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If you’re on the fence about folding bikes, try this one.
On YouTube, the personal moment has transformed from bare-bones confessional to something unabashedly public.
It’s tempting to mock last weekend’s Unite the Right rally as an abject failure. But doing so misunderstands how the group itself has been defining success for decades.
A new movement says that crypto-voting can purify democracy—and eventually eliminate the need for governments altogether.
New analysis from mobile security firm Lookout shows that malware authors are taking full advantage of 'Fortnite' ditching the Google Play Store.
A band of activist-entrepreneurs is building a sensor network to warn when and where air strikes will hit—a constant threat under Bashar al-Assad's regime.
The proposed 3.6-mile route would take fans from the metro to the parking lot, saving them from hellish Los Angeles traffic.
What can the 14-person Digital Forensics Research Lab discover about fake news on Facebook that the billion-dollar company doesn't already know?
Jon H. Chu’s posh extravaganza is a movie of communal heart and necessary firsts.
A pair of clever studies show how the development of advanced social robots is far outpacing our understanding of how they’re going to make us feel.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is banking on decentralized identity to help it find long-term relevance.
Surf's up, dude.
Social media could help monitor air pollution that physical monitors miss.
Ladies and gentlemen, step right up and get your student discounts!
Defense Distributed sparked a controversy that has little to do with 3-D printing and everything to do with the tiny hunk of metal that makes a gun a gun.
The shark flick went huge, while 'Slender Man' wasted away—because not all internet movies are made alike.
In an exclusive interview, Sonos' chief product officer charts the company’s history and hints at where it could go in the future—like outside your house.
MoviePass' latest offer isn't for everyone, but there are other options. Here's a guide to what's right for you.
Femaleness, Asian-ness, even beauty—the Miss Asian Global pageant aims to celebrate qualities that are often barriers in Silicon Valley. But can it transport its contestants from sexist trope to beyond the bamboo ceiling?
A fight the CEO would have trouble winning, according to experts.