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Friday September 1, 2017. 02:00 PM
Grab a weissbier and a currywurst and take a look at our favorite gadgets from IFA in Berlin.
Opinion: Computer science academics refute the former Google engineer's views on women in tech
Despite the proliferation of electronic medical records, patients still have trouble accessing their history when it matters most.
Don't put it off. You should read that textbook now—or you're not getting your money's worth out of your education.
Thursday August 31, 2017. 11:55 PM
For example, 54,794 copies of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do.”
Why a strong and open internet became 'a top thing' for Tim Cook and co.
Houston’s music, like the city itself, is a sprawl of possibility and community—and a deluge didn't change that.
The terribly-named LF-S50G combines a banging speaker with the power of Google Assistant.
The logistical challenge of returning to normalcy is just beginning.
Getting a bipedal robot to not fall on its face, much less walk, is a feat that no one has mastered. But roboticists are getting there.
Acousticians have measured the mouth-clicks of expert echolocators, turning them into computer-generated signals.
Three phones, one watch, and a whole lotta Tim Cook.
The machine merges ink jet tech with 3-D printing.
It's that time of the year: time to spend your entire paycheck on cool new Star Wars stuff!
Rabbids, Ubisoft's toyetic Minion-esque mascots, are terrible. But their new game is actually pretty good.
The new Logitech Craft has a wheel on it that speeds up work in Adobe Creative Cloud.
Prepare for a future of small, electric, super cool cars.
A British photographer captured the moment a Tornado GR4 soared through a radiant band of ROYGBIV.
One security researcher reveals the secrets of simple gift card fraud.
If Harvey was the worst storm engineers could imagine, what happens when the next one is even worse?
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