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Researchers at Google finally seem to have a quantum computer that can outperform a classical computer. Here's what that really means.
Samsung’s latest Galaxy sports watch is a little bigger and a little more expensive than the last one.
From rogue USB sticks to Chrome extensions gone wild, here is a quick guide to some basic risks you should look out for.
Electric cars run on 400 volts or more. So automakers are designing systems to protect EMTs and others from exposed wires following a collision.
By weaning their infants off breast milk, mothers may have helped early European farming populations expand.
Two twin probes from the 1970s sent back some of our first images from Saturn and Jupiter.
FCC comment bots, a "bulletproof" hosting takedown, and more of the week's top security news.
Author Christopher Brown's new novel centers on a lawyer struggling to defend political prisoners.
You can choose a specific temperature for your pancakes, but in a serious design flaw, the cooking surface heats unevenly.
Mechanized combat and photography grew up together. In the Iraqi city of Mosul, they merged.
Researchers are using 1/10th-size models to test self-driving technology more cheaply and easily than full-size vehicles.
It's the first weekend of October. Time to get your Halloween jitters on.
The payment company was to be one of the 28 founding members of the Libra Association. Its departure reflects concerns of other financial players.
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Rejoice, PC users. You're getting your cowboy game. Yee—and we can't stress this enough—haw.
The series is not likely to be some rogue outlier show that can't quite take off; it's the streaming giant's new normal.
Larry Page's aviation outfit, helmed by Sebastian Thrun, built the Heaviside with eight motors and a big wing to help generate lift.
A revelation from Microsoft offers a chilling reminder that Russia is not the only country interested in swaying the 2020 election.
A new docuseries digs into the existential promise and peril of the gene-editing revolution.
Opinion: Platform giants need to meet the public interest standard, just like broadcast media.