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Archived Since:April 5, 2008

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Why Aren't More Employees Suing Uber?

Arbitration agreements prevent lawsuits---but exacerbate the cultural problems endemic to startups.

Our 12 Favorite Laptops, From MacBooks to Chromebooks

If you're looking to buy a laptop, we're here to make your decision easier.

Microsoft's Patching Windows XP Bugs, and More Security News This Week

Microsoft's patching Windows XP, an anonymous tech company fought back against PRISM, and more of the week's most important security news.

The Lone Star Tick That Gives People Meat Allergies May Be Spreading

A rare meat allergy used to be limited to places the lone star tick calls home. But recently it's started to spread.

This Is the Coldest Object in the Universe

Be dazzled by a pair of dancing brown dwarf stars, an eerie shot of Titan, and the Earth's origins written in the sky.

Facebook Details How It Fights Terrorism and Extremists

As extremists continue to flood social media, Facebook opens up about its efforts to stop them.

A US Navy Destroyer Collided With a Container Ship in Japan—Here's What Likely Happened

The USS Fitzgerald ran into the ACX Crystal off the coast of Japan, and human error is a likely culprit.

E3 2017: In Videogames, It's the End of the World and Nothing Feels Fine

Other media might be striving for utopia, but not videogames. Judging from the many demos at E3, the industry is more apocalypse-minded than ever.

Is It So Bad If the World Gets A Little Hotter? Uh, Yeah

What wet socks can tell us about our capacity to survive climate change.

Kanye West's Lost Puppet Comedy TV Pilot, 'Alligator Boots': an Oral History

From a young writer named Jordan Peele to Kim and Kanye's first meeting, the Comedy Central pilot remains one of pop culture's greatest oddities.

DJI Phantom 4 Pro Plus Review

Take flight with the DJI Phantom Pro 4+, no smartphone required.

Volvo Delicately Dances Into the Semi-Autonomous Future

The Swedish automaker wants to avoid the space between human and robot drivers—but that may prove impossible.

London's High-Rise Fire in a Staggering Aerial Photo

Photographer Jason Hawkes captured a devestating shot of Grenfell Tower ablaze.

AI Could Target Autism Before It Even Emerges—But It's No Cure-All

Researchers are studying how machine learning could help identify infants before they show behavioral symptoms.

How Slack Would Complete Amazon's Empire

Hundreds of millions of people use Amazon. But so far the company has done little to cater to one massive market.

How Cars—and Drivers—Survive the Brutal 24 Hours of Le Mans Race

The endurance race requires not just great tech, but the ability to harness it for 24 hours straight.

The Psychology of Why Interviewing Alex Jones Is Such a Bad Idea

Talking about conspiracy theories—even to dispute them—still allows them to spread.

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