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Typography experts have developed Sans Forgetica, a new font that makes remembering easier because reading it isn't. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.
Rapper showed his passcode in front of cameras during White House visit. He can do better, so can readers. If your passcode is this easy, update it now.
President Trump signed the Music Modernization Act on Thursday, passing into law landmark copyright reform for which Nashville songwriters campaigned.
NASA says it's dusting off its plans for flying the International Space Station without a crew after the aborted launch of a Russian rocket taking two astronauts toward the station. (Oct. 11)
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are weeks away but a popular holiday website has released a list of stores staying closed on Turkey Day.
There's a proven scientific method that only takes 5 minutes
Warner and Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg are joining the streaming wars with new services, adding to Netflix, Hulu, Disney's planned movie service and many more in the works.
When—and why—you should wait months for a $50 bra
A new service is playing matchmaker and will pair you with the perfect steak. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
Hurricane Michael was a storm for the record books, and by one measurement was more powerful at landfall than notorious past monsters such as Katrina or Andrew.
Australian scientists just picked up a bunch more fast radio bursts from deep space, but we still don't know exactly what they are.
After establishing a large gaming fan base, Razer is back to try and establish itself in the smartphone space with its Razer Phone 2.
A smartphone charger that uses AA batteries and a way to eliminate office distraction topped my wish list from a recent trip to Japan.
Apple, Samsung and Google may currently be dominating phone buyers' attention with their latest updated smartphones, but they're far from the only options.
Stephen Hawking’s last paper on hairy black holes has been published online.
Upgrade you living room with the best picture quality.