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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.
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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.
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Workers around the globe protest company's handling of sexual-harassment claims.
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An investigation into the crewed Soyuz rocket that aborted mid-flight blamed the incident on a handling error.
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Scientists have developed a radical new method for measuring global warming-induced rising ocean temperatures: They aren't sampling water, but air.
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Integrating Uber Eats into Uber for Business locks ever more customers into the ride-hailing's ecosystem in advance of an IPO.
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Interviews with over a dozen current and former Google employees highlight a commitment to privacy—and the inherent tensions that creates.
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LG's latest flagship phone has a camera for every finger on your hand.
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The indie presents an alternative universe and an alternate Hollywood, one where directors make visual effects in their basements.
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GPS can be hacked, so airplanes and ships need a backup system. These quantum physicists think they have an answer.
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Advances in machine learning allow almost anyone to create plausible imitations of candidates in video and audio, potentially sowing confusion.
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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.
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Every once in a while, the internet has a good day. Usually it's because a cute animal is acting strange.
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From sex robots to a failed IndieGoGo campaign to the Unabomber, ACE 2018 had a lot going on even before Bannon was invited.
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Wednesday October 31, 2018. 08:06 PM
TV about eating isn't what it used to be—now it's much more appetizing.
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Kurt Steiner holds the record for the most consecutive skips of a stone—but physics suggests the upper limit is actually much higher.
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They're photographs meant to deconstruct how we look at bodies.
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It all started when the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto published a white paper outlining a digital currency, secured by something called the blockchain.
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Plus: wireless headphones, a sweet Specialized bike, and a pair of magical sunglasses.
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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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