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Last week, social media was awash in commentary about the historic meeting between the US president and the North Korean leader.

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Plus: Volvo gets some lidar, Seattle's high-tech tunnel, and Boeing tries to make the future of flight a lot more fun.

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It's like the designer *wanted* people to crash in excellent viral videos.

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"Aquamation," a greener form of body disposal, is gaining acceptance in America. But some groups are fighting to stop it.

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The 'Fortnite' Pro-Am event, held during the E3 videogame show this week, brought together titans and fans of the world's biggest game.

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As the trustless, decentralized world of digital tokens expands, fraudsters, gamblers, sex workers, and drug dealers are cashing in.

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Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze captures daily life unfolding atop buildings in the crowded district of Kowloon.

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Former *Mythbusters* host Kari Byron has a few suggestions for handling toxic fans.

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Encrypted email, a 20-year-old bug, and more security news this week.

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Go shopping for DNA testing kits, fancy robot vacuums, gaming hardware and software, and more this weekend.

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We look at two cameras that approach the iconic quadrilateral instant photo from new angles.

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The huge cloud blocks out the sun, sending Oppy into low power mode.

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Computer simulations have become so accurate that cosmologists can now use them to study dark matter, supermassive black holes, and other mysteries of the real evolving cosmos.

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One cautionary point: Pro-leisure science does not give permission to trance out on Twitter or graze Netflix endlessly.

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Embattled Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes faces 11 counts of wire fraud—but will continue to chair the company's board.

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This week’s podcast is all about the software that points to the future of our how we'll use our gadgets – even if they infuriate us in the interim.

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New tests find that certain headbands cut risk of head injuries, but officials are reluctant to mandate their use.

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If Trump actually followed White House protocol for secure calling, it's probably fine. But what are the odds?

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Roger Clark allegedly served as Ross Ulbricht's Silk Road consigliere. Friday, the feds announced his extradition from Thailand.

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Since the show's original Bravo incarnation, the conversation around gender and sexuality has evolved in fundamental ways—and in new episodes is refreshingly nuanced.

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Verizon has united two faded names from internet 1.0 under its Oath brand. Now it needs a strategy.

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All three of Huawei's M5 Android tablets are worth your time, but which is best for you?

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Opinion: The UK and Canada are uncovering the unsettling reach of Cambridge Analytica. So why aren't Americans interested?

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The giant videogame show is wrapping up, which means it's prediction time. Here's what we noticed.

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A soccer player rarely scores directly off a corner kick. It's called an Olympic goal, and when it does happen, it's usually an accident. Here's why.

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