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Scientists are hard at work preparing to create humanity’s second home.
For some, making connections has become easier, but others say that life has become more isolated.
Avocado, shrug, and a pregnant-woman icon are all possible for next year.
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When self-driving cars first hit the roads, safety may actually worsen before dramatically improving.
The lifespan of a thought experiment
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It’s also getting a heart, a surprised emoji, and a sad face.
It looks like a tiny metal torpedo.
Why is Lawrence Lessig, an important early-internet icon, going full Nader?
A new study measures millions of emails to see how long it takes for people reply to each other, and how much they write.
What will happen to digital collections of books, movies, and music when the tech giants fall?
The Library of Congress's sprawling newspaper-digitization project just published its 10 millionth page.