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The former Trump campaign chair keeps getting in trouble thanks at least in part to subpar digital security.
Last night an Associated Press tweet claimed that, in placing blame for the government shutdown, "it takes two to tango." Twitter thought otherwise.
Michael Koerner's collodion "chemigrams" reveal a lifetime of inherited genetic mutations.
The app gives city residents a few seconds' warning when an earthquake hits. It's the first publicly available app to do so in the US.
These three iconic historical paintings pulse with intense anxieties about electricity, hematology, and astronomy.
The newly elected congressmember offers older colleagues a master class in social media.
VW's Electrify America program is adding a capability that identifies the driver by their car, and bills them automatically.
First, the 600-meter-long plastic catcher didn't catch plastic. Then it split in two. What is the right way, then, to cleanse our oceans of the plastic menace?
Want the super-fast mobile speeds promised by 5G technology? Come back in a year.
We've played with a bunch of great new consumer products here at CES. Here are the neatest things we saw on day two.
A new Gallup survey suggests people are less likely to share stories from sites that are clearly marked as untrustworthy.
The seemingly hoax-y death of 'Promobot' is a handy justification for the newly launched Partnership for Automated Vehicle Education.
E-cigarette maker Juul will air TV ads beginning later this year.
Does your planner need to be Insta-worthy? No. But a decorative, multi-colored, stickered planner just might help you love your to-do list.
Attackers appear to have gained control of 51 percent of the computers on the Ethereum Classic network, allowing them to spend cryptocurrency that wasn't theirs.
Finally, a clip that gets people excited to see the MCU's newest hero in action.
Researchers make robots teach themselves how to walk through trial and error, like babies, to navigate the real world.
If you want to ask a favor of the Parisian concierge, but maybe your French is too rusty, let Google do the talking.
Paul Seibert digitally blended two photographs he took from a helicopter, thousands of feet above New York City.
This year’s CES, one of the biggest consumer tech showcases in the world, continues Tuesday. Join us for live updates from the show in Las Vegas, Nevada.