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A Cleveland Clinic team has restored prosthetics patients' kinesthetic sense—an awareness of movement and space most people don't even realize they have.
Proposal from state senator would ban "zero rating" deals where specific services don't count against data caps.
Small-business lender Fundbox is introducing a payment service that acts like a credit card.
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We round up your options to help you decide which Microsoft PC suits your needs.
Physicists aren't known for their fancy shindigs—but quantum computer researchers break the mold.
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Hawking may have been the most famous physicist in the world—not only because he saw the face of the universe, but because he could describe it to the rest of us.
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You just have to add up all the rectangles.
This week, cryogenic storage at two fertility clinics malfunctioned, putting their clients' family planning in jeopardy. Will it happen again?
After a series of scandals related to misinformation, YouTube's CEO Susan Wojcicki announced the company would begin directing users to reputable sources like Wikipedia.
A newly passed bill in the Florida Legislature would bring unprecedented levels of transparency to the criminal justice system.
President Trump invoked national security in blocking Broadcom's proposed takeover of Qualcomm. His real concern may have been Qualcomm's research budget.
As an Israeli security firm outlines real flaws in AMD's chips, the security community questions its motivations.
The latest from Subset Games, the company behind spaceflight-desperation simulator 'FTL,' is a game about going back in time to correct your mistakes.
The company that started off as Google's self-driving car project is now putting passengers in truly driverless cars in Phoenix—and will soon launch a commercial service.
A controversial theory argues that weirdly enough, it’s a warming arctic that’s causing extreme winter weather in the eastern US.