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How Astronomers Determined A Mysterious Asteroid Isn't A Spaceship
Facebook's New Feature Will Help You Temporarily Avoid That One Friend
Varsity Gamers: The Dream
What Happens Next In The Fight For Net Neutrality?
NASA And Google's Artificial Intelligence Tech Found A New Exoplanet
The FCC Just Voted To Scrap Net Neutrality Rules
Varsity Gamers: The Competition
Internet-Connected Toys Are Prone To Hacks And Pose Privacy Issues
Varsity Gamers: The Training
FCC Outlines Its New Plan For Net Neutrality
In A Move To Beef Up Services, Apple Buys Shazam For $400 Million
Varsity Gamers: The Players
Bitcoin Futures Reach Almost $19K In First Day Of Trading
Apple Might Be About To Buy Shazam
Spotify Just Announced A Partnership Before Its Expected IPO
Banned From The US Gov, Kaspersky Lab Is Closing Its DC-Area Office
Anheuser-Busch Orders 40 Tesla Semitrucks
Hackers May Have Stolen Millions Of Dollars In Bitcoin
How Natural Disasters Pushed The FCC To Update Emergency Alert Systems
Google And Amazon's Feud Is Getting Ugly — And Might Affect Customers
Ripple Effect: Digital Water
Bitcoin Already Broke Its Own Record
YouTube To Scale Up Human Review As Site Faces Child-Content Scandals
Truthers: When Conspiracy Meets Reality (Trailer)
Ripple Effect: Resource Recovery
Facebook's New Product Targets Kids
What Do You Do When A Demolished Stadium Won't Fall? Blow It Up Again
Facebook's New App Aims To Help Parents Protect Their Children Online
China Thinks Its Controlled Internet Model Will Work On A Global Scale
This 'Living Ink' Degrades Pollutants And Helps With Organ Transplants
Bitcoin (Briefly) Hit A Record High Of More Than $11,000
Unwrapping Mummy Secrets With X-Rays
YouTube's New 'Reels' Feature Looks A Lot Like Snapchat's Stories
A Look Inside The Case That Will Decide The Future Of Digital Privacy
Humanity's Code: New Horizons in Medicine
Apple Seems To Have Removed Many Duterte-Themed Mobile Games
These Origami-Inspired 'Muscles' Can Lift 1,000 Times Their Own Weight
Facebook's New AI Can Identify Suicidal Thoughts In Posts And Videos
Tesla's Mega Battery In Australia May Have Come At A Really Good Time
New 3-D Hologram Forever Preserves Holocaust Survivors
Facebook Will Soon Show You If You Fell For Any Russia-Linked Pages
Google Might Know More About Your Whereabouts Than You Think
Uber Discloses Data Breach It Paid $100K To Cover Up
The FCC Plans To Roll Back Net Neutrality Rules
What Low-Income Students Pursuing STEM Fields Are Up Against
The Campaign To Ban Killer Robots Before They Become A Reality
Y Combinator Quietly Dissolved Its Partnership With Peter Thiel
Tesla's New Semitruck Might Be Playing Catch-Up
There Are Signs Of Russian Meddling In Another Major Vote
To Change Its Verification Program, Twitter Is Revoking Checkmarks
New Robot Dog SpotMini Is Smooth, Sleek And A Lot Less Creepy
After More Than 20 Years, Mario Might Return To The Big Screen
Amazon Is Planning A 'Lord Of The Rings' Series, And It Won't Be Cheap
Twitter Verified A White Nationalist's Account, And It Didn't Go Well
Balloons Have Delivered Internet To Over 100,000 Puerto Ricans
A Self-Driving Shuttle Got Into A Fender Bender Hours After Its Launch
Wands At The Ready! 'Harry Potter' Is Getting An AR Mobile Game
To Prevent Revenge Porn, Facebook May Ask To See The Photos First
Amazon Key Goes Live As The Company Tries To Convince Users It's Safe
Plane In Roy Halladay Crash Marketed For 'Non-Pilots' And Low Flying
Uber's Flying Taxi Service Faces Many Hurdles, Even With NASA's Help
Waymo Is Definitely Winning The Self-Driving Car Race
Jersey Offshore: Leaked Docs Highlight Apple's Tax Avoidance Maneuvers
Apple Is Sharing iPhone X Face Data — And A Lot Of People Are Worried
This Smartphone Is A Shrunken-Down Gaming Laptop
Here's What Kind Of Content Russian Interests Paid To Run On Facebook
New Details Show How Russia Used Social Media To Divide Americans
For Civil Rights Groups, Facebook's Problems Go Beyond Russia
A Tiny Camera Wants To Change How You Film Everyday Encounters
126 Million People May Have Seen Russian-Linked Content On Facebook
The iPhone X Starts At $999 — But Hidden Costs May Be Lurking
This Country Just Became The First To Give A Robot Citizenship
Twitter Doesn't Have As Many Monthly Users As Previously Reported
Netflix Is Giving 'Stranger Things' Its First Original Aftershow
Twitter Bans Ads From Two Russian Media Outlets
Power Companies Helping Puerto Rico Get Praise And Criticism
Reddit Banned Nazi Forums In Its Crackdown On Violent Rhetoric
Autonomous Tech Is Popular In Cars, But Do People Know How To Use It?
Amazon Wants To Enter Your Home When You're Not There
The 'Bad Rabbit' Cyberattack Hit Almost 200 Targets In Eastern Europe
Twitter Is Changing Up The Look Of Political Ads On Its Site
11-Year-Old Is The Latest Innovator In The Fight Against Lead In Water
New York City Wants Its Subways And Buses To Be More 21st Century
US Warns Of Advanced And Persistent Cyberthreats Against Utilities
Giant Balloons Are Delivering Cell Service To Puerto Rico
Digital Mental Health Therapy Is Improving, But It's Still Not Perfect
A Proposed Bill Would Change How Political Ads Are Regulated Online
Twitter Just Laid Out Its Schedule To Tackle Online Abuse
Some Cities Are Going To Extraordinary Lengths For Amazon HQ2
Blue Apron Lays Off 6 Percent Of Employees After A Rough Quarter
Computers No Longer Need Human Input To Beat Us At Our Own Games
#MeToo Sparks National Discussion On Sexual Assault
Winning Amazon's HQ2 Sweepstakes Has Pros And Cons
Wi-Fi Flaw Leaves An Ever-Larger Internet Of Things Vulnerable
Equifax's Latest Tech Snafu Could Cost It A $7.2M IRS Contract
Leaders In The Technology World Want To Reprogram Digital Education
Convert Or Close: The Big Choice Many Coal Plants Are Facing
Code On Equifax Site Sent People To Fake Flash Downloads
Official Says North Korean Hackers Stole US-South Korea War Plans
Apple Is Remaking A Series From The '80s In Push For Original Content