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Evidence mounts that organisms without nervous systems can in some sense learn and solve problems, but researchers disagree about whether this is “primitive cognition.”
This small, bashful botvac that will win over your heart, if not your wallet.
The famed Italian design house hopes to win over customers with the PF0, a battery-powered ride that hits 60 mph in under two seconds and offers 310 miles of range.
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The 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking the DNC allegedly used $95,000 worth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to fund their operation.
Microsoft's chief product officer, Panos Panay, tells us why the company made the Surface Go.
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The special counsel has unleashed an international, geopolitical bombshell.
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