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Friday July 13, 2018. 07:54 PM
Celmatix sells a genetic test for reproductive health, and it's looking to expand.
“Facial recognition will require the public and private sectors alike to step up—and to act,” says Brad Smith, the company’s president.
From 'Celeste' to 'Zelda', these are our absolute favorite games on Switch.
A new study investigates the intersection of climate change and real estate, and finds that higher elevations bring higher values.
It's been a busy week in gaming. Let's catch up.
A budget gaming laptop with a few flaws, but gobs of brawn.
The best Emmy nominated shows to binge watch to relax, from 'Killing Eve' to 'The Good Place.'
By the normal standards of outbreak, Candida auris signals a mind-bending shift—and it’s forcing researchers draw on some of medicine’s oldest practices.
In the post-Uber crash era, self-driving car developers are struggling with how to present their technology to an increasingly wary public.
To tackle real issues, legislators first need to understand them—and they need help. That means it’s time to reboot the Office of Technology Assessment.
In at least one instance, DEA agents sold an encrypted BlackBerry to a suspected drug smuggler—and kept the encryption key.
As Elon Musk proposes water filters for Flint, the city's mayor and others outline what would actually help.
Thursday July 12, 2018. 10:58 PM
Container ships sometimes have a handful of passenger cabins—the peak of carbon emissions frugality.
Now that Elon Musk's car company is finally putting out the more affordable Model 3, it could be a problem.
The prize isn’t a charting single; it’s becoming the soundtrack to a nation’s memories.
For the first time in 18 years, HBO isn't at the top of the Television Academy heap.
Photographer Rogers Grasas spent seven years traveling the Middle East to capture these stunning images.
Under the new rule, critics say the agency will not review informal complaints about telecom companies, and steer consumers to a formal process that carries a $225 fee.
The founder and editor in chief of ThinkProgress is starting over with 'Popular Information,' a one-man political newsletter 'for people who are feeling overwhelmed.'
Astrophysicists have traced the origin of some of Earth’s cosmic rays to a blazar 4 billion light years away.
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