Facebook said it will prioritize news sources by surveying users about their trust in media brands.
A reporter's suggestion prompts a startup executive to create a browser extension that adds the words "on the blockchain" to every sentence.
Newark, New Jersey has the highest unemployment rate of any Amazon HQ2 finalist—and the highest tax incentives.
All you need is a battery, a magnet, and some wires to build your own quasi-fictional submarine drive.
With slate full of movies by and about women, the festival is poised to start a lot of conversations.
Plus lots of news from CES and the Detroit Auto Show.
Call it "emo rap," call it "Soundcloud rap," but its iconoclasm fuels unbounded creativity.
News consumption habits are changing, and not only because of Facebook. But mostly because of Facebook.
Magnetic north changes by as much as 40 miles per year, and that means signage updates.
When use of a contraceptive app results in an unwanted pregnancy, don't blame the technology.
A new layer of code could address two problems that inhibit use of bitcoin in transactions.
The answers to impolite but salient questions about personal health aren’t, it turns out, straightforward—for anyone, not just a president.
New details about Triton malware should put industrial systems and critical infrastructure on notice.
The FCC backed away from an earlier proposal that would have lowered the threshold for connections to be considered "broadband," and said it had rejected the idea of labeling mobile internet a replacement for home broadband.
The robot revolution we're in the midst of is way more interesting and way less murder-y than science fiction. Call it the multiplicity.
What exactly is happening when you wash your clothes with fatty acid salts in a candylike package?
Microsoft and Alibaba claimed software could read like a human. There's more to the story than that.
Blood tests can detect eight of the most common cancers—but their accuracy still isn’t high enough to be used clinically.
New research advances techniques for finding and exploiting known vulnerabilities in IoT devices automatically.
ESL is bringing two of its leagues exclusively to Facebook Watch. Are no-scope 360 headshots the new "meaningful interaction"?
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