Women's Pain Is Different From Men's—the Drugs Could Be Too

Women's Pain Is Different From Men's—the Drugs Could Be Too

Tailoring new medicines to men or women would be revolutionary, particularly considering that it took many years for women (and female animals) to get included in pain research at all.

Fitbit's New Lower-Cost Wearables Undercut the Apple Watch

Fitbit's New Lower-Cost Wearables Undercut the Apple Watch

The new Inspire wristband, which starts at $70 and goes up to $100 for a model with heart-rate tracking, is an interesting evolution of its predecessor, the Fitbit Alta.

Tesla Is (Finally!) Selling the Model 3 for $35,000

Tesla Is (Finally!) Selling the Model 3 for $35,000

Musk also announced that Tesla is introducing a new version of the car called the Model 3 Standard Range Plus, which will feature an upgraded interior, can hit 140 mph and run from 0 to 60 mph in 5.3 seconds, and go 240 miles between charging stops.

The Age of Congestion Pricing May Finally Be Upon Us

The Age of Congestion Pricing May Finally Be Upon Us

Los Angeles Metro officials, searching for a way to pay for 28 ambitious transportation projects by the time it hosts the Olympics in 2028, have floated a suite of congestion pricing ideas : charging drivers per miles traveled, or turning carpool lanes to toll lanes, or levying fees on those entering busy neighborhoods during busy times.

LG OLED TV Deal: LG's B8 Drops to the Lowest Price Ever

LG OLED TV Deal: LG's B8 Drops to the Lowest Price Ever

Unfortunately, LG's TVs usually hover between $1,500 and $2,000, with the occasional dip in price during major sale events like the Super Bowl and Black Friday.

Polestar Tempts the Masses by Taking on the Tesla Model 3

Polestar Tempts the Masses by Taking on the Tesla Model 3

Polestar Tempts the Masses by Taking on the Tesla Model 3 The Polestar 2 is an all-electric five-door fastback aimed at buyers who want battery power but don't have $70,000 to spend on an SUV.

10 Android Phone Deals, and Our Favorite Bargains This Week

10 Android Phone Deals, and Our Favorite Bargains This Week

10 Android Phone Deals, and Our Favorite Bargains This Week Smartphone season started early this year. Samsung showed off five new Galaxy phones, including three Galaxy S10 models available for preorder right now.

Forget the New Galaxy S10. These Phones Are Better Deals

Forget the New Galaxy S10. These Phones Are Better Deals

The standard Galaxy S10 starts at $900 and comes with a new triple rear camera, more RAM, and a slightly larger battery.

HTC Goes All-In on Easy-to-Use VR, But Not For Everyone

HTC Goes All-In on Easy-to-Use VR, But Not For Everyone

HTC Goes All-In on Easy-to-Use VR, But Not For Everyone Ahead of Mobile World Congress, the company announced the Vive Focus Plus, a new headset that seems to have it all—but is aimed squarely at the enterprise market.

Sony's PlayStation Classic is a Great Deal Right Now (Only $40)

Sony's PlayStation Classic is a Great Deal Right Now (Only $40)

Sony After just a couple months on the market, Sony's PlayStation Classic has fallen to a more reasonable price. Retro Fun and Frustration I didn't write a full review of the PlayStation Classic last fall, but I did spend a good amount of time with it.

Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs as It Braces for an Uncertain Future

Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs as It Braces for an Uncertain Future

Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs as It Braces for an Uncertain Future As much as the Silicon Valley native is disrupting transport, its core business is building and selling cars.

Netflix Raises Prices to Stockpile for the Streaming Wars

Netflix Raises Prices to Stockpile for the Streaming Wars

Related Stories “On the surface, it does seem to be a bit of jeopardy to increase prices when the competitive services are coming,” says Tony Gunnarsson, a senior analyst at Ovum focused on the streaming media business.

Bitcoin Exposed Silicon Valley's Ultimate Aim: Making Money

Bitcoin Exposed Silicon Valley's Ultimate Aim: Making Money

(At the time, my reporting appeared in the business section of a national newspaper, but as should be obvious by now I didn’t have much of a knack for business or dystopian fantasy.) If you think companies like Facebook and Google are about manipulating the public to make money without concern about the damage done to society, then the bitcoin story should be your ur-text.

Tesla's $7,500 Tax Credit Goes Poof, But Buyers May Benefit

Tesla's $7,500 Tax Credit Goes Poof, But Buyers May Benefit

Elon Musk's company just became the first automaker to lose access to the full $7,500 federal tax credit designed to spur the adoption of electric cars. Tesla sold that magic milestone car in July last year, and got another two quarters of full credit for its buyers.

The MoviePass Reboot Is Here. But Will Moviegoers Want It?

The MoviePass Reboot Is Here. But Will Moviegoers Want It?

Starting in January, MoviePass will roll out a new pricing scheme that will allow you to pay as little as $10 or as much as $25 per month for three movie tickets, depending on where you live and how many restrictions you can cope with.If people sign up, MoviePass will finally have a business model that's within shouting distance of survival.

8 Best Cheap iPhones and Android Smartphones ($180-$550)

8 Best Cheap iPhones and Android Smartphones ($180-$550)

This phone already has Android Pie and should get bimonthly security updates.Our only real complaints were that the camera has a few quirks, it lacks a headphone jack (like many phones), and the snazzy glass-backed design makes this phone more delicate—though it comes with a case in the box.

Why Bitcoin Is Plunging (This Time)

Why Bitcoin Is Plunging (This Time)

Why Bitcoin Is Plunging (This Time)HotlittlepotatoThe price of bitcoin dropped another 10 percent Tuesday, extending a decline that has sent the virtual currency down 33 percent in the past month and 46 percent in the past year.Boom and bust cycles are par for the course for bitcoin.

Now You Can Sequence Your Whole Genome for Just $200

Now You Can Sequence Your Whole Genome for Just $200

“It’s important to note that, right now, the medical profession is not recommending this for healthy patients,” Green says.And while Veritas’ test covers 200 genetic predispositions for disease compared to 23andMe’s nine, customers might decide that information isn't worth $1,000—Veritas will be competing with companies like 23andMe on the perceived value of all that genetic information until it can accomplish the sub-$200 genome.To get ahead in that regard, Veritas wants to integrate genetic data into the everyday.

Midterm Election Voters Shot Down a Carbon Tax, But It'll Rise Again

Midterm Election Voters Shot Down a Carbon Tax, But It'll Rise Again

Initiative 1631 was technically a fee, not a tax; It would’ve charged many emitters $15 per metric ton of carbon, increasing every year until emissions declined—and the money would pay for green infrastructure like clean power generation, environmental remediation, and projects in communities most affected by pollution.

Apple Abandons the Mass Market, as the iPhone Turns Luxury

Apple Abandons the Mass Market, as the iPhone Turns Luxury

That means speaking to as an aspirational clientele for whom brand, form, and function are all of a part, and where the higher price point is at times a sotto voce aspect of the appeal.It is hard to argue with that strategy, although it does make Apple a different sort of company than it was a decade ago, away from owning the market with a range of prices and products and toward a premier provider in a mass world.

Preorder the iPhone XS or Shop 15 of the Weekend’s Best Tech Deals

Preorder the iPhone XS or Shop 15 of the Weekend’s Best Tech Deals

We've worked with our friends at TechBargains to bring you 14 of the best tech deals that we’ve seen around the web.Preorder the Apple iPhone XS, XS Max, and XRThe prices on these things just keep going up.

Hurricane Florence Threatens to Spread Hog Poop Over North Carolina

Hurricane Florence Threatens to Spread Hog Poop Over North Carolina

Its hog farms are a major part of the state economy, with many of them concentrated in the eastern part of North Carolina, where Hurricane Florence is expected to drop 20 to 30 inches this week.

The iPhone Xr Is a Bigger, Cheaper, More Colorful iPhone

The iPhone Xr Is a Bigger, Cheaper, More Colorful iPhone

The Xs will keep last year's the 5.8-inch screen size, and the Xs Max offers an aggressive 6.5-inch display.

LA's Teaming up With Other Cities to Get Cheaper EVs

LA's Teaming up With Other Cities to Get Cheaper EVs

So LA is doing what most people do when the going gets tough: They lean on their friends.Los Angeles announced today it is teamed up with 30 US cities total to collectively work for better deals on electric cars (18 of them have committed to purchases already as 'founding cities'). Maybe you don't want your city to switch over to electric cars.

The Hidden Link Between Farm Antibiotics and Human Illness

The Hidden Link Between Farm Antibiotics and Human Illness

Among the many strains they found was one known as H22, which was present on chicken meat and in people, and carried genetic markers indicating it had occupied the guts of poultry first, and then adapted to humans.This is what earlier studies of EXPECs on meat and in humans lacked: evidence that meat strains and human infections were linked, not just in time and location, but in movement from animal to person.

At $1 Trillion, Amazon Should Fear Regulators More Than Rivals

At $1 Trillion, Amazon Should Fear Regulators More Than Rivals

But competitors ranging from Microsoft to Google to Alibaba are also growing strongly, which means AWS is not gaining much in market share.Amazon’s international footprint is even smaller, with local e-commerce companies often dominating their respective countries in places such as India, Brazil, and China.

Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here’s what happened

Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here’s what happened

Simply cut down on waste, become more efficient, convince its legions of suppliers to make more sustainable products and sell them at its “low, low prices.” Sustainability goes up, costs go down, everybody wins.