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A new recording by synthesizer artist Suzanne Ciani is being released on a long-forgotten analog surround-sound format.
Team created in 2014 to make the government more tech-friendly soldiers on, helping agencies work more efficiently and save money.
Shortly after Consumer Reports panned the Model 3 for its long stopping distance, Elon pushed a change through the ether to adjust the antilock algorithm.
Russian war correspondent Arkady Babchenko was reported dead Tuesday. On Wednesday, he showed up at a press conference, very much alive.
Nearly three out of four federal agencies is unprepared for a cyberattack, and there's no system in place to fix it.
Speaking at a technology conference Snap CEO Evan Spiegel takes a few digs at rival Facebook, prompting a reply tweet from a Facebook executive.
ABC acted swiftly yesterday, but it may not be making the grand gesture of civility many seem to think it has.
In his new book, Facts and Fears, James Clapper describes the outrage and anxiety that pulled him back into public life and his new role as a Trump dissenter.
Concerts, sporting events, and movie nights—all live, in three dimensions, and surrounded by hundreds of strangers. What could go wrong?
The mapping company's new software development kit will let its customers tap into data from their users' phone cameras to keep tabs on the streets in real time.
The island nation is considering blocking Facebook for one month in order to collect information on fake profiles, pornography, and more. But the impact could be severe.
Nintendo's tiny console is coming back, and here's how to get one on lock early.
A flock of little guys is less vulnerable to attack than one big bird. Also, you could maybe send them up with space balloons.
Speculative design tasks creators with building a better world through public thought experiments. But with companies like Google adapting the practice, it can feel like a taunting display of power.
Trump again threatened tariffs on Chinese goods, but if the past weeks are any guide, it would seem that harsh words may not translate into harsh actions.
And the outcome of the case could reshape the genetic genealogy testing industry.
Replica Wine makes cheaper copies of your favorite wine at a discount by analyzing its chemistry. Often, even professional critics can tell the difference. Is this heresy or just good business?
If we are going to have home assistants that set our tables and fold our clothes, we’re going to have to train them in simulations first.
This spring BBC America's spy thriller quietly went from novelty to must-watch TV, thanks to a little help from Orphan Black.
Data Propria will continue the behavioral targeting pioneered by Cambridge Analytica—but founder Matt Oczkowski says this time will be different.