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Trump’s former campaign guru said he would unite Europe’s nationalists and show them how to fight Big Tech. Instead, they’ve dismissed Bannon, embraced Big Tech—and are poised to expand their ranks in Parliament.
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By invoking the Espionage Act against Julian Assange, the Justice Department will effectively put national security journalism on trial.
Facebook’s latest report lays out the sheer scale of its battle against fake accounts, spam, and other abuses.
Aurora is buying Blackmore, whose “Doppler lidar” system can determine how far away an object it, and its speed.
Also, Arnold Schwarzenegger is, uh, back.
Using mice whose neurons had been engineered to respond to light, researchers found they could dial up or down the emotional intensity of a memory.
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Photographers Roberto Conte and Stefano Perego traveled to four former republics for their latest book.
A craft beer subscription service ensures this mini keg fridge is always kickin'.
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Amid escalating tension with China, executives at Google and Facebook argue that tough regulations against tech will hurt US competitiveness.
States were given almost $3 billion from Volkswagen’s diesel scandal settlement to buy cleaner vehicles. But many are buying more diesels, a report shows.