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The case against your dad’s favorite social-media platform being used to “connect” with younger women
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The ongoing dispute over the authenticity of a scrap of papyrus from the ancient world highlights a larger question of how history is established.
It was the company’s new upgrade program, which signals that iPhones are becoming a utility.
The new iPhone is just a fancy point-and-shoot camera. And that’s okay!
Slack’s diversity data mirrors the rest of the industry: Most of the people who work for the chat platform are white and male.
Finding the perfect gym partner has never been easier.
Email gets a bad rap, but new research shows just how romantic it can be.
It’s super awkward.
Same thing it's been for five years: A computer
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A huge project unexpectedly led to a way of finding disease genes without needing to know about diseases.
The size of the company's money hoard is mind-boggling.
Is the obsession with Apple events pack journalism, real news, or something else altogether?
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With the right telescope and a lot of luck