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jeudi 28 juin 2018, 12:00
Huge contributions from tech titans, a STEM-packed curriculum, gadgets everywhere: Willie Brown Middle School was supposed to set the bar. Then it opened.
RIP to the moderately reusable Falcon 9.
Emoji's consortium of gatekeepers serve as one example of how online communication might be supervised with rigor, generosity, and imagination.
The approval of epilepsy drug Epidiolex is poised to permanently change the way we talk about cannabis in the US.
The project will come in at least an extra 18 months behind schedule and $800 million over budget.
Kennedy’s record is mixed, but he was a thoughtful voice on how to interpret constitutional rights for the internet era.
mercredi 27 juin 2018, 21:07
“Our litigation forced a public court proceeding on climate science, and now these companies can no longer deny it is real and valid.”
The rules encourage 'productive conversations' and prohibit disclosing personal information about a Google employee to subject them to harassment.
The repercussions of Tuesday’s decision will be felt not just by individual families, but by American universities and scientific fields more generally.
The leak may include data on hundreds of millions of Americans, with hundreds of details for each, from demographics to personal interests.
Games, the thinking goes, can make you a better person. But can they? Do they?
The Sonos Beam is a $400 soundbar that comes with full support for Amazon Alexa.
A new system lets robot drones to navigate an obstacle course with 100 percent accuracy—that is, the robots almost never crash and explode.
Google's talking telephone bot began life as a staged demo. Now, it's closer to being ready for the real world.
When it comes to picture quality, LG's OLED 4K TV lineup beats all comers.
The tech and pharmaceutical industries are sparring over who bears more responsibility for an opioid crisis that kills more than 115 Americans a day.
Two Nintendo consoles are on sale this week, along with a secure router and other great tech!
A new study looks at millions of Reddit posts to determine who constructs online conspiracy theories, and how they might be convinced to rejoin reality.
From *Carpenter v. United States* to a landmark bill in California, privacy advocates sense a shift in what people will accept from Facebook, mobile carriers, and more.
Proposed restrictions take aim at Chinese investments in the US that are declining anyway.
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