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Wednesday March 13, 2019. 01:00 PM
With Time Warner in the fold, AT&T is now a three-headed conglomerate of media and communications.
'Codec avatars,' as Facebook researchers call them, are all but indistinguishable from the humans they represent—and may be a staple of our virtual lives sooner than we think.
What one experience with palliative care says about the capacity of artificial intelligence to make medical decisions.
The agency has banned the 737 MAX jet from flying in US airspace, effective immediately.
Tuesday March 12, 2019. 11:33 PM
Mozilla has made public an encrypted file-sharing service with a self-destruct twist.
All hormonal contraceptives sometimes fail, for unknown reasons. As genetics trickles into women's health, one study suggests a possible cause.
Opinion: Larry Sanger, the cofounder of Wikipedia and chief information officer of Everipedia, suggests how to spark a decentralized social media movement.
Approaching a full week, Venezuela's national power outage shows just how hard it is to restart a grid from scratch.
At SXSW, HBO is partnering with the American Red Cross to drain the blood of fans. For Westeros!
Protests at companies like Google and Microsoft have grabbed headlines, but an Air Force demo day last week hosted dozens of startups eager to work with the Pentagon.
One day last summer, Greta Thunberg skipped school, sat down outside the Swedish parliament—and launched a movement that's still going strong.
Everyone frets about screen time, but what they should really be focusing on is something called connected parenting.
Fitbit’s simple activity tracker delivers the basics at an attractive price—but not much more.
“Alexa, should I be worried about the Eero deal?”
OpenAI, the independent research lab cofounded by Elon Musk, created a for-profit arm to attract more funding to hire researchers and run computers.
As outfits like Beta, Joby, and Kitty Hawk explore new kinds of aircraft with pivoting rotors, wings, and more, they must crack the complex problem of keeping heavier-than-air machines aloft.
Broadly back-to-the-land, this farming movement goes off-grid in all but the most obvious way: They're still very much online.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg touts 'reducing permanence' as a principle for his company's privacy-focused future, but it's hard to make things disappear from the internet.
Let people look inside the black box of the algorithm, and their mistrust, hostility, and fear will gradually melt away. Right? Well, kinda.
It’s the 30th anniversary of Tim Berners-Lee’s notion of a “distributed hypertext system.” Today’s web employs the same technology but looks very different.
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