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Thursday January 18, 2018. 09:52 PM
What exactly is happening when you wash your clothes with fatty acid salts in a candylike package?
Microsoft and Alibaba claimed software could read like a human. There's more to the story than that.
Blood tests can detect eight of the most common cancers—but their accuracy still isn’t high enough to be used clinically.
New research advances techniques for finding and exploiting known vulnerabilities in IoT devices automatically.
With impressive noise cancelling and sound, Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC are the perfect travel buddy.
ESL is bringing two of its leagues exclusively to Facebook Watch. Are no-scope 360 headshots the new 'meaningful interaction'?
The food media outlet plunks its first product, an app-controlled induction burner, on your countertop.
Both CES and the Detroit Auto Show happen early in the year, and while they suggest an electric and autonomous future, there’s mileage left in gas.
When temperatures drop below -6 degrees F, engineers in Manitoba will bring the freeze to Boeing's new engine.
Apple said it will pay an estimated $38 billion in tax to bring back to the US some of the $252 billion it has stashed overseas, following passage of the new tax law.
YouTube has taken new steps to limit who can profit from views—which may leave the next generation of creators in the lurch.
Wednesday January 17, 2018. 11:58 PM
Labo is a set of cardboard, build-it-yourself accessories for Nintendo's super-popular Switch gaming console.
Entrepreneurs are selling VCs a vision of cheap, surgery-free cancer screening based on blood tests, even before symptoms appear.
When researchers put a popular criminal justice algorithm up against a bunch of Mechanical Turks, they came out about even.
Researchers claim they’ve reduced the uncertainty in a key metric of climate change by 60 percent. That could have implications for how humanity arrives at climate goals like it did in Paris.
A discussion about diversity in product design with Google's Lilian Rincon. Recorded live at CES 2018.
Just put on this goofy helmet, and the car could know what you'll do before you do it.
Set up an intersection the wrong way, and an oncoming car can be completely blind to an approaching biker—with fatal consequences.
Starting with an $11 billion investment and an SUV to rival Tesla's Model X, called the Mach 1.
For years it's been the stuff of science fiction. Now NASA's shown that pulsar navigation works.
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