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Thursday November 9, 2017. 01:00 PM
First, use your phone to record the car's acceleration. Then start solving for the minimum coefficient of friction.
After ProPublica journalists wrote about hate groups, the trolls retaliated by signing them up for thousands of subscriptions. That was only the beginning.
Reports say Justice Department wants AT&T to sell Turner Broadcasting or DirecTV, or face an antitrust lawsuit over its proposed acquisition of Time Warner.
Wednesday November 8, 2017. 10:49 PM
After results that far exceeded expectations, data-driven progressive groups might widen their aperture as they look to 2018.
When a genetic skin-peeling disease threatened the life of a 7-year-old boy, doctors turned to an experimental mashup of stem cells and gene therapy.
Pre-game for Black Friday with these three deals (and one reminder for you forgetful Xbox gamers).
With its latest update, Chrome's going to quash the junky redirects that turn the web into a house or horror.
In the ever-widening aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the question is as obvious as it is complicated.
His latest project is a monumental effort designed to keep you glued to your phone.
Keep an electronic eye on your home with the help of Amazon's Alexa.
The juggernaut series' newest game apes the pedigree of its best ones, but fails to do anything new—or to even do the old stuff half as well as it used to.
Raquel Urtasun, head of Uber's autonomous-vehicle lab, believes cameras can replace expensive lidar in steering cars.
We review the LG V30, an understated phone that can go toe-to-toe with the best Android devices.
With his partner Gard Hollinger, the man from The Matrix has created a trio of custom two-wheelers.
Snap reports fewer users, less revenue than expected, says it plans redesign of signature Snapchat app.
The Xfund venture capital firm started with a bold idea and ended with one of its founders banished from the country. Here's how it all went so wrong.
Your PhD could mean Pretty Huge Debt.
Offshore-banking documents called the Paradise Papers reveal Russian investor Yuri Milner has close ties to the Kremlin. Entrepreneurs and VCs say it’s not something they could have known.
Sometimes, bringing in an MBA for 'adult supervision' can kill vision and ambition in Silicon Valley.
Tech companies today are facing incredibly complex problems. Wunderkind founders might not be the best people to solve them.
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