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Friday November 2, 2018. 12:04 AM
The tablet- and joystick-controlled chopper is part of an effort minimize—and maybe someday eliminate—the role of the human pilot.
Thursday November 1, 2018. 11:40 PM
Critics of AT&T's Time Warner acquisition say their fears have been realized, as Dish blacks out HBO amid a contract dispute.
Workers around the globe protest company's handling of sexual-harassment claims.
An investigation into the crewed Soyuz rocket that aborted mid-flight blamed the incident on a handling error.
Scientists have developed a radical new method for measuring global warming-induced rising ocean temperatures: They aren't sampling water, but air.
Integrating Uber Eats into Uber for Business locks ever more customers into the ride-hailing's ecosystem in advance of an IPO.
Interviews with over a dozen current and former Google employees highlight a commitment to privacy—and the inherent tensions that creates.
LG's latest flagship phone has a camera for every finger on your hand.
The indie presents an alternative universe and an alternate Hollywood, one where directors make visual effects in their basements.
GPS can be hacked, so airplanes and ships need a backup system. These quantum physicists think they have an answer.
Advances in machine learning allow almost anyone to create plausible imitations of candidates in video and audio, potentially sowing confusion.
The study enrolled a whopping 400,000 people, but it still won't answer researchers' biggest question: whether mass screening does more good than harm.
Every once in a while, the internet has a good day. Usually it's because a cute animal is acting strange.
From sex robots to a failed IndieGoGo campaign to the Unabomber, ACE 2018 had a lot going on even before Bannon was invited.
Wednesday October 31, 2018. 08:06 PM
TV about eating isn't what it used to be—now it's much more appetizing.
Kurt Steiner holds the record for the most consecutive skips of a stone—but physics suggests the upper limit is actually much higher.
They're photographs meant to deconstruct how we look at bodies.
It all started when the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto published a white paper outlining a digital currency, secured by something called the blockchain.
Plus: wireless headphones, a sweet Specialized bike, and a pair of magical sunglasses.
Plus: The carousing Texan who won a Nobel, a brain-eating amoeba claims another victim, and Netflix finally cancels some shows.
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