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Thursday June 20, 2019. 03:00 PM
ASMR videos and apps feature soft sounds and quiet whispers that help you relax. But they're also a path to serious revenue.
Opinion: Congress has abdicated its role in preventing and punishing cyberattacks. The Cyber Solarium Commission is our best defense.
An automatic coffee machine that gives you a barista-style brew.
Director Jon Favreau shot the remake of the animated classic inside virtual reality. He doesn't know what to call the result, but it looks like a real movie.
Shareholders proposed 14 resolutions, from Google's conduct in China to conditions for Google workers. Cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin didn't attend.
Tesla gives drivers access to games they can play on the center screen, including Beach Buggy Racing 2. The car has to be in park, however.
Officials in Europe and the US worry about user privacy and how Facebook will handle data stemming from its cryptocurrency.
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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 10:36 PM
A rose is a rose is a rose—just not to the English.
Cloaked in the guise of making the world a better place, the cryptocurrency project is really another attempt to go big or go home.
By turning declassified images into a 3D model, scientists find that the mountain range's glaciers are melting twice as fast as before 2000.
New car owners report fewer problems than in past years. But infotainment systems are proving troublesome.
A new robot lionfish uses a rudimentary vasculature and “blood” to both energize itself and hydraulically power its fins.
No matter what you feel about 'You Need to Calm Down,' you're probably playing directly into her hands.
Google's Private Join and Compute will let companies compare notes without divulging sensitive information.
The latest Olympus TG is a go-anywhere camera that soars where smartphones crash.
A nonprofit called Thorn is using Amazon Rekognition to scan online ads for underage sex-trafficking victims.
With wildfires intensifying, the number of burn victims is likely to rise. But hospitals have been losing their burn treatment expertise, leaving the country unprepared.
Genius says it caught Google red-handed. Then the evidence disappeared. The real story is even more complicated.
Walk up to one of Daniel Rozin's 'mechanical mirrors' and see yourself reflected back in rippling waves of light and shadow.
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