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Facebook will now allow ads depicting “medical tubes connected to the human body,” in response to complaints from anti-abortion groups.
The Central Asian country’s government has repeatedly threatened to monitor its citizens’ internet activities. Google and Mozilla aren’t having it.
"Off-Facebook Activity" will give users more control over their data, but Facebook needs up to 48 hours to aggregate your information into a format it can share with advertisers.
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While everyone else was yelling about chicken sandwiches, Disney assembled its forces to fire the first shot in the Streaming Wars.
A coordinated strike against 23 local governments is called the largest such hack from a single source.
Inhaling e-cigarette vapor alone had an immediate, negative impact on the vascular systems of first-time vapers.
A study by Northeastern University researchers found that major wireless carriers sometimes limit video to DVD-quality, even on some “unlimited” plans.
Mounting evidence suggests mass shootings could spread like a virus, and the media is a vector. Changing how news outlets report on these tragedies could help.
First promised back in January, the first YubiKey for iOS will help cut down on painful password clutter starting... now.
The 25-year-old painter says his works are a message from the cosmos that we need to get our act together.
Published 25 years ago in Japan, Yoko Ogawa's spare, affecting novel was just released in English—and speaks uncannily to the age of the internet.
The new retro console is a thrilling opportunity to experience Sega's fascinating, eclectic library of games.
With these clever kits, elementary schoolers can get in-depth, hands-on experience with the tech they'll someday use to "make the world a better place."
As the tools for producing 3D virtual worlds go mainstream, more and more people are using them as an outlet for creativity and communication.
How open source projects reveal technology's free rider problem.
With new self-contained headsets on the market like the Oculus Rift S, it's easier than ever to integrate them into a classroom environment.
The all-terrain bot will use its 7-foot-long, turret-tipped arm to drill core samples from the red planet's surface, searching for signs of life.
Ultimately the famous things is the record itself, not the specters that pass through it.
Why take a boring selfie in front of the Mona Lisa when you can use AR to dive deep into it?