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Sunday May 5, 2019. 02:00 PM
Marcia Brady’s pro-measles platform has become a staple of the antivax community—because everyone should take medical advice from a '60s sitcom.
If you give graphene a twist, you get superconductivity—and many giddy physicists, all clamoring to work in the new field of twistronics.
Security firms are increasingly touting application shielding as an important layer of defense. But it may be better suited to DRM.
Microsoft's developer conference kicks off with a keynote address at 8:30 am PT on Monday, May 6. Watch it here.
Saturday May 4, 2019. 05:17 PM
May the Fourth Be With You as you read this analysis of every time a Jedi used The Force to jump higher than a normal person could.
Plus impact craters, a Martian sunset, and a view of Uranus.
Recent comments from the author caused some sci-fi fans to bristle. He says he was misunderstood.
Hacking big companies, building a better voting machine, and more security news this week.
Stay safe and text your friends and family from every corner of the globe with these satellite messengers (and a beacon) on the Iridium and Globalstar networks.
Celebrate Star Wars Day with by picking up a lightsaber, Legos, and more.
The franchise feels stuck in the past. Let's observe this May Fourth by considering the future. Face forward, True Believers.
Catch up on the most important news today in 2 minutes or less.
A report says Facebook is seeking investors for its planned cryptocurrency, and merchants who might accept the virtual coin.
Trevor Paglen’s highly anticipated space sculpture made it to orbit, but a shutdown-induced lag at the FCC kept it from inflating as intended.
Friday May 3, 2019. 05:00 PM
The host of the new Discovery show 'Savage Builds' and author of the new book 'Every Tool’s a Hammer' joins us to talk about the joy and agony of making things.
A new exhibition charts the history of moon photography—just in time for the 50th anniversary of the NASA mission.
Also, Microsoft's trash talk guidelines are great.
Half of injuries to 190 scooter riders in Austin last fall were to the head; only one of the injured riders was wearing a helmet.
Organs on a chip were created to expedite the process of drug discovery. Sending them to the International Space Station can speed things up even more.
When animated boobs are everywhere, it helps to have a woman in charge.
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