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Wednesday October 24, 2018. 08:06 PM
Devices that might be explosives targeting Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, CNN, and more all are caught before reaching their final destinations. Here's how.
A new class of robots, called FlyCroTugs, can lift objects 40 times their weight, using design ideas borrowed from wasps and geckos.
New research finds Nicaraguans and Hondurans are less likely to choose to crash into fit people, and those from Japan or Indonesia would rather spare the lawful. But developers say the moral quandary just isn’t very helpful.
The synthetic biology company has opened a new foundry to churn out mammal cells, first for drug development, and later to build potentially anything at all.
A leaked memo that proposes to eliminate protections for transgender individuals, in part by relying on genetic testing, is deeply problematic.
It's Halloween! Time to stay in, eat someone else's candy, and fire up some horror classics.
These 'boda-boda' drivers teamed up with a photographer and fashion designer to complete their signature looks.
These are the best instant cameras you can buy this year
A new breed of start-ups aim to make a pile of money from doing good, assisted by thought leaders, foundations, and the guileless public.
Amid concerns over how much data the company collects, Google will make it easier to understand exactly what it knows about you.
Children's car seats are heavy, bulky, and potentially toxic. Wayb wants to fix that.
Netlify lets customers tap multiple cloud computing providers, and wants to connect cloud services to static webpages.
Wondering why someone was flying the decades-old T-6 Texan that crash landed in Agoura Hills? Simply put, it's a blast.
A migrant caravan traveling through Mexico is the latest news event to be weaponized online.
Tuesday October 23, 2018. 11:33 PM
The NBA star's move to Los Angeles places his late-career basketball prospects squarely behind his cultural legacy.
Like so many other internet misdeeds, the notorious Triton malware appears to have originated in Moscow.
The company has spent the equivalent of $12 million on political and issues ads across Facebook and Instagram since May, more than politicians like Beto O'Rourke and Donald Trump.
Today Facebook is revealing its Messenger app's redesign, which has a bubbly vibe that a former intern dreamed up at his parents' house.
By partnering with Reddit, Patreon hopes it can convert more Redditors into patrons, helping them discover and support creators on the platform.
At our recent 25th-birthday celebration, we convened a who's-who of approachable machines for the friendliest robot uprising imaginable.
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