The social network's future dominance is far from assured.
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Far more important than the white or wheat decision, is whether or not you heat your bread.
Free-range birds use way, way more energy than conventionally raised poultry.
Just re-use any bag that you receive to radically reduce its environmental impact.
The organizations, technologies, and people behind Google's autonomous vehicles
When a thing connects to the Internet, three things happen: it becomes smart, it becomes hackable, and it's no longer something you own.
Google searches for the category of "Computers & Electronics" are down 60 percent since 2004.
You can't see the tragedy of 9/11 from orbit.
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Multiple, interacting input methods work well to control complex machines.
Along with new software and hardware, the company revealed their vision for an entirely new way of interacting with devices.
Industry watchers are expecting something important—iPhone important—from the company's event today.
The complexity of vehicle control technologies make them less prone to meddling.
A researcher has $1.2 million from the National Science Foundation to investigate the many ways hackers could disrupt autonomous vehicles.
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For two years, the company has been working to build flying robots that can deliver products across a city in a minute or two. An Atlantic exclusive.