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Tuesday June 18, 2019. 03:00 PM
Opinion: China's e-biking masses offer a model for our struggling scoot-scape
Gocycle’s folding electric bike is fun and stable, but its high price tag puts it out of reach for most people.
In the first episode of Savage Builds, Adam Savage tries to build and control an Iron Man flying suit. But he didn't quite figure out the controls.
The keys on the Roli Lumi light up in different colors, and a companion mobile app uses those colors to show you how to play a song.
The US is quietly ramping up its plutonium experiments even as Washington raises concerns about Russian testing.
For years, it was the largest portal for sex on the internet. Now its fate could shape the future of Silicon Valley.
Facebook designs a cryptocurrency that it won't fully control, but that will uniquely benefit Facebook.
It’s about half the size of a sedan, and for now it needs a chase car with a babysitter. For now.
The Trump administration last month barred shipments of any US technology to Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
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Monday June 17, 2019. 11:34 PM
The first trial in which genetic genealogy helped identify a suspect is now underway, and the two sides are sparring over the limits of the new technique.
'Liquid light painter' Denis Smith invented his own LED tools to shoot these photographs.
Swati Mylavarapu worked at Square and Kleiner Perkins before pivoting to progressive startups. Now she applies lessons from the tech world to Pete Buttigieg's campaign.
Also, Taylor Swift dropped a video for 'You Need to Calm Down.' Watch it here.
Scientists are building a case for a mission to Neptune, an ice giant that's only been visited by a spacecraft once. But the window to act is closing.
The new web-based interface for Comcast's television software was developed for people with visual or physical impairments.
A new study suggests smart speaker owners aren’t using those devices to buy things on the internet—because it’s a bad shopping experience.
One of the movie's editors was cutting it together while it was being shot.
Scammers are taking advantage of default calendar settings to try to trick users into clicking malicious links.
There are dozens of life-transforming features hidden inside the unassuming image-keeper—features you're likely not using.
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