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Sharp-shooting, herbicide-squirting machines from John Deere could cut farmers' chemical bills.
Wednesday September 6, 2017. 11:11 PM
In letter to staff, co-chair Jonathan Soros says attack on foundation was 'result of a targeted communications campaign'
Social network says it found $150,000 in political ads from 'inauthentic accounts' and Pages from Russia between 2015 and May 2017
Congress passed a bipartisan bill to encourage testing of autonomous vehicles in all 50 states.
NASA's Juno mission overturns widely held scientific assumptions—again.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies plans to build a route connecting Vijaywada and Amaravati in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The heroes of 'Absolver' are warriors without identity, which is a fitting metaphor for Sloclap's elaborate but barren new fighting game.
It all comes down to thrust.
This month, brickheads from all over will descend on Billund, Denmark to build with the best. Take a trip inside Lego House.
In her new book, Big Chicken, Maryn McKenna traces the evolution of antimicrobial resistance from poultry farms to hospital emergency rooms.
The company's new synthetic fill compresses like down, but stays warm and lofted when wet.
WeWork's strategy isn't about the free coffee or sappy slogans. It's about selling data on how work happens.
Will Twitter ever be fun again? More importantly, should it be?
The man behind MakerBot has a new desktop fabrication machine, and a new goal.
The man behind viral ads for Poo Pourri and the Squatty Potty is on an unexpected quest to scrub the profanity out of feature films.
Social programs like food stamps are desperately in need of innovation. A new wave of apps aims to fill that niche.
In a moment of crisis, South Korea's capital is becoming a leader in big data. It starts with a forward-thinking data visualization tool.
A year after Instagram killed its maps feature, Snapchat nailed it. The images coming in from Houston proved it.
Hackers who hit American utilities this summer had the power to cause blackouts, Symantec says. And yes, most signs point to Russia.
The redesigned electric car is back to challenge Tesla's Model 3 and Chevy's Bolt EV.
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