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The tech sector has tackled sexual violence like it tackles laundry delivery, and entirely missed the point.
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On this day 45 years ago, the ARPANET was born.
At 6:52 p.m. Eastern today, Facebook stopped working. And it started losing money.
No one was injured when the vehicle suffered a "catastrophic anomaly," according to NASA Mission Control.
The retired astronaut presents the best snapshots he captured of our planet from space.
One of the U.S. military's first attempts at creating a helicopter looked a lot like modern quadcopters.
Twitter no longer supports its app for the wearable device, though a third-party app developer could swoop in to fill the void.
Even robot vacuum cleaners can't dance perfectly.
Understanding how Ebola is affecting the food supply is far easier when a robot is running the survey.
When you're making a tiny electronic system, dust particles can be massively destructive.
Many women say they've received harassing or offensive messages on online-dating sites. Will airing the obscene exchanges publicly help?
The world has moved on from Heartbleed. The OpenSSL team hasn’t.
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What happens to animals when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun
"Would you prefer a system where you can be instantly teleported from SF to LA? Of course. But that doesn't mean it's going to happen."