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Thursday December 13, 2018. 12:00 PM
Unfettered genius. Unpredictable rages. Here's what it was like to work at Tesla as Model 3 manufacturing ramped up and the company's leader melted down.
Stan Lee, who died in November at the age of 95, turned comic books into art through his ability to empower others.
Here's everything you'll ever want to know about the spectrum, millimeter wave technology, and on why 5G could give China an edge in the AI race.
Wednesday December 12, 2018. 10:20 PM
After Michael Cohen's sentencing, plenty more people and entities in Trump's orbit potentially sit in the special counsel's crosshairs.
An analysis of 36 years of snowpack shows that the US's peaks are shrinking, and that means more wildfires, less drinking water... and less skiing.
It increasingly appears that China was behind the Marriott hack, making 2014 a landmark year in cyberattacks against the US.
Google's top AI researcher, Geoff Hinton, discusses a controversial Pentagon contract, a shortage of radical ideas, and fears of an 'AI winter.'
Making memes out of racist rants is not frivolous: It’s crafting a nuanced picture of American racism—and laughing at it.
Intel recently demonstrated Foveros, a method of stacking logic chips vertically that could reinvigorate Moore’s Law.
Come get your qubits! The builders of quantum computers want more coders to use their machines and figure out what they're actually good for.
This countertop oven toasts, bakes, reheats, broils, and steams—but the concept doesn't quite succeed.
For tech that can struggle to understand how humans drive, the communication-heavy, high-speed highway merge is no easy thing.
The messaging app owned by Facebook has become a major channel for hate speech and false stories in India. The government is demanding changes.
As the gaps in streaming libraries become greater, so does physical media's comeback story.
With each new device, we open up a legal conversation about privacy standards. Google Glass was a rare example of people pushing back.
Tuesday December 11, 2018. 11:48 PM
And some people are mad they didn't get one.
In an echo of the US in 2016, accounts linked to Russia and right-wing conspiracy theorists are spreading misinformation on Twitter.
The House Judiciary Committee spent more time on partisan squabbles than urgent questions around Google's data and privacy practices.
With the spread of self-driving technology, gimmicks like the Whopper Detour will become much more pervasive—and a little bit creepy.
Hashem Shakeri documents the loss of the Hamoun Wetlands in Sistan and Baluchestan Province*.
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