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Wednesday January 16, 2019. 03:00 PM
In wildfire-prone cities and towns, increasingly worried residents are banding together to prevent future disasters.
A bot trained to beat poker stars could offer strategic lessons to generals simulating a future war.
New tabletop sensors could be sensitive enough to glimpse gravitational waves and even dark matter particles.
You probably won’t enjoy reading about President Trump getting it on with Mike Pence (or Putin, or Shrek), but you’re not really supposed to.
From potential nation state hacks to a brain drain, the shutdown has done nothing good for cybersecurity.
Facebook told investors it expects to spend $10 million annually on security for CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
By joining forces, the major automakers have each diversified their self-driving portfolios.
On the anniversary of the remarkable crash landing, remember just how quickly it all happened.
Opinion: The 2009 vs. 2019 profile picture trend may or may not have been a data collection ruse to train its facial recognition algorithm. But we can't afford to blithely play along.
Tuesday January 15, 2019. 10:54 PM
Think Peter Parker got dusted for good in 'Infinity War'? Think again.
Not to make this about politics or walls or borders or displacement, but the Australian pop singer's new song is all about politics and walls and borders and displacement.
The egg feels absurd, but it’s part of a viral playbook we’ve seen before.
Opinion: GPS-monitored violent offenders are 95 percent less likely to commit a new crime. We need to implement an integrated, nationwide domestic violence program that tracks domestic abusers.
The company needs more cash for content and global expansion—and it's still cheaper than a lot of streaming services.
There are much better ways to generate electricity than this proposed scheme in Egypt, but here's how it would theoretically work.
Ralph Gibson, who’s been shooting analog since 1956, highlights the qualities inherent to digital photography in this new show, 'Digital Color.'
The Adapt BB isn't just an impressive riff on a sci-fi dream—it's a lightweight, NBA-ready kick that's ushering in a new age of smart footwear.
People love ‘Oumuamua because it's an antidote to our cosmic loneliness. And that's OK!
Games like the now-remastered 2001 title may have disappeared, but their plainness is an appealing antidote to today's excesses.
The concept teased at the Detroit Auto Show is the first step in a new way of winning drivers over to batteries and motors.
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