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Cloudflare pulls the plug on a white supremacist site, after years of declaring neutrality.
You've noticed Katsu's work before—now, the street artist has a new target for his satirical treatment.
A new wrinkle in auto-hacking research points to a fundamental vulnerability in the CAN protocol cars' innards use to communicate.
You like taking selfies and regular photos. Get you a phone that can do both... at the same time.
Now you can call any person or business from your Google Home, like the world's smartest speakerphone.
Stop trying to make fetch happen.
You will be surprised how quickly a short video conveys just what students know about the subject.
Plus more power than a Mustang GT.
Startup Back to the Roots makes a self-cleaning, plant-growing aquaponic fish tank.
An Instagram hacker from my Iranian homeland stole my account. Then, against all odds, we became friends.
A veteran of Google’s communications team argues for preserving the famous Google culture of debate—even after a controversial firing.
Without a CEO, COO, CMO, or CFO, Uber can't grow. The company needs to hire someone, and do it soon—or risk dimming its future prospects.
Bill Joy, the green-tech guru who co-founded Sun Microsystems, is backing an energy storage breakthrough that could power the future.
In advance of next week's solar eclipse, Stephen Wolfram explains how many millennia of computation have led us exactly to this point.
Everyone thinks automation will take all our jobs. The evidence disagrees.
The press is grappling with a conundrum: how much coverage of the so-called alt-right is too much coverage?
Agreement is ride-hailing company's second FTC settlement this year.
Time for another victory lap.
Processing the horror of the weekend involved heavy hearts and gallows humor, in nearly equal measure.
Though it was released to controversy and anger, Hello Games' exploratory opus offers a space worth meditating on.