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Monday July 2, 2018. 04:00 PM
Photographer Charlie Sin turns flares into flora.
Unsurprisingly, the answer is complicated.
For years the Army has tried to recruit talent from Silicon Valley. A new initiative aims to nurture the rising technologists within its own ranks, too.
Cellular agriculture has the potential to protect animal welfare and curb global warming; Joi Ito, a former vegan, grapples with the future of meat.
How exactly do you obliterate potentially tens of thousands of pounds of cannabis across the state? Not unlike how you get rid of yard trimmings.
Booking Holdings, the company formerly known as Priceline, is spending liberally on advertising ahead of Airbnb's expected IPO next year.
Several products claim to repair DNA damage inflicted by UVB rays. What's the science behind them?
Sunday July 1, 2018. 08:44 PM
A mysteriously dropped manuscript and the never-ending hunt for bitcoin's inventor.
The Supreme Court justice's announcement last week caused a lot of chatter on social media.
Plus: VW climbs a mountain, robo-cars deliver groceries, and more from the molting world of transportation.
Opinion: Two Members of Congress argue that government websites must modernize to meet the needs of today's citizens.
Unlike popular self-reported salary sites like Glassdoor or Stack Overflow, Option Impact is reserved for elite users—VCs and the executives at the startups they back.
New results emerging from graph theory prove that the way a population is organized can guarantee the eventual triumph of natural selection—or permanently thwart it.
As directors like Steven Soderbergh and Sean Baker have shown, you can conjure movie magic with an iPhone.
Saturday June 30, 2018. 05:46 PM
Did an owl do it? Plus: The world's biggest crypto scandal and the physicists who watched a clock tick for 14 years.
Data leaks, NSA secrets, and more of this week's top security news.
Sci-fi author Peter Watts' short story is a take on John Carpenter's movie told from the alien's point of view.
The thriving erotic-gaming industry that originated in Japan is now going global. Time to boot up your XXXbox.
Plus: Our reviews of the Amazon Fire TV Cube, Google Podcasts, and Fujifilm Instax Square SQ6.
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