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A British white paper suggests requiring tech giants to remove content that's "harmful," as well as illegal, a far-reaching proposal for a western democracy.
Pornographers developed many early innovations in internet marketing, like pop-up ads and subscriptions. And women were among the most successful entrepreneurs in the business.
The Chamois botnet once infected 20 million Android devices. Here's how Google finally tore it up.
The new electric SUV is yet another with a dispiriting EPA range rating.
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There's a reason it can compete with massively popular games like *Fortnite* and *PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds*.
Researchers had already found a spyware app called Exodus plaguing Android. Now it's shown up on iPhones, too.
To perform IVF on the white rhino, researchers are developing a special robot to navigate the females' complex cervixes and deposit an embryo.
The movie launches April 17. In other news, AMC just ordered another 'Walking Dead' spinoff.
This release marks the first set of products in a collaboration where scale meets sound.
Code depends on English—for reasons that are entirely unnecessary at a technical level.
The Ethereum community is divided over whether some chips are too powerful, pricing out small miners. The dispute also reflects heightened US-China tensions.
Tesla's deliveries fell 31 percent in the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter of 2018. New York moves toward congestion pricing. And trucking futures.
Last week the internet spent a lot of time discussing the Mueller report—because it's still not public.
Leave the cotton behind in favor of technical fabrics and constructions that help you pile on the miles.
With its insistence on fairness, neutrality, and community consensus, the online storehouse of knowledge is a model for a more perfect union.
Believe it or not, the robocall crisis has stabilized. But like email spam, it's never going to go away entirely.
The mellifluously named Yarkovsky–O'Keefe–Radzievskii–Paddack effect is tearing an asteroid apart, and it could also save the Earth from asteroid strikes.
Opinion: The average big construction project is overdue and over budget. A dose of automation could help.
Changeaview.com, the new home for the 700,000-member discussion group, adds custom features that go beyond Reddit's capabilities.