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'House of the Dragon' Episode 7 release date, time, plot, and trailer for HBO’s Game of Thrones show

With the time shift and increasing hostilities in House Targaryan, we’re in for a fiery ride!

2 October 2022

'Rick and Morty' Season 6 Episode 5 release date, time, plot, cast, and trailer for the sci-fi show

Will 'Rick and Morty' Season 6 Episode 5 resolve our canon questions or just provide more sci-fi antics? Here's everything you need to know.

1 October 2022

Why Patagonia’s “purpose” model reveals fashion’s biggest hurdle to sustainability

Going forward, all of Patagonia’s profits, some $100 million annually, will fund efforts to address climate change and advance wilderness preservation, the company announced on September 14, 2022.

1 October 2022

Scientists may have already discovered a “miracle” fix for climate change

Climate scientist Saul Griffith argues that we may already have a "miracle" fix for climate change: Electrify everything.

1 October 2022

45 cheap, clever things that'll make your home way more impressive

My whole house is a study in making impressive home upgrades using very little money. Much of it I got on Amazon and installed myself.

1 October 2022

Elon Musk hints at a first Starship orbital flight date — and its quite soon

Musk has a long-standing reputation of being very active and open on his Twitter account regarding his aspirations for making humanity a multiplanetary species someday.

1 October 2022

The 6 best USB-C hubs

If your laptop is missing the ports you need, the best USB-C hubs can offer extra hookups to support USB-A accessories, memory cards, ethernet, and more.

1 October 2022

How 'Rings of Power's stunt coordinator made a more "organic" Helm's Deep

Ex-Indiana Jones stuntman turned stunt coordinator Vic Armstrong walks through several key points in the making of the biggest 'Rings of Power' episode yet.

1 October 2022

Study: Analysis of asteroid reveals unexpected evidence of mini-ocean — and carbonation

Asteroid Ryugu has some dangerous seltzer for you, according to recent analysis by Japanese scientists on samples returned from JAXA's Hayabusa2.

1 October 2022

Is the Covid-19 pandemic over? Experts share their predictions for 2023

Three scholars of different parts of U.S. society affected by the pandemic — public health, education, and the economy — evaluated how “over” the pandemic is in their worlds.

1 October 2022