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The lodgings company added day trips and excursions a year ago. Now it says it's putting its "foot on the gas."
Late rocker David Bowie memorably played the Goblin King in the 1986 fantasy cult classic.
The governor of Hawaii issued a challenge to Tesla to cool its kids without running up energy bills, and it accepted.
The Alex Jones Channel, Infowars' biggest YouTube account, has one strike against it for a school shooting conspiracy video, according to a report.
The NRA bestows its "Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award" on Ajit Pai for withstanding criticism over his push to end net neutrality regulations.
Future electric components will be "pioneered" by Polestar.
Commentary: Ballmer thinks he can distract the world's best NBA shooter. It was reminiscent of his battles with Apple.
Instant Pot warns its Facebook community that its Gem multicookers could overheat and melt.
It would make Volvo's parent company the largest investor in Mercedes-Benz's parent company.
NASA's 2001 Mars Odyssey spacecraft catches sight of Mars' weird little moons in a fun animated GIF.
On Sunday we'll learn how the Galaxy S9 stacks up against the iPhone X.
The final six episodes of "The Tick" reboot's first season are here, and they're proof even a resistant Tick purist can be converted.
It could debut as early as the Geneva Motor Show in March.
It debuted at SEMA, but since nobody important goes to that, it's going to a proper auto show, too.
Apple's own charge-your-Apple-gadgets mat might arrive soon, according to reports.
It's only operating along a single set route for now, but Nissan envisions it growing into a whole ecosystem.
The voice assistant will be available in more than 30 languages in all by year's end.
Play Ghostbusters in the real world -- or anything else an app developer dreams up.
Google Lens moves beyond Pixel and into phones from Samsung, LG and more -- making it easy to learn more about your world just by pointing your phone’s camera.
The demonstration is all about showing off Huawei's Mate 10 AI.