The Best of BGR
10+ most popular BGR articles, as voted by our community.
Your guide to the most interesting stories in tech, entertainment, science, and more.
BGR on Dogs
Do dogs really love us? Trainer reveals 10 signs that your dog actually does
Our relationship with our dogs can be a simple yet confusing one. Now, a trainer has revealed 10 signs that help you tell your dog loves you.
BGR on Mobility
Uber and Lyft will need to be completely electric in New York City by 2030
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has announced that Uber and Lyft will be required to be carbon neutral by 2030.
BGR on Puzzles
Neuroscience shows this brain game can stop you from forgetting things
Recent studies show that a memory improvement game like crossword puzzles could help you stop forgetting things as easily.
BGR on Space
Astronomers found a ‘runaway’ black hole as wide as 20 million suns
Astronomers discovered a runaway black hole streaking away from its galaxy at 4,000 times faster than the speed of sound.
BGR on Technology
Google Earth may have uncovered Russia’s secret anti-satellite laser weapons
A new report may have uncovered evidence of that construction on an anti-satellite weapon has begun in Russia.
BGR on Tim Cook
Exclusive: Apple to deploy 1Password to all 123,000 employees, acquisition talks underway
Apple acquires an average of 15 to 20 companies a year, according to CEO Tim Cook. Of that number, we only hear about a couple, as most of these acquisitions or aqcui-hires are not consumer-facing,…
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Game-changer for Excel: Free AI bot creates any Excel formula you need
Building Microsoft Excel formulas doesn't have to be a daunting task anymore, thanks to this free AI bot available for anyone to use.
New miracle drug may increase the human lifespan to 200 years
A new type of miracle drug could let scientists increase the human lifespan to 200 years and beyond by killing off unneeded cells.
MIT scientists think they’ve discovered how to fully reverse climate change
MIT scientists have proposed a new plan to reverse climate change that uses 'space bubbles' to shield the Earth from the Sun's radiation.
Astonishing free web tool fixes old photos instantly using AI
This AI-based free photo restoration tool uses a bit of guesswork to fix damage, imperfections, and missing elements in old photos.
New genetically engineered houseplant cleans air as efficiently as 30 air purifiers
Adding a genetically engineered houseplant to your home could not only help depression, it can also literally clean the air.
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