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When you’ve had more than enough of your coworkers, grab this gear and escape to a café.
But the disappearing cheeseburger wasn't the only thing the internet was talking about last week. Catch up here.
Opinion: When women aren’t educated or empowered to make their own family planning decisions, the effects can lead to higher carbon emissions.
Here’s an idea: Maybe just tell me what makes the Olympics a superhuman challenge.
Two methods of measuring the neutron's longevity give different answers, creating uncertainty in cosmological models. But no one has a clue what the problem is.
Why one Texas professor pays Turkers to post themselves doing Olympic events on YouTube.
They're just two in what will be thousands of orbiting routers.
How an idealistic entrepreneur turns wild experiences into viral videos into actual science into a going business concern.
The president's quote tweet of Facebook executive Rob Goldman misses how the Russians really influenced the election online.
At the newly expanded Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida, controllers watch their planes through radar and video, not line-of-sight.
The timepiece displays the time by pulling its thermoelastic membrane into the cavities beneath the clock's face.
Its worldbuilding is expansive and its detective is hard-boiled—it's sci-fi noir turned up to 11.
The Opportunity rover has been exploring Mars for 14 years. But that doesn't mean it can't put Curiosity's social media skills to shame.
The Department of Defense released two videos of so-called UFOs. Or did it?
The most chilling aspect of that blockbuster Mueller indictment? The bureaucracy behind Russia's onslaught.
Legacy toymakers like Disney, Lego, and Hasbro are all banking on AR to keep their toys relevant in 2018.
In the wake of the Mueller indictment of a Russian troll farm, any attempt to claim that the 2016 election wasn’t affected by Russian meddling is laughable.
To troll effectively, Colonel Gant, you must think in Russian!
How students are fighting lies, half-truths, and hypocrisy in the wake of the Florida school shooting
Google released the former senior software engineer last August after he wrote a ten-page memo arguing that biological differences between men and women accounted for the gender disparity in software engineering.