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With no center, no formal structure, or even a skillful conclusion, the polymath's newest song confirms his unconventional undertaking.
Quantum computers don’t exist but Microsoft released a programming language for them.
The last time a bot visited Venus, it lasted less than an hour. NASA thinks it can change that.
A new book maps how animals navigate a world heavily altered by urban development and climate change.
The latest round of Star Wars rumors has some details on when fans could get a new look at Rian Johnson's movie.
Welcome to the future of internet-connected fashion.
The war of resistance might be lost, but computational modeling is helping doctors and scientists predict and contain new bacterial threats.
Most people want moths to go away. Emmet Gowin wants to photograph them.
Heat, humidity, and slippery roads dashed the world record dreams at the Berlin Marathon
Can three elite runners, with a little help from Nike and Adidas, smash the marathon world record?
Stop trying to make Sean Spicer happen.
The Equifax breach that potentially exposed the personal information of 143 million people was bad. The company's response has almost been worse, if that's even possible.
The redesigned August Smart Lock lets you use your phone as your key.
Computer scientists are finding ways to code curiosity into intelligent machines.
Hackers Break Into the SEC, DHS Tells 21 States Russian Hackers Targeted Them, and More Security News This Week
An SEC hack, a Russian dark web takedown, and more security news this week.
Stories like the one in 'It' are pretty common in horror, but audiences never tire of them.
Cassini takes one last look at Saturn's moon, Jupiter's swirling clouds, and a star in a great big bubble this week in space.
The ride-hailing company's offensive? Waging a popularity contest.
Disclosure rules for funding political ads are murky. Now Facebook wants to regulate itself
How a Decrepit Grain Silo Became South Africa's Mind-Blowing Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Architect Mat Cash transformed a facility meant to store 30,000 tons of wheat, maize, and sorghum into a celebration of art instead of agriculture.