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Friday January 5, 2018. 01:00 PM
The world’s internet infrastructure is vulnerable, but snipping a couple of lines is the least of your concerns.
Traditional antitrust law is ineffective against big tech companies, whose products often are free. Scholars and activists propose other ways to rein in Silicon Valley giants.
Bay Area residents were shaken awake by a 4.4 magnitude quake last night. But four people got warning notifications—and you could too.
The death of the four-year-old startup can't cool down the blazing hot mapping space.
Rolling back legal marijuana protections might sound harsh, but pot purveyors see little reason to worry for now.
Thursday January 4, 2018. 09:38 PM
The convenience of this sous vide cooker isn't worth the potential risk.
A new variety of robotic “muscle' uses oil-fueled pouches activated with electricity to flex.
For these VR gamers, the more immersive the experience, the greater the thrill.
While self-help as a genre can feel limited, a new class of digital counselors can feel impossible to ignore.
Mandela Schumacher-Hodge, who launched Founder Gym as an online resource for underrepresented entrepreneurs, talks about combating prejudice in tech.
When you don't have time or willpower, hack your self-improvement plans.
Opinion: A female engineer explains how to encourage talented girls to pursue careers in technology.
From vegan vlogger drama to Anthony Levandowski's church of artificial intelligence, 2017 was quite a year.
Critics of voter ID laws have had a difficult time proving their menace in court. A new algorithm could change that.
Aurora, founded by self-driving car superstars from Google, Tesla, and Uber, makes a big move toward commercialization.
Winter Storm Grayson isn't your typical bombogenerator, and more huge storms could follow.
Wednesday January 3, 2018. 11:57 PM
But things are getting better, CEO Elon Musk swears.
How important are password managers? Even their flaws double as reminders why you need one.
Still-unidentified researchers have found a critical chip flaw that developers are scrambling to patch in millions of computers.
Can fast-moving plastic sheets create an invisible wall? Maybe, maybe not. But you can definitely explore the electric effects of plastic on your own.
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