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Our eyes are hardening; we can barely see our phones any more. We must learn to look at the wider world.
Technologists like Elizabeth Holmes and Travis Kalanick may have been eager to claim the mantle, but the sense of magic that tech leaders once inspired has been replaced by suspicion and fear.
Researchers point out serious gaps in the privacy promises of stealth cryptocoin Monero.
Researchers want to synthesize an optimized human genome that can be stored indefinitely and grown decades from now. So I volunteered mine.
Alkaline hydrolysis is a clean, green method for dissolving a body into its chemical building blocks; the runny remains just wash down the drain.
What's happening at the US Army's new cyber branch headquarters marks a change for Fort Gordon. Hell, it might be changing warfare itself—all through a computer screen.
Developmental psychologist Alison Gopnik wants us to take a deep breath—and focus on the quality, not quantity, of the time kids use tech.
A tale of romance, performance, surveillance, and loss.
For as long as we've had screens, people have worried whether too much screen time would make kids less healthy, more violent, and hopelessly distracted.
We asked researchers to help us build a device that's optimized for folks whose sight and motor skills are beginning to fade.
Millennials have gotten a bad rap. Graying Gen Xers are the ones who can't get their faces out of their screens.
They met in VR. They fell in love in VR. They tied the knot in VR. Here's a glimpse into the future of relationships.
As researchers begin to understand how aging works at a molecular level, there’s a glint of promise—and oodles of hype—in new life-extension treatments.
In an era of artificial eggs and Crispr, anyone could become a biological parent to the healthiest baby.
More women than ever are finding work in the legal, medical, and technical fields. So why are women avoiding computer science?
Kids aren’t getting behind the wheel as much these days. But contrary to popular belief, it’s not just because of smartphones and social media.
When Dennis Berkholtz’s parents moved to a retirement home, he launched the National Senior League for Wii Bowling. It's still going strong.
The caplike segments at the ends of your chromosomes are a sort of aging biomarker. Long, you've got a while. Short, don't buy any green bananas. But what do we do with that information?
The Life Issue: From miracle babies to swipe-happy seniors, how we're born, how we live, how we die—it's all going to change.
While the strategy carries risks, if it pans out, you could soon see more kids in their own Netflix series or on smartphone apps—or wherever kids are.
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