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Wednesday August 30, 2017. 01:00 PM
If your phone makes you crazy, can you really fix that with meditation apps like Calm and Headspace?
Note to Self’s Manoush Zomorodi is on a mission to reset our relationships with tech. That mission starts with boredom.
We're on the verge of a shift in how smart home devices clamor for our attention. Get ready for Amazon Alexa-enabled push notifications.
For the past five years, I've turned off social media in August and detoxed from the internet. This year was different.
I've allowed technology to give me an attention disorder. Here's what I'm doing to reclaim my focus.
Tuesday August 29, 2017. 10:50 PM
Aaron Cohen watched from a high-rise as Hurricane Harvey dropped 30 inches of rain in 48 hours.
Donald Trump's scorched-earth rhetoric pushes North Korea closer to the brink—and, maybe, the US closer to the negotiating table.
The videogame developer takes costuming needs into consideration when designing characters for its popular series.
The Gulf is warmer and the winds are changing. Which is why researchers expect more high-pressure anomalies like Hurricane Harvey.
Even vertical video!
Along with the developer toolkit, Google's launching an experimental browser to let anyone make AR-capable websites.
The mail-order DVD company turned streaming behemoth turns 20 today, but its watershed moments go far beyond 8/29/97.
Cats falling from super-high heights have a greater chance of survival than low-rise falls. That depends on two things: air resistance and apparent weight.
A tasty, vital effort to understand how people interact with driverless technology.
A vulnerability in hotel keycard locks was a security disaster—and a huge opportunity for one burglar.
Teams from around the world showed there's no wrong way to build futuristic transportation.
As Hurricane Harvey wreaks havoc on Southeast Texas, crucial cellular networks remain largely stable, reflecting progress since Katrina.
It's time to make some changes.
There are a lot of factors at play here.
The only way to take them out? Dish soap.
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