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Here are five key features from Android Pie, which was released today.
Giant robots and melancholy pasts collide in the florid, impressionistic new visual novel.
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A new bill aims to support a growing quantum industry by training a new cross-disciplinary workforce.
With both allies and adversaries in doubt, an aircraft concept that looks out for numero uno.
As the conversation around tech is increasingly framed in terms of its impact on public health, the question of responsibility for our lopsided relationship with digital devices becomes more fraught.
New cybersecurity laws require data to be stored in China, offering government officials easier access.
The infamous conspiracy theorist is being sued for claiming the parents of a child killed in the Sandy Hook shooting were “crisis actors” paid by gun control activists. But also on trial is what it means to speak freely on internet.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Hollywood's greatest-ever car chase, Ford has trotted out an updated version of the iconic green fastback from the film *Bullitt*.
Ditch the DSLR and say "sayonara, smartphone" with these awesome compact cameras.
Last week, President Trump's former campaign chairman went to court—and the internet put his clothes on trial.
Plus: Autopilot advances, and Sacramento goes for self-driving cars.
Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network can put you at risk. Here's how to minimize the damage.
After researchers found a loophole in a famous experiment designed to prove that quantum objects don’t have intrinsic properties, three experimental groups quickly sewed the loophole shut.
There's still no good defense against drones attacks like the one that targeted Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro Saturday.
A Chipotle scam, FBI brain drain, and more of the week's top security news.
The genre takes on a whole new facet amidst real-world terrors.
Opinion: Electronic monitors violate people’s civil rights and carry unfair financial penalties.
Thanks to a rechargeable battery and Bluetooth-compatibility, you can get all the coziness and conviviality of a wood fire—without the hassle.
Mars and Saturn make their approaches to Earth, where Hubble has been waiting.