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It's time to catch up on the classics. Here's where to start.
Human eyes are sort of dumb—but you can trick them into being smart.
As long as you've got the exact right number of urinals.
As St. George, Utah grows, it will have to cut down on its high water consumption or pay handsomely for it—or both.
Technologists have devised a variety of ways in which lithium batteries can be tweaked to improve battery density, and maybe more importantly, battery safety.
At best, thermometer-wielding guards waste resources; at worst they slow aid and supplies. So why do we still build checkpoints?
And five communications satellites from Iridium are piggybacking on the ride.
You're not working in VR or watching robotrucks rumble down the highway yet. But the future is coming, and we should be ready.
The Boring Company CEO makes a lot of promises about advancing tunneling and clearing congestion, but not everyone buys in.
Startups—and big companies like IBM and Walmart—are betting that blockchain technology will change how goods travel around the world.
A new processor vulnerability known as Speculative Store Bypass could expose user data on a huge swath of devices.
The ruling legitimizes agreements, widely used by tech companies, that prevent workers from filing lawsuits and are blamed for perpetuating sexual harassment.
Now that Wade Wilson has cleaned up all those pesky loose ends, what's next for the X-Universe?
For one photographer, Mary Shelley's sci-fi novel is more relevant than ever.
Seakeeper's gyroscopic system counteracts a boat's natural motion to keep you and your seasick friends from rocking with the waves.
Urban planners can ditch those outdated layouts and transform the city into a joyful mess of throughways and byways optimized not for cars but for people.
Employees at Google are protesting a Pentagon contract. But there are few signs of unrest over CIA deals at Amazon and Microsoft.
'Westworld' is artful, intelligent, and sleek. Warm and relatable? Not so much.
The White House chief of staff's comments about immigration had a lot of people online talking last week.
Opinion: Rep. John K. Delaney argues that if the United States wants a prosperous economy, it needs a national plan for artificial intelligence.