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The leader of the world's Catholics has sent his first messages to his hundreds of thousands of (Twitter) followers.
The quality of our Internet connections, and the quality of the services built on top of them, rely on each other.
The United Nations's globe-spanning, definitive guide
A look back at the biggest technology stories of the year
NASA captures, quite literally, gravity's rainbow.
Its length? A tweet-friendly 138 characters.
A new study may have found exoplanets that are warmer and waterier than our own.
The "terrible lizards" are even older than we'd thought. Here's how scientists figured that out.
Another rover by 2020, and humans by the 2030s
How the text message has changed, and not at all changed, language
A revealing URL for the royals' big announcement
Good news for the U.S. is really bad news for Syria. And Libya. And Greenland.
Koichi Wakata will have a humanoid pal to keep him company for the six months he'll be spending on the International Space Station.
A hot planet, NASA just announced, hosts cold-- very cold -- water.
Scientists have developed a new method of imaging the building blocks of life. It involves an electron microscope and a bed of nails.
... But we don't yet know what -- or who -- caused the outage.
At companies like Twitter and Airbnb, whimsical lounges and yoga rooms send messages to employees and outsiders alike.
In Silicon Valley, a new wave of tech companies tries to enforce fun.
Obama for America's outbound director on the origin, and future, of history's first presidential campaign Tumblr