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A new wave of crossword creators started to notice something: The old guard didn't have a clue. Now this band of enthusiasts is thinking outside the boxes.
The nerds are now in charge. They're now the creators of culture—the participants, the coauthors, the influencers, the storytellers.
Ken Cuccinelli, the acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services, thinks the poem on the Statue of Liberty could use a rewrite. Yes, really.
Form is moving the swim watch from your wrist to your face. Our review of its fitness-tracking augmented reality goggles.
The stories might sound unbelievable, but they’re all real—and a cautionary tale for anyone who wants to get clever at the DMV.
Coffee Haus makes coffee drinks 100 times an hour in its robotic kiosks. No humans required.
The ancient Greeks wondered when irrational numbers, like pi, can be represented with fractions. Two mathematicians now have a complete answer.
The company updates its Rekognition suite with an algorithm that can tell if you’re afraid. Researchers say such emotion detectors don’t work very well.
NASA’s Parker probe is headed to the center of the solar system to figure out what drives the solar wind.
In Max Gladstone's new novel *Empress of Forever*, technology controls everyone.
The Capital One hacker, a Bluetooth vulnerability, and more of the week's top security news.
The concept car remixed the past to show where a very fun future of driving could be headed.
Whether you're into esports or casual fragging, these are the best corded and wireless gaming mice we've tested.
We combed through this weekend's back-to-school deals for bargains on great tech and dorm room essentials.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is buying the "custody" business of rival Xapo, in a bid to attract big investors such as hedge funds and mutual funds.
Amazon is experimenting with yet another mysterious badge to help shoppers sort through the millions of choices its marketplace offers.
A Ural Airlines plane executed an emergency landing after a bird strike, summoning memories of 2009's "Miracle on the Hudson."
With help from the cable industry, Disney is trying to stop account sharing on Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+.
The company’s newly launched augmented-reality walks may only be available in five cities, but [AR]T Walk creates wildly ambitious deployments of public art.