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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.
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“Facial recognition will require the public and private sectors alike to step up—and to act,” says Brad Smith, the company’s president.
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From 'Celeste' to 'Zelda', these are our absolute favorite games on Switch.
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A new study investigates the intersection of climate change and real estate, and finds that higher elevations bring higher values.
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It's been a busy week in gaming. Let's catch up.
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A budget gaming laptop with a few flaws, but gobs of brawn.
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The best Emmy nominated shows to binge watch to relax, from 'Killing Eve' to 'The Good Place.'
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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.
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In the post-Uber crash era, self-driving car developers are struggling with how to present their technology to an increasingly wary public.
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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.
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In at least one instance, DEA agents sold an encrypted BlackBerry to a suspected drug smuggler—and kept the encryption key.
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As Elon Musk proposes water filters for Flint, the city's mayor and others outline what would actually help.
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Thursday July 12, 2018. 10:58 PM
Container ships sometimes have a handful of passenger cabins—the peak of carbon emissions frugality.
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Now that Elon Musk's car company is finally putting out the more affordable Model 3, it could be a problem.
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The prize isn’t a charting single; it’s becoming the soundtrack to a nation’s memories.
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For the first time in 18 years, HBO isn't at the top of the Television Academy heap.
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Photographer Rogers Grasas spent seven years traveling the Middle East to capture these stunning images.
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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.
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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.'
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Astrophysicists have traced the origin of some of Earth’s cosmic rays to a blazar 4 billion light years away.
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