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Facebook rolls out its plan to protect the US from November mayhem.
A growing community of D&D fans on the platform have no time for the gatekeeping of previous generations.
After the 2018 “Crispr baby” scandal, a global commission assessed the technology and set strict criteria for moving it toward clinical trials.
The DHS, the DOJ, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have all had recent controversies that bode poorly for electoral integrity.
On a “body farm,” researchers are exploring whether the nutrients from human cadavers can change the look of plants, which authorities might use to locate missing persons.
Hackers have been exploiting the vulnerability, which is now patched: Users should update to File Manager version 6.9 ASAP.
A countertop brewer with a smart design that makes a near-perfect carafe.
Tech companies are swapping on-campus gourmet chefs for free snack deliveries, but they're also stepping up childcare support and mental health services.
It's a great time to buy gear for your socially-distant adventures. Here's everything you need to go from 0 to outdoors pro.
Genre-bending series like I May Destroy You and Lovecraft Country may be rooted in pain, but they’re also thrillingly hopeful.
For decades, Jim Woodward dreamed of a propellantless engine to take humans to the stars. Now he thinks he’s got it. But is it revolutionary—or illusory?
Alphabet, Microsoft, and Salesforce are offering services to track employees, arrange tests, and record results—all while most of their staffers are remote.
Older patients and other vulnerable populations tend to need more medical care, but it’s often difficult for them to get online for remote visits.
Facing looming election threats and a ransomware epidemic, the bureau says it has revamped its process for warning hacking victims.
Higher education has ignored its main mission: to teach critical thinking. It’s time to take the adults back to school.
The company’s latest news product is an ever-replenishing playlist of audio stories—curated, in part, by the wealth of data it has on you.
When you wash denim, tiny fibers shed and flow into the environment. Scientists just found that Arctic waters are now loaded with little bits of jeans.
But given what we've seen during the pandemic, maybe it should.
No one in the meatspace is going to the Black Rock Desert this year. So I soared into the sprawling digital reconstruction that is BRCvr.
Microsoft's refreshed 2-in-1 brings more power than ever before—but for the price, you're neither getting the best tablet nor the best laptop.