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Over the course of two presidential campaigns, Sanders showed how effective a digital-first movement could be.

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Hospitals are deploying tablets and smartphones to protect staff, preserve protective equipment, and help patients connect with loved ones.

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We’re approaching the speed limit for electronic computer chips. If we want to go faster, we’ll need data-carrying photons—and some tiny lasers.

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Researchers are racing to achieve the benefits of location-tracking without the surveillance.

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Being completely sedentary isn't just bad for people—it's bad for vehicles, too.

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We break down the six new Galaxy A series phones, which start at $110 and go all the way up to $600, giving Samsung a foothold in every possible price point.

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Patients often don't know their own anatomy. Doctors often don't know how to talk about it over a screen.

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The flu shot campaigns of 1976 and 2009 offer key lessons for how (and how not) to distribute, monitor and communicate about vaccines. But will anyone listen?

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With a budget of just $2,000, researchers could fool biometric scanners 80 percent of the time.

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The parody Twitter account devoted to The Americana at Brand is absurd. But now that LA residents are stuck at home, it's a strange source of comfort.

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Steam lets you run local multiplayer videogames over the internet, allowing you to play with friends even when they’re not next to you.

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If you’re a subscriber, you may have a lot of questions now that the two wireless carriers have merged. And what's happening with Dish and Boost? We have answers.

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No one complained about the lack of evidence for 20-second hand-washing. So why did we treat face masks differently?

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Using beams of X-rays and electrons, researchers are creating a moving model of the coronavirus in order to discover its weaknesses.

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Many years before the rise of walking-paced exploration games, *Animal Crossing* captured the lovely melancholy of pointless perambulation.

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We’re on the precipice of a downturn in consumer spending, and the mobile device market may take a very big hit.

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The $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill makes contractors eligible for unemployment insurance. But states want pay stubs that ride-hail drivers don't have.

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Contestants on Italy's version of Big Brother had a jump-start on life under quarantine. Now they return to a world both familiar and alien.

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The show is built around the joy of hanging out with its hosts—even more so than on other late-night TV programs. Here’s how it's surviving a moment when hanging out is impossible.

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Here are the brave men who aren’t letting a lack of relevant training stop them from weighing in on how to solve the crisis.

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Consumer genomics company 23andMe wants to mine its database of millions of customers for clues to why the virus hits some people harder than others.

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Researchers use models meant for infectious diseases to show how congestion proliferates. That may mean a vaccine for traffic jams is on the horizon.

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We have the technology to administer tests and assess categories of risk. We just need the leadership.

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First of all, you can't just open the hatch when you're trapped at the bottom of the ocean. But there is a way out—it requires physics and some audacity.

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If we want more renewable energy, our grids will have to manage themselves. A small experiment in Colorado is lighting the way.

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