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The Supreme Court partly lifted the injunction against President Trump‘s travel ban, leaving tech workers and academics largely in the clear.
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Fifteen games in to the Angry Birds franchise, Rovio Entertainment‘s newest title reveals a lot about cynicism in 2017.
The toy‘s creators have a new app that teaches programming with MIT‘s Scratch language.
Adding a screen to an Echo brings Alexa to the next level.
Israeli firm Autotalks has developed a vehicle-to-vehicle communication system that could alert motorcyclists to crashes before they happen.
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The FDA just approved at test that can tell you how different drugs will work for you, based on the genetic makeup of your tumor.
Bong Joon-ho is back to indulge his obsessions with ‘Okja,‘ about a friendship between a young girl and a ... manatee-hippo thingy.
Jon Larsen proved that micrometeorites can be found in urban areas. And he also offers the world its first real glimpse of them.
The Star Wars standalone movie about young Han Solo had quite the shakeup last week. Here‘s everything you need to know about what went down.
It‘s the fastest turnaround yet for two SpaceX launches.
Recent calculations tie together two conjectures about gravity, potentially revealing new truths about its elusive quantum nature.
The helicopter-plane hybrid uses rotors and triangular wings to overcome some pesky physics.
Ken, meet Twitter. Twitter, meet the new Ken. You two are going to have a lot of fun together.
The NSX relies on the kind of innovation that will help Honda cruise into the self-driving future.
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On this week‘s episode of the ‘Geek‘s Guide to the Galaxy‘ podcast the creators of the science fiction show look back on its legacy.
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