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A report says Facebook is seeking investors for its planned cryptocurrency, and merchants who might accept the virtual coin.
Trevor Paglen’s highly anticipated space sculpture made it to orbit, but a shutdown-induced lag at the FCC kept it from inflating as intended.
The host of the new Discovery show "Savage Builds" and author of the new book "Every Tool’s a Hammer" joins us to talk about the joy and agony of making things.
A new exhibition charts the history of moon photography—just in time for the 50th anniversary of the NASA mission.
Also, Microsoft's trash talk guidelines are great.
Half of injuries to 190 scooter riders in Austin last fall were to the head; only one of the injured riders was wearing a helmet.
These devices work like a portable refrigerator, drawing power from AC or DC power (like the 12-volt plug in your car) to keep your food cool and dry.
Organs on a chip were created to expedite the process of drug discovery. Sending them to the International Space Station can speed things up even more.
The city that fought AT&T to open its cable lines in the 1990s is now considering a publicly owned open-access fiber network.
When animated boobs are everywhere, it helps to have a woman in charge.
A group of likely Chinese hackers has poisoned the software of seven companies in just the last three years.
Researchers are using artificial intelligence techniques to create puns. Today's aren't so funny, but tomorrow's might be better.
Architects' pitches for how to restore Notre Dame are spurring a debate over when to hew to tradition and when to, say, put a beehive in the spire.
Here’s what we learned, including some surprises, in year one.
A pilot project to test the DNA of migrant families raises concerns about the rise of a genetic surveillance state.
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Alex Jones, Infowars, Laura Loomer and Milo Yiannopoulos are expelled from Facebook and Instagram, but the ban's rollout went awry.
Facebook is using artificial intelligence to police offensive speech and other tasks. But the technology brings its own unintended consequences.
Groups like Anonymous are still trying to make waves in Sudan and elsewhere, but the old tools don't work as well as they used to.
Sophie Turner wed Joe Jonas at A Little White Wedding Chapel. Also, Jaden Smith might play Kanye West in a new show.