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Wednesday August 29, 2018. 01:00 PM
When the grid goes out, gray-market generators power up to keep the Wi-Fi running and laptops charged.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase stores its customers' bitcoin offline, using an elaborate process that breaks apart encryption codes and stores them on paper.
Researchers report that ketamine may be working on the brain’s opioid system. The study is small, but if replicated, the findings could have big implications for the treatment of depression.
It's been four decades since Lego's little plastic people first walked off the assembly line.
Tuesday August 28, 2018. 08:59 PM
A sentence-by-sentence breakdown of Trump's recent tweets about the search giant reveal why Google is his most convenient target.
The real reasons why these frothy, fatty drinks are so devilishly addictive.
The Facebook-owned platform launches robust two-factor authentication and now has a more transparent user verification system.
Atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass coined the word 'smokestorm' to describe city-choking air conditions. Here's what he says we need to do to prevent another one.
CEO naiveté is not a credible excuse for letting fake news and harassment flourish on your platform.
Master the new UI faster than you can say “automatic migration.”
Throughout the week, we'll be reckoning with the state of romance in an on-demand world.
The Silicon Valley startup believes in the promise of personal air transport, but it's not waiting for advanced tech to materialize to put its tech into the air.
Social experiments like 'Are You the One?' meld fact and fantasy into something that's more like the real thing than you might expect.
Communicating has never been easier, but there are still limits to the intimacy we can experience with conventional technology.
The decision not to take his automaker private doesn't do much to shield the CEO from a reported SEC investigation, and shareholders who say his unexpected tweet cost them money.
Monday August 27, 2018. 05:00 PM
An attempt to replicate some of the decade's best research shows some of it … doesn’t.
Transcriptome sequencing technologies are opening the doors to a new era of cellular discovery, and not just in the brain.
Enter the studio where Love Hultén synthesizes fine woodcraft and hand-wired electronics into musical works of art.
Kelly Marie Tran wrote an op-ed for 'The New York Times,' proving she's the leader the movement needs.
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