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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 10:09 PM
Cloaked in the guise of making the world a better place, the cryptocurrency project is really another attempt to go big or go home.
By turning declassified images into a 3D model, scientists find that the mountain range's glaciers are melting twice as fast as before 2000.
New car owners report fewer problems than in past years. But infotainment systems are proving troublesome.
A new robot lionfish uses a rudimentary vasculature and “blood” to both energize itself and hydraulically power its fins.
No matter what you feel about 'You Need to Calm Down,' you're probably playing directly into her hands.
Google's Private Join and Compute will let companies compare notes without divulging sensitive information.
The latest Olympus TG is a go-anywhere camera that soars where smartphones crash.
A nonprofit called Thorn is using Amazon Rekognition to scan online ads for underage sex-trafficking victims.
With wildfires intensifying, the number of burn victims is likely to rise. But hospitals have been losing their burn treatment expertise, leaving the country unprepared.
Genius says it caught Google red-handed. Then the evidence disappeared. The real story is even more complicated.
Walk up to one of Daniel Rozin's 'mechanical mirrors' and see yourself reflected back in rippling waves of light and shadow.
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Tuesday June 18, 2019. 10:49 PM
More and more companies are skipping E3 and other industry conventions. They might be missing out.
SpaceX will soon launch weather-prediction satellites that track how GPS signals bend as they travel through the atmosphere.
“It’s just hair, but it’s more than that. Every culture has held meaning in hair.'
The flooding that struck the Midwest is just one way climate change is causing plants to fail, complicating life for the region's growers.
Was *The Bachelor*'s Colton Underwood jumping over a fence the biggest thing online in the last year? Uh, maybe?
Former cybersecurity officials warn against a path of aggression that could inflame cyberwar rather than deter it.
Simone Giertz hacked her Model 3 into a ride she calls the 'Truckla,' and it does donuts.
Opinion: China's e-biking masses offer a model for our struggling scoot-scape
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