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Saturday January 26, 2019. 12:45 AM
The shutdown will have longterm effects, likely pushing aging air traffic controllers to retire and slowing the training of their replacements.
Friday January 25, 2019. 11:54 PM
Facebook's effort to combine its major chat platforms could create minefields for users who rely on end-to-end encryption.
YouTube wants to remove videos promoting conspiracy theories and other false claims from recommendations, but that’s easier said than done.
Swimmers (and triathletes) can't monitor their hydration as easily as other athletes do, but a new underwater sweat sensor offers a way.
When it comes to delivery robots, design is almost as important as function. Matt Simon and Arielle Pardes discuss Amazon’s new robot, Scout, on this week’s podcast.
The group behind the software program that conquered the board game Go beat a world champion at real-time-strategy videogame StarCraft II.
The indictment of longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone allegedly sheds new light on where the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks intersected.
In the trailer for *Spider-Man: Far From Home*, the villain Mysterio appears to form a giant monster out of water. Let's calculate how much power that would take.
Photographer Daniel Szalai uncovers the intensely regulated production of Novogen Whites, premier eggs used to test new vaccines.
The gaming device has always had fans, but Switch last month beat out Xbox and PlayStation, selling more than any other console in December this generation.
The second phone from the gaming hardware brand almost reaches the next level, but not quite.
The number of EVs on American roads is likely to triple in the next few years. Some places have more prep work to do than others.
To get to the bottom of how screens affect our mental health, we need to demand a lot more of the tech giants who possess our data.
David Carroll has been locked in a legal war to force the infamous company to turn over its files on him. He’s won a battle, but the struggle continues.
Thursday January 24, 2019. 11:56 PM
In a speech at Davos, financier and philanthropist George Soros warned of the dangers of combining government and corporate AI efforts.
A remake of the 1998 zombie thriller finds its tension in scarcity—and ever-more-powerful undead enemies.
The weed killer dicamba is emerging as a big culprit in the mass die-off of bees.
It could be technical issues or the government blocking Microsoft's search engine. Regardless, the service is back online.
CEO Sundar Pichai pledged to support workers who walked out, but his lawyers say that employees shouldn't be allowed to use company email to organize.
Opinion: The apocalyptic clock remains fixed at two minutes to midnight—as close as we've ever been to catastrophe. That's not close enough.
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