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The Carlos Maza incident is just the latest in a long history of homophobic ridicule on the platform.
Critics worry that a new bill would overturn existing protections of DNA sequences and carve up the world's genetic resources into commercial fiefdoms.
The FEC may prevent an anti-phishing firm providing its services to campaigns for free or cheap.
YouTube’s hate speech policy now targets videos promoting the superiority of one group over another, or discrimination based on gender, race, or sexual orientation.
Make and throw your own cardboard “roomerang” with a little help from champion boomerang thrower Logan Broadbent.
Apple says an elaborate rotating key scheme will soon let you track down your stolen laptop, but not let anyone track you. Not even Apple.
Abortion over the internet can be an effective, practical alternative for women in areas where clinics are scarce.
Amazon revealed new technology that allows its Alexa virtual assistant to handle multiple tasks in the same conversation.
The imagery of the book and Hulu show have become increasingly relevant.
In an Amazon sorting center, a swarm of robots works alongside humans. Here’s what that says about Amazon—and the future of work.
The show's fifth season boasts some great performances and a standout episode, but the real world just keeps outpacing its imagined dystopia.
A former field biologist turns to art to grapple with the effects of global warming.
Scientists have debated for decades whether the propulsion concept known as EmDrive is real or wishful thinking. A sensitive new tool may at last provide an answer.
The doctored video of Speaker Pelosi proves there’s still no consensus on how to address false content. Could long-standing practices for thwarting spam provide guidance?
Everything you need to know about SETI, the Drake equation, ’Oumuamua, and hot tubs.
If you're tired of Apple's Mac desktops or MacBook laptops, consider these Windows and Linux-powered options.
The new rubber has specially designed threads to hush the pesky "pattern noise" that's especially noticeable in cars without loud engines.
Many corporations see climate change posing a significant threat to their business within the decade, according to a new report.
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