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Thousands of bodies are buried in shallow graves around Raqqa. One group is using Facebook and Google Earth to identify human remains and rebury them where they belong.
Galperin has already convinced Kaspersky to flag domestic abuse spyware as malware. She expects more to follow.
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Inbox was a great email app until Google killed it Tuesday. Fortunately, there are plenty of others out there.
It's about the hardware, yes. But more and more it's about the AI inside the scarycute dogs and humanoids.
Lego's newest STEM set uses bright colors, friendly shapes, and a simple coding environment to get 11- to 14-year olds into robotics.
There's a lot to learn. Start here.
Under one pessimistic climate change forecast, mosquitoes could expand their range all the way to the Arctic, redefining what we mean by 'tropical' diseases.
Inside the Democrats’ Plan to Fix Their Crumbling Data Operation
New York will become the first US city to impose fees on driving in busy parts of town to raise money for its ailing subway system. But setting the right price won't be easy.
Turns out that the art of being a venture capitalist means never saying no, even if you rarely say yes.
This is the stuff to buy if you want to start making your own pickles, kimchis, and sauerkrauts.