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Players, coaches, and scientists alike say that the current record of 64 yards is well shy of what humans are capable of kicking.

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All the state attorneys general, along with 12 major companies, promise to finally make serious moves against robocalls.

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John MacDougall’s portrait-style capture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson suggests the allure of a spy thriller.

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Bucking tradition, the next version of Google's mobile operating system will not be named after a dessert. Google is also changing the logo from green to black.

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Google's next big Android release will make you safer—especially in ways you can't see.

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Opinion: Millions of folks filling out the 2020 Census on public library computers also are putting themselves at risk.

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It’s one thing to try to keep personal information from Facebook. But what if a company is going to use it to save people’s lives?

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Whether you plan to crush that term paper or immerse yourself in research, these college-ready computers will help you excel.

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More than a third of millennials slip ’n’ slide into debt to attend bachelor/ette parties. Thanks to group texts, the party never stops.

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Seattle has a no-brainer solution: If you're afraid of being swatted, list your address in a registry that police can check.

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In a survey conducted by Girls Who Code, teen female engineers report that even their very first encounters with tech companies raised red flags.

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SpaceX is teaming up with the maker of a space tugboat, which would nudge satellites around, clean up space junk, and do other orbital housekeeping.

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A new WHO report says drinking microplastic particles isn't yet a threat to human health. But we need way more research.

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Partnering with the Virginia Tech, Ford-owned Spin is gathering data from its scooters to see where things get dangerous and how to keep riders safe.

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Instagram users like Usher, Martha Stewart, and Rick Perry posted a meme warning about a new rule that doesn't actually exist.

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You can buy the latest Raspberry Pi as a Desktop PC Kit if you want, making it more useful than ever.

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