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Wednesday November 1, 2017. 02:00 PM
Because he also plays Korg, the stone-man gladiatorial fighter, in his new Marvel movie the director had to work in a slightly awkward outfit.
Fancy zippers and webbing don’t add up to a great bag.
Google's Geoff Hinton helped catalyze the current AI boom and says he knows how to make machines smarter at understanding the world.
A provocative design concept from the studio Teague asks questions about burgeoning tech.
Remembering Lance Braithwaite's career in an industry that barely remembers him.
As artificial intelligence reshapes law enforcement, healthcare, education and more, tech firms need to widen their data lens.
It's Facebook, Twitter, and Google testifying this week, but all of the industry is in the docket.
While an electromagnetic pulse attack could cause plenty of trouble, don't expect one to come from North Korea.
In season battered by hurricanes like Harvey and Maria, scientists are racing to figure out why superstorms are likely to develop with greater frequency and intensity.
The Meta 2 isn't ready for everyday office work yet—but when it works, it's still a remarkable gadget.
Senators grill executives of Facebook and Twitter, then take to Facebook and Twitter to crow about it.
In first of three congressional hearings, senators attack tech companies for letting Russians target Americans online before 2106 election.
Tuesday October 31, 2017. 08:00 PM
A long-lasting, easy-to-use, fitness-minded smartwatch.
Stephen Paddock's brain is being sent to Stanford, where a pathologist will dissect his brain in search of answers. Nobody thinks it's going to work.
On the platform's breakout show, a would-be basketball dynasty's patriarch has used reality TV to take back the reins of his narrative.
This tiny video camera perfects your footage after you shoot it with state-of-the-art software.
Our favorite gadgets, from smart speakers to fancy laptops.
After Sandy, climate-resilient design is on the rise. Museums, seeking to protect their priceless art, are on the cutting edge.
As the Trump administration reups an anti-hacking agreement with China, security researchers say China is inching its toes up to that red line.
Executives from Facebook, Google, and Twitter will testify to three congressional committees about Russia and the 2016 election.
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