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Thursday July 20, 2017. 09:59 PM
This permanent campaign appears to be pretty good for Trump's bottom line.
Twitter has vowed to make harassment a priority, and today issued its 6-month progress report. But the company could still use more transparency in how it responds to abuse.
Everything should be going great for the microchip powerhouse. Here's why they're not.
Tuna owe their agility to a newfound hydraulic system that allows them to raise and lower some specialized fins.
World leaders should plan before they go meddling with the atmosphere.
Cops sent unsuspecting users scrambling from one dark web site's takedown to another site---that they controlled.
Square Enix's new re-release offers a rare chance to revisit a polarizing but brilliant game in fresh light.
We review drawing apps for the iPad Pro and Pencil. Two are free, the rest are between $5 and $8
The Human Support Robot makes its way into the real world, giving a paralyzed veteran extra independence.
Even the world's most stunning holy places are overrun with selfie-takers. Has Instagram officially made us all solipsists?
Another year, another crop of buzzy projects taking the wraps off for superfans. Here's what we're geeked on.
The giant floating laboratory is in the middle of a bit of a mid-life crisis.
From a hacked Google Glass to a VR-like headset, these are the devices empowering the blind.
Who cares about the Fire Phone flop? If Amazon doesn't make another phone, it'll squander its hard-won Alexa lead.
A collaboration between Google and transit tech company TransLoc could bring real-time transportation data to even more agencies.
Photographer Klaus Pichler documents the strange world of online esotericism.
With recognizable stars and a creative story, thriller podcast 'Homecoming' proves the medium has crossover potential.
Wednesday July 19, 2017. 11:38 PM
If you want to fix voting, don't investigate fraud. Improve the outdated, insecure tech.
Gun owners make up about 5% of Italy's population. But that doesn't mean they aren't enthusiastic.
Memories begin when your neurons respond to outside stimuli—and compound to rewire your brain.
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