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Tuesday November 7, 2017. 06:01 AM
A new RAND report argues the sooner you can deploy self-driving cars, the more lives you might save.
Monday November 6, 2017. 11:00 PM
A simple misconfiguration spiraled into outages for internet service providers and large internet platforms around the US.
Microbiologists are dissecting the breath of patients infected with malaria in search of a new kind of diagnostic test.
Despite its best intentions, the franchise's prequel is business as usual. Thankfully, business is good.
We review the newest $800 Windows laptop-tablet hybrid from Microsoft.
Her only constant is that she's always evolving.
Something Adam Driver said in a recent interview might be a huge spoiler for the current Star Wars saga.
The billionaire-backed Breakthrough Listen SETI project is keeping a beleaguered telescope running—at the expense of other science.
Open-source software is increasingly popular, but some modules rely on just a single developer. What happens when they die?
The computer scientist Christoph Salge is trying to circumvent the need for rules that guide robots’ behavior. His strategy: Give them a goal of making us more powerful.
Sunday November 5, 2017. 03:00 PM
The president's Twitter account went down for a few minutes last week. A lot of people had feelings about it.
Encrypted, simple, and free, Signal is the one messaging app you need on your phone.
By reimagining the kinks and folds of origami as atoms in a lattice, researchers are uncovering strange behavior hiding in simple structures.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have exploded in value—making them an ever-more attractive target for scammers and hackers. Here's how to protect investment.
They really want humans and autonomous vehicles to be friends.
Saturday November 4, 2017. 03:00 PM
Opinion: They exist largely online, enjoy international devotees, and advance belief-driven agendas that they pursue, at times, above, the law.
National Book Award nominee Carmen Maria Machado thinks the positive response to her short story collection is partly a reaction to the 2016 election.
BadRabbit malware, Russian phishing, and more of the week's top security news.
Amazon's rugged, made-for-kids tablet is one of the better devices for soaking up some screen time.
It's a lot harder to sell electric cars without that $7,500 federal tax credit.
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