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Your smartphone's battery is not your life force—even if it feels that way.
Equity programs can help get those affected by the War on Drugs into the cannabis business. That's helped Shawn Richard win approval for the first legal weed shop in the famed Upper Haight.
WebAssembly was created by Mozilla to build applications for browsers, but it's increasingly finding a home in cloud computing centers.
The company's annual developer conference will be a showcase for its advances in AI, AR, Android, and more.
The annual developer conference kicks off at 10 am Pacific on May 7 in Mountain View, California.
Telsa says it will raise up to $2.7 billion in new capital, and Uber prepares for its IPO.
The president, his family, and company are trying to stop the banks from responding to congressional subpoenas.
Opinion: We need to invest in our crumbling infrastructure, and a good use of some of that money would be on robots, drones, and AI.
If you give graphene a twist, you get superconductivity—and many giddy physicists, all clamoring to work in the new field of twistronics.
Virtual reality is more accessible than ever, and these headsets can take you there, whether you want a stand-alone, room-scale, or PC-based experience.
Marcia Brady’s pro-measles platform has become a staple of the antivax community—because everyone should take medical advice from a '60s sitcom.
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.
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.
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.
The franchise feels stuck in the past. Let's observe this May Fourth by considering the future. Face forward, True Believers.
Celebrate Star Wars Day with by picking up a lightsaber, Legos, and more.
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