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Wednesday March 6, 2019. 12:00 PM
Criminologists thought it was impossible to get DNA off of shell casings, but a technique pioneered in The Netherlands is having notable results.
No one's better at hacking than the NSA. And now one if its powerful tools is available to everyone for free.
The same genetic defect used to cure two men of HIV was the target of unethical edits made by He Jiankui to produce the Crispr babies. New research on CCR5 suggests eliminating it in adults could be part of an ethical, practical cure.
Tuesday March 5, 2019. 11:20 PM
A new Mac security service called GamePlan uses a system's own indicators, and some videogame magic, to keep a lookout.
Big tech and big content have more in common than the copyright battles suggest—and that’s a problem for artists.
The Lesbians Who Tech summit creates community for folks who can feel marginalized in Silicon Valley.
How gameable recommendation systems mislead customers about health information.
It's also dishing out all the dragons you can handle.
For years, your dongle life has been a confusing mess. The comingling of USB4 and Thunderbolt 3 will (mostly) fix that for you.
“We are driving the same car in 2019 that we were driving in 2004, and the maintenance costs are mounting,” one South Carolina election official told researchers.
To take pressure off endangered lemurs, researchers are encouraging the people of Madagascar to embrace bugs as a source of protein.
The German automaker’s MPV has room for eight, 249 miles of range, and makes the kiddie karter look good.
A Google study found some male engineers were set to receive smaller raises this year. The finding comes amid analyses that the company discriminates against women.
Monday March 4, 2019. 11:24 PM
Google's Project Zero researchers find a potentially powerful privilege escalation trick in how Macs manage memory.
The new HBO Michael Jackson documentary challenges notions of believability.
Alphabet-owned Chronicle has announced Backstory, an effort to store network intelligence data and help trace cybersecurity incidents back to their roots.
Twitter plans to test a feature that will let tweeters hide replies, but allow other users to view them.
Some of those sequences are worth millions of dollars, but fortunately the hack isn’t easy to deploy—yet.
The Democrats’ sweeping new investigation into President Trump includes the now defunct consulting firm better known for misusing the Facebook data of tens of millions of Americans.
Also, the battle between Steven Spielberg and Netflix rages on, and fans could get an 'Edge of Tomorrow' sequel.
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