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Spectators spent much of the time debating who was real and who was fake.
The comet will make its closest approach to Earth on Thursday before it fades into black. Here's how you can catch a glimpse.
The company's compact action camera is a worthy GoPro competitor, especially at this discounted price.
A new experiment on how rapidly atoms can tunnel through a barricade revives a physics debate about how time passes on the quantum scale.
If the nation's mission is successful, it will become only the second country to ever deploy a rover on the surface of the Red Planet.
In his new book, psychologist Stuart Ritchie paints a portrait of the modern system of research, and all the ways it gets undermined.
The new hardware-based attack, which has targeted machines across Europe, can yield a stream of cash for the attacker.
The company's latest consumer projector looks better than ever and even offers a 240-Hz refresh rate for PC gamers.
Early results from the team in the UK show their approach is safe and provokes an immune response. But that doesn't mean it works.
It feels impossible to get anything done right now. Here's how to keep your head above water—without falling into the busy trap.
The new program from OpenAI shows how far the field has come—and how far it has to go.
From defense contractors to videogame companies, the indictment details an astonishing array of victims.
The risk of nasty side effects in the Moderna and Oxford trials should be made clear now, before it ends up as fodder for the skeptics.
These PC accessories allow you to plug microphones and instruments into your computer. They're the nerve center of any studio—from your bedroom to Abbey Road.
The algorithmically-warped information crisis can't be fixed with half-measures.
If anything, these new initiatives show that earlier efforts just weren’t enough.
It’s hard enough to get an autonomous vehicle to work on Earth. It’s even harder on another planet.
Is going to the dentist more dangerous than grocery shopping? Public health groups want to help us weigh everyday risks with to easy-to-read guides.
This year, there are no great movies uniting film fanatics. Maybe that's not such a bad thing.
Riders are skittish. Cleaning costs are soaring. Some, like the Bay Area's Caltrain system, face an existential crisis.