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Sunday June 24, 2018. 01:00 PM
Computer scientists have been searching for years for a type of problem that a quantum computer can solve but that any possible future classical computer cannot. Now they’ve found one.
Saturday June 23, 2018. 03:30 PM
A good week for privacy, an alleged leaker indicted, and more security news this week.
AMC's new show, which depicts the doomed Franklin expedition to the Arctic, is the right kind of historical fiction.
Sony's full-frame sensor is the stuff of a silicon junkie's dreams.
The game's magic lies in its self-contained arc—which translates to an almost perfect mobile experience.
Mars, along with parts of Earth, is covered in what are called barchan dunes—features shaped into crescents by wind activity. Crank up the saturation in the photo and they look amazing.
Six current and former Fitbit employees are accused of stealing trade secrets from rival company Jawbone.
We know a lot about how smartphones and social media affect our brains, but dreams are more mysterious.
We found some great deals on Moto phones, Apple devices, robot vacs, wireless headphones, and more
We dug through the permits Elon Musk's automaker filed for the right to start building Model 3 sedans in a semi-permanent tent outside its Fremont factory.
The squeaky butterfly switch gets the grease.
Friday June 22, 2018. 10:24 PM
New offers from consumer genetic testing companies raise more questions than they answer.
With a new long-form video app called IGTV, Instagram is giving us a glimpse of our vertical-video future.
Lawmakers in California have introduced a sweeping privacy bill that could reign in the power of their Silicon Valley neighbors.
After mismanaging digital-payments company Clinkle, Lucas Duplan has resurfaced with a venture fund of his own.
Thanks to Carpenter v. United States, the government will now generally need a warrant to obtain your cell site location information.
Photographer Giuseppe Nucci documents cosmists, transhumanists, and cryonicists in Russia.
A new group formed by MIT's Media Lab and IEEE thinks artificial intelligence should complement human endeavors, not just serve the corporate bottom line
Researchers get a robotic prosthesis to feel pain. But is that something amputees would even want?
The next generation of LGBTQ pop artists knows what it stands for. And when you’re producing songs people have been waiting a long time to hear, word spreads fast.
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