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Friday November 10, 2017. 02:00 PM
Between delivering food and drugs in hospitals to bringing towels to your hotel room, Tug is helping redefine the human-robot frontier.
At least when it comes to moving people around the suburbs.
Twitter suspends its process for awarding blue check marks and its CEO calls the policy 'broken' amid criticism for verifying the account of a white supremacist.
The Russian billionaire is deeply invested in the science of his Breakthrough Initiatives and Prizes. So are many Silicon Valley elites.
The Department of Defense's bug bounty program was a smashing success. And other government agencies have taken notice.
The inside story of how three autonomous vehicle races brought together the community now leading the way toward a world of robotic chauffeurs.
Thursday November 9, 2017. 11:33 PM
Part of the comedian's appeal was his relatability—the sense that underneath the curmudgeonliness, he was a good guy. Given the harassment allegations, what happens now?
In an interview, the famed astronomer and communicator fought for the idea that science is the best way to know things
Logitech's still going to brick the Harmony Link, but now it's going to do right by current owners, giving them a Harmony Hub.
The platform hooked people with brevity—can it do the same with levity?
Photographer Sadegh Souri followed them on seven dangerous treks to the border.
Wireless headphones that pass the toughest test of all—being shoved in a gym bag.
The filmmaker has a new project out, but it's far from the only thing on his mind right now.
Opinion: Calls for help on social media are well-intentioned but counterproductive.
In talk to Washington think tank, Al Franken ties together complaints against Google, Facebook, and Amazon and calls for more control over their market power.
If the cargo industry doesn’t switch away from climate-warming bunker fuel, we’re all sunk.
Even as VCs race to invest in cryptocurrency companies, the novelty of the field poses legal, administrative, and PR challenges.
One of the best ultrabooks on the market just got a little bit more polished.
Somehow, the plan to bring electric VTOL aircraft to America's traffic hellscape might work.
How a program called Mimikatz became one of the world's most widespread and powerful hacking tools.
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