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Thursday September 14, 2017. 06:10 AM
Big Ag is pouring a lot of money into figuring out how. But the science still has a long way to go.
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Wednesday September 13, 2017. 11:01 PM
In light of the latest Bluetooth-related security meltdown, a friendly PSA.
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Apple's Face ID will be used to unlock the iPhone X, but other facial-recognition programs misidentify black people.
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New Apple iPhones and Watches are on their way, so it's time to accessorize!
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With the new iPhone X, you can turn your visage into a fox, a unicorn, or a pile of poo.
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Car seat man was part of a Ford-funded study by researchers at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute into how autonomous vehicles will interact with humans on the road.
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Conservatives are in arms over Twitter's suspension of Hope Hicks' Twitter. There's only one problem.
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Game designer Porpentine's latest piece of interactive fiction is about transgender furries, ecological disaster, and slime.
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With monthly plans, that $1,000 iPhone looks like a much more reasonable purchase.
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Finally, the specs and photos you've been waiting for.
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Opinion: The government must address security threats from DIY weapons and autonomous vehicles.
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The HBO show's robots of the future are at their most interesting when they're at their least human.
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Apple fires the first shot in a war over mobile-phone chips with a 'neural engine' designed to speed speech, image processing.
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Ready to endure bitter cold, desolation, and occasional cabin fever? Firefighting at McMurdo station might be for you.
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The harshest rebuke yet of an industry eager to offer drivers autonomous features that may be easily abused, with deadly consequences.
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This startup has built a brain-machine interface that enables mind control of machines—no implants required.
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This week, it showed off the latest results of that effort, turning up more than a dozen new mutations associated with the disease.
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Americans still can't get their burritos by drone delivery. But in Rwanda and soon Tanzania, air deliveries are already saving lives.
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A quiet side business among typography experts is every kerning nerd's dream job—and a surprisingly high-stakes game.
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