A ball equipped with sensors is making life easier for refs and could help grow the game.
In the last year, Meta has cracked down on spammy posts.
A recent ranking of the best and worst airports in the US reveal coastal differences.
Home Depot and Lowe’s are surviving the housing slump thanks to a home-remodeling boom.
The soup institution is using AI to expand its product mix.
Employees want higher wages, more co-workers and less sales pressure.
The company that popularized coffee pods is making a big push for customization.
Gyms are bulking back up as consumers continue leaving the house.
Some of tech’s biggest players are making big bets on Rust.
A deal with DraftKings could help the brand maintain relevance with young fans.
History makes a strong case to root for the Astros.
Companies are spending less on cloud computing, the ultimate sign of belt tightening.
A combination of factors has pushed the Halloween spirit to record levels, and big-box retailers are reaping the benefits.
Lex, an AI-enabled word processor, might be GPT-3’s first breakthrough app.
If the tournament field expands to 96 teams, perfect brackets may become a relic of the past.
The anonymous app for teens just took over the top spot in the App Store.
Female athletes are driving more engagement than their male counterparts.
Adderall prescriptions popped during the pandemic.
Led by Topgolf, activity-focused bars are sprouting up all over the country.
Colleen Hoover has had an unconventional path to literary superstardom.
Meta’s betting it all on virtual reality, but it may be too early.
The internet’s most prolific file format might be on the way out.