A time-saving summary of today's many, many, many evaluations of the new gadgets
A recent study says yes, but other research is less certain.
From celebrity nudes to Ray Rice’s domestic abuse to the ISIS bombings, an unresolved debate looms behind some of our biggest ongoing news stories.
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As Apple starts designing for our bodies, it will have to account for the fact that they're not all the same size.
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It’s not an easy question—during President Obama's administration, “technology” has meant different things at different times.
A nearby planetary system contains two baby planets that may refine astronomers' theories about how solar systems come to be.
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Each age group has its own quirky mobile habits.
Nearly every tech company uses the same imperfect mechanism to flag abuse.
But a new video shows how filmmakers arrived at a single, elegant way to depict texting.
The company is now showing users tweets from accounts they don't follow. That’s a bigger deal than it seems.
According to new data from Facebook, about 15 million people have encountered the fundraising game.
An Internet-standards expert says the miracle feature is “perfectly plausible.”
A manmade virus that acts like “a remote control” for neurons helped psychologists research the connection.
One researcher has a compelling hypothesis as to why the once-booming ed-tech sector has struggled.
One (very authoritarian) way to prevent cheating