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The Italian Futurists praised invention, modernity, speed, and disruption. Sound familiar?
Our review of Marmot's new EvoDry jacket with Aquavent tech—a high-performance rain jacket manufactured without dumping carcinogens in groundwater.
A study finds that tech job listings are growing faster in established hubs, like Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Austin, than elsewhere, even as competition increases.
Blockstack is proposing an unprecedented initial coin offering under an SEC rule that would allow it to sell shares to small investors.
Diamond mines in Canada have a short window in which to truck in their equipment—satellite sensors could help ice roads keep on truckin’.
An emerging fault system along the Nevada border is shaking up the tech industry’s latest frontier—and only a small group of scientists is paying attention.
One of the leading misinformation experts in the world has a few ideas for how everyone can help stop the spread of inaccuracies online.
In a new video, a team of robo-puppers pulls a truck as if it were a sled. Here's how to estimate these SpotMinis' pulling force and the friction involved.
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Candidates like Pete Buttigieg and Andrew Yang are big on Twitter, but they still trail other Democrats when it comes to cash.
Investigators from the New York district attorney's office stumbled across dark web drug vendor "sinmed" thanks to suspicious ATM transactions.
When an unborn baby is diagnosed with a life-threatening defect, it can be devastating. So some scientists hope to treat the fetus in the uterus using gene editing.
The megastar has always been able to command the internet's attention. And yet she's managed to exceed her reach once again.
A mysterious new group called Sea Turtle targeted 40 organizations in a DNS hijacking spree.
Hollywood’s take on bitcoin wasn’t expected to be nuanced. What’s surprising is that the movie Crypto is not entirely off-target.
Bigger turbines, taller towers, and longer cables are making offshore wind farms more attractive than ever before.
The 62-year-old typeface that's used everywhere from subway signs to corporate branding has been updated for the 21st century.
Lyft's Motivate subsidiary pulled its e-bikes from New York, Washington, and San Francisco after riders reported injuries resulting from unexpectedly strong front brakes.
Across North America, tainted opioids are killing people who use drugs. Vancouver’s Mark Tyndall says we should start dispensing safer pills using high-tech machines.
The two industry giants had just begun a trial in a convoluted dispute related to the way Qualcomm charges others to use its technology.