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Last week’s hearing with Silicon Valley CEOs provided a rare glimmer of hope that Congress can, occasionally, work across the aisle.
Your takeout may come with a dose of chemicals known as PFAS—but the FDA’s push to get rid of some of them will take five years.
This week, we discuss the growing trend of mid-range smartphones, why they’re good, and why they’re bad.
The techie-turned-philanthropist on vaccines, Trump, and why social media is “a poisoned chalice.”
As coronavirus cases rise, many school districts will begin the year with at least some online learning. Students without tech access could fall further behind.
With expensive data and tech heavy hitters, Hawkfish is backing the former mayor's promise to take on Donald Trump.
University of Cambridge scientists analysed data from 600,000 adults, drawn from five different datasets, including individuals questioned as part of a Channel 4 documentary.
Apple said that these game streaming services violate the terms and conditions of the App Store as they give access to games the company can't individually review.
The drop in carbon pollution will only cool the planet a tiny bit. So how about this: Revive the economy and the Earth by pouring money into green tech.
Twitter on Thursday announced the new steps to prevent the spread of content from state-affiliated media -- a move affecting key outlets from Russia and China.
The eclectic array of images showcase the 'beauty and diversity of life on our planet' as well as its intricate relationships, according to organisers BMC Ecology.
A blast injury specialist explores the chemistry—and history—of explosions like the one captured in videos that swept across the world.
The pandemic has slashed demand for rides and boosted orders for UberEats. Neither segment is profitable.
Experts have speculated the famous Italian artist Raphael, who died 500 years ago, was laid to rest in Rome's Pantheon. Following a reconstruction of a skull from the site, their theory is confirmed.
To combat foreign influence an state-controlled media outlets such as China Daily, Russia Today and Sputnik. These outlets are those where the state exercise editorial control.
Instagram claims a bug shielded President Donald Trump from negative hashtags while allowing such tags about Joe Biden, some derogatory, stay visible on the platform.
A campaign called Operation Skeleton Key has stolen source code, software development kits, chip designs, and more.
Researchers from the US have determined that around three per cent of the Neanderthal genome came from breeding with another ancient human group.
It's supposed to be the perfect compromise between in-person and online education. It could end up as a public health nightmare.
Black hole 'safe zones' could host thousands of blanets. These exoplanets may have formed from ice-covered dust swirling around the black hole and likely have 30,000 times the mass of Earth.