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The Netflix series is far and away the best original show of the past two years—but its existential thrust guaranteed that not everyone would be happy with the ending.
Activists, entrepreneurs, and doctors in the US and Canada are working to decriminalize psilocybin psychotherapy and calling for a psychedelic revolution.
A new, extra-beefy SpaceX rocket is undergoing testing in Texas. Formerly called the BFR, Starship is designed to ferry up to 100 humans to Mars.
The special counsel's indictments have so far stopped short of tying Trump and his associates to a broader conspiracy, blanks that will eventually get filled in.
Yeah, let's just talk about the furs.
Caryn Marooney is the latest in a series of high-profile departures from Facebook's communications department at a time when the company is perpetually under siege.
Welcome to the Age of Kidfluencers. It's not as weird as you think.
Going digital could make the 2020 census more inclusive and efficient, but experts fear the Census Bureau is also opening itself up to new risks.
If you have a drone, you can use this trick to figure out the size of an object captured on camera.
Opinion: Cryptocurrencies are useless. Blockchain solutions are frequently much worse than the systems they replace. Here's why.
The evolution of the 911 has always relied on key incremental advances, and the eighth generation continues the tradition of striving for perfection.
Leonardo the lanky robot can sort of hover-walk on two legs—and that could land it on Mars one day.
With messaging apps and Stories, Facebook’s emphasis on mobile features also highlights some of the company’s greatest vulnerabilities as it looks ahead.
As genetic genealogy gains momentum, one state considers barring police departments from using public DNA databases in criminal cases.
The social network where one-third of humanity checks in at least once a month is also a marketplace, a satellite developer, and a maker of VR headsets.
Aides trumpet commitment to 5G wireless, AI, and quantum computing, but they go unmentioned in State of the Union.
Very few chat apps offer the unsend feature. As it turns out, that’s for a few very good, or at least understandable, reasons.
With his new novel award-winning author builds a sensual African fantasia out of folklore and history.
Customers of QuadrigaCX are out as much as $190 million after CEO Gerry Cotten died; Cotten reportedly was the only one with the key to retrieve the money.
The DJ set didn't need a headset, but it created a sense of presence that will prove integral as VR and AR become commonplace.