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Sunday January 6, 2019. 01:00 PM
The fabric of space-time may get its robustness from a network of quantum particles, according to a principle called quantum error correction.
Saturday January 5, 2019. 03:00 PM
A rogue PewDiePie fan, Marriott hack details, and more of the week's top security news.
The latest edition of 'The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy' proves it.
It's like an Oscars-Emmys mashup, but with better taste and more alcohol. Here's how to tune in, TV or not.
We start with a view of Earth, then speed out past the Kuiper Belt into deep space.
A new shiny thing called XR—an umbrella term encompassing augmented, virtual, and mixed reality technologies—is the industry's new favorite buzz word.
In 2018, all we wanted was tea and sympathy. But by the look of Twitter, 2019’s vibe is slanting towards dogged, intentional improvement.
From smart speakers to PopSockets, we have your weekend shopping covered.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says there’s an easy way to fix the Canarsie Tunnel without shutting down the line for several years. And it’s already been used in other cities.
Organizers and transit companies wonder how the averted shutdown will affect its silver lining: the city's plans to rethink its transportation system.
Friday January 4, 2019. 11:25 PM
Yes, China recently landed there, but you're kind of asking the wrong question.
Scientific publishers charge so much that even Harvard can’t afford it anymore. A new publishing infrastructure could help.
Hundreds of German politicians who have had their private digital lives exposed online are victims of a hacking campaign with unclear motives.
For many users, white-on-black displays offer relief from the eyestrain of reading dark text on a light background all day.
By sitting flush against the wall when you don't need it, and tilting any which way when you do, the Space Monitor adds some Marie Kondo to your workspace.
Plus unfortunate controversy in the competitive 'Overwatch' scene, a publishing giant goes on the market, and more gaming news.
Kevin Cooley nearly lost his house to the La Tuna fire, LA's biggest wildfire in recent history, but he captured these extraordinary images.
Opinion: It's time to restore the open source, community-led ethos of the original internet—with crypto.
A former Obama advisor says we’ll work alongside the machines—but we also need to be smarter about apprenticeships and job retraining.
Like others before it, Apple must navigate a shift from selling devices to selling content and services like the App Store.
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