counterintelligence investigation means that Mr. Trump will take the oath of office on Friday with his associates under investigation and after the intelligence agencies concluded that the Russian government had worked to help elect him.
How Cristian Provvisionato became collateral damage in the global digital weapons gold rush.
With President-elect Trump's lack of government experience, people are looking to Trump's cabinet picks to define the political shape of his administration. Here's a look at Trump's cabinet appointees and nominees.
The kid from Alabama sees right through you, "Kimmel" "reporter."
Executive Health is to a doctor’s visit what the Concorde was to domestic coach, designed “for the busy executive on the go.”
The influence of pirate radio has endured despite government crackdowns and the rise of legitimate alternatives — today, it continues to thrive, both legally and otherwise
As Nintendo prepares to retire the "Wii" name with the release of the Switch, here's to hoping that they preserve the best thing about the console — all the menu music.
As Trump threatens to defund and dismantle parts of the EPA and NOAA to hide the impact of climate change, a group of researchers are making an effort to save the data.
"Sitting in silence the last 700,000 or so clicks with nothing but the tempo of the mouse and focus in mind changed me as a person." Sure thing, dude.
Childish Gambino. "Atlanta." Lando Calrissian. Glover explores every platform for expression.
Last October, the so-called Mirai botnet brought down large swaths of the US internet for a day. KrebsOnSecurity has tracked down the hackers responsible.
As doctors and regulators restrict access to opioid treatments, many patients who genuinely need drugs to manage their pain say they are being left behind.
The fictional 007 has many outs and never leaves service. The reality is quite different.
Close to a dozen small parcels within Zuckerberg’s Kauai estate are owned by kamaaina families who have rights to traverse the billionaire’s otherwise private domain.
Matthew Stewart thought he had good insurance. Then he started vomiting blood.
Thovex shot a slick commercial with Audi, but we prefer the behind-the-scenes footage of him struggling not to fall on his ass before triumphantly nailing it.