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Bucking tradition, the next version of Google's mobile operating system will not be named after a dessert. Google is also changing the logo from green to black.
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Google's next big Android release will make you safer—especially in ways you can't see.
Opinion: Millions of folks filling out the 2020 Census on public library computers also are putting themselves at risk.
It’s one thing to try to keep personal information from Facebook. But what if a company is going to use it to save people’s lives?
More than a third of millennials slip ’n’ slide into debt to attend bachelor/ette parties. Thanks to group texts, the party never stops.
Whether you plan to crush that term paper or immerse yourself in research, these college-ready computers will help you excel.
Seattle has a no-brainer solution: If you're afraid of being swatted, list your address in a registry that police can check.
In a survey conducted by Girls Who Code, teen female engineers report that even their very first encounters with tech companies raised red flags.
SpaceX is teaming up with the maker of a space tugboat, which would nudge satellites around, clean up space junk, and do other orbital housekeeping.
A new WHO report says drinking microplastic particles isn't yet a threat to human health. But we need way more research.
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Partnering with the Virginia Tech, Ford-owned Spin is gathering data from its scooters to see where things get dangerous and how to keep riders safe.
Instagram users like Usher, Martha Stewart, and Rick Perry posted a meme warning about a new rule that doesn't actually exist.
You can buy the latest Raspberry Pi as a Desktop PC Kit if you want, making it more useful than ever.
Coastal US cities will need massive new infrastructure to protect against climate change—and someone has to pay the bill.
Overkill has never been so beautiful.
The new show pits amateur drivers against a plethora of pitfalls, from a giant seesaw to a "rail slide."
Carbon ion radiation therapy is being used to blast tumors all over the world. Just not in the country that invented it.
Users quietly buy and sell human skulls, decorated and sold by macabre enthusiasts. Is the underground marketplace just a microcosm of our colonial past?