The notch. The biometrics. The animoji. Apple's flagship smartphone is the one everyone's trying to copy this year.
In this week's Replay column we've got a plagiarism scandal, 'Diablo III' on the Nintendo Switch, and other disruptions. Let's dive in.
Google's sister company intends to rethink how cities work, and that means adding some flexibility to how their public spaces are designed.
If the unconfirmed claims of a room temperature superconductor are real, this is _bonkers_.
SpaceX's first crew is starting training on cockpit simulators and replicas of the spacecraft that will take them to the ISS.
Just 12 percent of machine learning researchers are women—a worrying statistic for a field supposedly reshaping society.
The Note 9 comes with a spiffed up camera, more storage than you'll ever need, and a stylus that doubles as a remote control.
Your phone can measure acceleration, magnetic field, sound, location, and maybe more—which turns it into a portable data collector for science projects.
The first high-quality, complete sequence of the bread wheat genome could support the creation of the first genetically modified wheat.
For a roguelike, *Dead Cells* is highly addicting. Thank sleek design and appreciation for the past for that.
In everything from cameras to batteries, researchers are pursuing biomimicry—basically, copping nature’s secrets.
On YouTube, the personal moment has transformed from bare-bones confessional to something unabashedly public.
If you’re on the fence about folding bikes, try this one.
A new movement says that crypto-voting can purify democracy—and eventually eliminate the need for governments altogether.
It’s tempting to mock last weekend’s Unite the Right rally as an abject failure. But doing so misunderstands how the group itself has been defining success for decades.
A band of activist-entrepreneurs is building a sensor network to warn when and where air strikes will hit—a constant threat under Bashar al-Assad's regime.
New analysis from mobile security firm Lookout shows that malware authors are taking full advantage of 'Fortnite' ditching the Google Play Store.
The proposed 3.6-mile route would take fans from the metro to the parking lot, saving them from hellish Los Angeles traffic.
The Tesla CEO might have trouble winning a showdown with the federal agency, according to experts.
What can the 14-person Digital Forensics Research Lab discover about fake news on Facebook that the billion-dollar company doesn't already know?
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