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Tuesday October 30, 2018. 02:00 PM
You want all the Halloween candy. A bit of data crunching will help you get it.
Individual acts like eating less meat or adopting solar power won't on their own save the planet, but they can inspire new social norms that lead to policy change.
CEO Marc Raibert shares the backstory of his company's viral videos and how the internet's favorite robot dog, SpotMini, came to be.
Follow Apple’s October 30 iPad Pro event in New York with our live news updates.
The Winning IBM Call for Code Team Wants to Provide Internet After Hurricanes
Monday October 29, 2018. 10:16 PM
'Sealed sender' gives the leading encrypted messaging app an important boost, hiding metadata around who sent a given message.
We're expecting new iPads and a new MacBook. Here’s how you can watch all the action, from wherever you are.
The outcomes of these contests could shape issues like net neutrality, data privacy, and the tech industry’s business practices for years to come.
After the Squirrel Hill massacre, the tech industry needs to grapple with a major question: Do platforms like Gab radicalize attackers?
Apple just plain refuses to give your wallet some rest.
Dogs have been trained to detect a dozen human diseases—most recently, malaria—but even these pups may ultimately find their jobs replaced by machines.
The threequel is often the most interesting installment of a long-running horror series, an attempt to break away from its predecessors—no matter how ridiculously.
Forget miles driven and disengagements. It's time for a new framework. We just need to figure out what that looks like.
Salesforce's Marc Benioff and Square's Jack Dorsey line up on opposite sides of a proposed tax on businesses to fund homeless programs.
A new report calls for more research into carbon capture tech. Problem, though: Who will pay to make it happen?
YouTube videos with millions of views. Nearly 5,000 bogus websites. V-Bucks scammers have gotten out of control.
The deal could bolster IBM's position in cloud computing.
Sunday October 28, 2018. 02:00 PM
From IEDs in the mail to the potential erosion of human rights, the internet had some scary things to discuss last week.
Plus: Paris gives cars le boot, scooters clean up their act, and more.
Download these apps and follow these tips to make sure your kid’s Halloween is all treat and no tricks.
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