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Wednesday January 23, 2019. 06:25 PM
The Apple CEO wants to bring data brokers out of the shadows. Don't expect them to go quietly.
Using a small domino to topple a taller one, you could in theory take down a domino the size of a skyscraper. Here's how it would work.
Way more men than women are taking LA's Expo line, and new research helps explain why.
Researchers are beginning to explore how we might tweak wastewater treatment to capture CO2 instead of emitting it, slowing the ravages of climate change.
Thanks to the Super Bowl, every Sonos TV speaker for your home theater is discounted right now, including the Playbar, Playbase, Beam, and Sub.
Pop-out cameras! Foldable displays! Hole-punched notches! This year, phone-makers are swinging for the fences.
The all-seeing Amazon, Google, and Facebook have every incentive to help the national security state undermine privacy, free speech, and democracy. We’ve read this book before.
The French data regulator fines Google $57 million for not properly gaining user permission to personalize ads.
Today's svelte laptops, smartphones, and tablets may look nothing like the clunky machines of yesterday, but they owe them everything.
Tuesday January 22, 2019. 10:49 PM
In a new filing, the US Department of Labor says Oracle underpaid women and minorities at its headquarters complex by $400 million over four years.
When the tech giant helps Wikipedia, it’s also helping itself.
Unprecedented Oscar nods for Netflix and Hulu, 'American Gods' returns, and more of the week's top culture news
Fender's new American Acoustasonic Telecaster has a unique digital system onboard that gives it a tremendously varied sonic palette.
Visually impaired creators are a lifeline for those who share their disability—and they’re educating and making allies of sighted people along the way.
It's peak flu season, and almost 10 million people across the US have already been sickened by the virus.
The deluge of notifications. The crowded list of channels. If it's all too much, follow our guide to Slack happiness.
Monday January 21, 2019. 09:00 PM
A new study finds that male and female job seekers need different kinds of peer networks to get ahead.
Bucharest-born photographer Ioana Cîrlig documents the decline of former factory towns across the country.
Those films are made for theaters—and they'll stay that way.
The electric relay makes all kinds of household devices possible, but they don't get much love. Until now!
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