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Tuesday April 30, 2019. 03:51 PM
Securepairs.org is pushing back against a tech industry that wants independent repair legislation to be scary.
Future Fertility, the first company to use artificial intelligence to grade the viability of women’s harvested eggs for use in IVF or for freezing, unveils its system.
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The platform has helped artists and founders collectively raise over $4 billion for a variety of art projects, movies, hardware startups, and naughty board games.
On Tuesday, Facebook's F8 developer conference will kick off with a Zuckerberg keynote. You can watch it right here.
A third major home robotics outfit shuts down in a year. Why is it so hard to build a companion droid that everyone wants?
Airbnb announces a move into hotels at the same time that Marriott reportedly plans to get into home sharing.
The Department of Labor says workers for one company are sufficiently independent to be considered contractors, in a move that could ripple across the gig economy.
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A self-taught coder dedicated a CPU core to performing continuous computations for three years to crack the puzzle, beating a competing team by mere days.
Monday April 29, 2019. 09:32 PM
How could anything matter now?
Privacy advocates worry that a slate of proposed changes to the California Consumer Privacy Act may impede the law's effectiveness.
The FAA just gave Google spinoff Wing permission to start deliveries, and cool new tech keeps the buzzy birds flying. But (of course) challenges remain.
Does it really matter if Arya Stark is the Princess Who Was Promised?
If you're going up against an army of the undead, maybe plan a little better.
And you thought you could maneuver out of dangerous situations.
It has made more than $1 billion worldwide already.
You can make a simple water heater using a battery and a wire—here's how.
As vaccine hesitancy grows, some individuals are responding by volunteering to take part in experimental vaccine trials.
Meet Jenny 8. Lee, an advocate who urges inclusion and representation in emoji, and a subject of the new emoji documentary, “Picture Character.”
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