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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 01:00 PM
Every issue the presidential hopefuls will debate this week is deeply tied to climate change. The question is what the candidates will do about it.
A bill introduced by senators Mark Warner and Josh Hawley would require big tech companies to disclose the data they collect and value it for each user.
The former Terminator and California governor poses as a sleazy car salesman and makes patently ridiculous arguments against going electric.
The cities, which include New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, will use the same tool to keep track of where scooters go, and where they are parked.
Tuesday June 25, 2019. 11:59 PM
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If only a staged performance were the answer to the country's problems.
Scientists have outfitted an army of Antarctic pinnipeds with trackers to monitor warming oceans.
He thought it was a result of the Sony hack.
*Holey Moley* forces mini-golfers to surmount an obstacle course to win. But the options for physics-inspired golf stunts are endless—here are a few ideas.
Low Earth orbit satellites spin around the earth, slurping up temperature and humidity data, and feeding the numbers to supercomputer weather models.
Enrollees—mainly engineers and health workers—pretend to live on Mars, wear spacesuits, and ride in ATVs as medical disasters crop up around them.
The very existence of Indoor Explorer, which uses Bluetooth beacons to map public indoor spaces, has profound implications for the debate over the role of giant tech platforms.
YouTube is full of channels for learning how people survived centuries ago. They might be the nicest places on the internet.
The FCC proposes to auction a portion of spectrum reserved decades ago for educational uses. Some education advocates aren't happy.
Apple's next mobile operating system is now available as a public beta. Here's what you need to know about iOS 13.
'Wizards Unite' is bloated and overly complex—but at least it's something different.
Screams by high schoolers didn't trigger the detector, but some coughs did. So did cheers for pizza.
In one case, they stole the location and call record data of 20 specific individuals.
Google sister company Sidewalk Labs outlines a plan for a 12-acre lot with affordable housing, a pneumatic tube for garbage, and room for autonomous vehicles.
The Curiosity rover detected a high concentration of methane on the red planet. Two Mars orbiters may soon clarify what that sighting really means.
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