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Friday March 22, 2019. 12:00 PM
President Carlos Alvarado Quesada explains Costa Rica's plan to ditch fossil fuels and how it could inspire others to do the same.
Solarized creator Ethan Schoonover sought colors that would look good together, have the same apparent brightness, and work on light and dark backgrounds.
It's all about the services.
The latest models don't just connect your door to you phone. Control these with your voice, and let them govern the gadgets in your smart home.
It may look like a stylish, minimalist timepiece but it tracks you steps and can detect if your heart skips a beat.
Add convenience and energy-saving perspective to your home with these intelligent gadgets.
From smart mattresses to aural headbands, devices claiming to deliver a more satisfying slumber keep materializing. Do we really need so much help?
Catch up on the most important tech news today in two minutes or less.
The electric car company says four former employees took proprietary information to their new jobs at Zoox. Oh, and Tesla sued an employee of another rival, too.
Thursday March 21, 2019. 11:50 PM
DNA computers have to date only been able to run one algorithm, but a new design shows how these machines can be made more flexible—and useful.
Facebook has disclosed that it stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plaintext, where employees could search them.
Gamer, vlogger, and sketch comic Mark Edward Fischbach—alias Markiplier, one of YouTube’s most successful stars—reflects on his seven years on the platform.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney knows exactly what he's doing with the battle royale juggernaut: charting a path to the virtual metaverse.
The Mouse House just took in a Fox and the ‘Masters of the Universe’ movie might've found its He-Man.
Photographer Anna Huix traveled to Tajikistan to document the centuries-old sporting tradition.
Automated gear changes, app-controlled suspensions, overtaking vehicle alerts, and more smart tech are here for the human-powered two-wheeler.
How tales of Edward Snowden and Albert Gonzalez possess an old Victorian in the Catskills.
Critics point out serious flaws in a study promising an 'online polygraph,' with potential to create deep biases.
From the Rose Bowl to upstate New York, people are turning to surveillance systems in the face America’s inability to meaningfully address gun violence.
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