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Monday March 18, 2019. 08:19 PM
Apple's newest additions to its tablet line include a refreshed 10.5-inch iPad Air and a long-awaited update to the 7.9-inch iPad Mini. Also today, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro is no more.
Recommendation algorithms on sites like Facebook and YouTube can send users down rabbit holes, spread falsehoods, and foster conspiracy theories.
Photographer Mikayla Whitmore creates these images without any apps or effects filters.
Disney showed a bit of the next 'Star Wars' movie to shareholders. This guy tweeted about it.
We've all heard of the uncanny valley, in which realistic humanoid robots freak us out. But what might be even freakier is how those robots speak to us.
For the 2019 version of its Spectre x360 laptop, HP updates an already winning design and adds an exceptional 14-hour battery.
The owner of Exactis, a 10-person firm that exposed a database including nearly every American, tells the story of his company's downfall.
Sunday March 17, 2019. 02:00 PM
It was a 'server configuration change.' The word 'cats' is in there somewhere.
This week’s transportation news focused on two major stories: the investigation into the fatal crash of Ethiopian Flight 302 and Elon Musk’s reveal of Tesla’s new baby SUV.
Whether probing the evolution of galaxies or discovering new chemical compounds, algorithms are detecting patterns no humans could have spotted.
When you work inside people’s homes, things can quickly go from too friendly to creepy to outright sexual harassment.
Repercussions from the scandal swirling around the data analytics firm continue to be felt across the tech industry.
Saturday March 16, 2019. 03:00 PM
NASA is releasing some of its last samples from the lunar surface to scientists.
The presidential candidate's first constituency was Cult of the Dead Cow.
Sci-fi author Ben Bova thinks it's a viable alternative to prolonged, expensive lawsuits.
In the latest episode of 'Tech Effects,' we investigated how music gets into our brains—and our bodies.
Whether your weekend plans include relaxing in a beach chair or vacuuming your floor, we have a deal for you.
Opinion: Manufacturers are offering more repair options than ever before. But they still aren’t giving people the true freedom to fix what they want when they want.
Fraudulent and ineffective antivirus apps persist on the Google Play Store, and it's unclear whether they'll ever totally go away.
A sleek, lightweight way to track your activity, especially if you carry a Samsung phone.
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