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Best Internet Providers in Madison, Wisconsin

Madisonians love lakes, state politics and fast internet. Let CNET walk you through the best ISPs for fiber, cable and fixed wireless. → Read More

Best Internet Providers in Corsicana, Texas

Corsicana has one cable internet provider in competition with several fixed wireless ISPs. Let CNET help you find the best internet plan for you. → Read More

Best Internet Providers in Bradenton, Florida

Whether you're looking for fast fiber or affordable fixed wireless, CNET will help you find the plan that fits your needs. → Read More

Best Internet Providers in Valrico, Florida

Are you shopping for internet in Valrico? Here are the broadband providers we'd recommend most. → Read More

Best Internet Providers in Miami

Miami's best broadband providers bring speed and reliability to your home, whether you're in a house, apartment or condo. → Read More

Best Internet Providers in Oakland

From Sonic's blazing 10-gig plan to Xfinity's budget cable offerings, here are Oakland's best home broadband providers. → Read More

Polka Dots on Mars: NASA Spots Unusual Circles of Sand

Spot the spots on Mars. → Read More

NASA Mars Rover Has a New Pet Rock Along for the Ride

A pair of Martian rocks have hitched their fortunes to the Perseverance rover. → Read More

Wild Webb Telescope Image Shows the Same Galaxy 3 Times

Webb captured the galaxy in the act of hosting a supernova. → Read More

Scientists Invent Device That Sends Out Baby-Shark Birth Announcements

Congratulations, it's a bunch of bouncing baby shark pups! Shark science is taking a big swim forward with an innovation device called a birth-alert tag, or BAT, that tracks where pregnant sharks have their babies. Knowing where and when sharks give birth could help with conservation and protection measures. "We've been trying to do this since we started studying sharks," Arizona State… → Read More

Rare, Jurassic-Era Giant Insect Discovered at Arkansas Walmart

A trip to buy milk turned into a stunning entomological find. → Read More

See Glorious Green and Red Aurora Shimmer in Stunning Video

It's party time on the sun, and Earth is enjoying a spectacular light show. → Read More

These Ancient Sea Animal Fossils Aren't What They Seem, Scientists Say

At various times, researchers have thought them to be from jellyfish or sea sponges. → Read More

US Spy Plane Pilot Snaps Spectacular Selfie With Chinese Spy Balloon

A spy plane spies a spy balloon. → Read More

These Lovable Bald Eagles Are Relationship Goals

One eagle pair shows teamwork makes the dream work. → Read More

How to See the Moon, Venus and Jupiter Cozy Up in Tonight's Sky

The two planets will be closest on March 1, but you can follow along as they journey toward each other. → Read More

Scientists Sleuth Out Meteorite Crater at a French Winery

Previous geologists had pooh-poohed the idea of the crater coming from a meteorite. → Read More

Watch Venus and Jupiter Close In on a Glorious Conjunction

The two planets will be closest on March 1, but you can follow along as they journey toward each other. → Read More

NASA Images Confirm China's Mars Rover Hasn't Moved in Months

China's famously secretive space agency is quiet on the health of the rover. → Read More

This Might Be the Oldest Roman Sex Toy Ever Found

Researchers have some good guesses for how the 2,000-year-old wooden phallus was used. → Read More