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The best way to mark the space telescope’s birthday is by looking at nebulae.

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The extraterrestrials in author Mercurio D. Rivera's 'The Love War' have a soft spot for humanity.

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Xbox hacking, LinkedIn bugs, and more security news this week.

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In new computer experiments, artificial-intelligence algorithms can tell the future of chaotic systems.

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A heat-seeking view of the world could provide one more way for robo-cars to stay out of danger.

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Have you noticed patterns in those ephemeral, six-digit tokens? There's a reason for that.

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In suing Russia, the Trump campaign, and others over the hack of its systems in 2016, the Democratic National Committee has also filled in important timeline details.

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The new Blueprints tool makes it easy for anyone to build custom skills for Alexa.

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This week, we discuss our personal relationships with our most beloved gadgets.

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HBO's futuristic thriller has a whole lot of explaining to do.

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One of the best flagship phones of 2017 just got a massive price cut.

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Selfies may not be cool anymore, but their spirit lives on—just as it always has.

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Kensuke Koike adds nothing and takes away nothing from the portraits he alters—just rearranges the parts.

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The treatment was fast-tracked for approval, and the first person to use the drug in the US was our writer's son.

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A report from the National Association of Scholars takes on the reproducibility crisis in science. Not everyone views the group’s motives as pure.

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Plus: Electric scooters invade American cities and Lyft goes after its carbon emissions.

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This week, the precision and thunder of artistic exceptionalism were on full display. So were critics.

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Opinion: Citizens may object to their social media posts being mined by law enforcement, but the practice can keep the public safe.

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Facebook is ubiquitous, yes—but we shouldn't put it on the same regulatory plane as telecom giants.

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Detecting an insidious physical attack on your MacBook may often be as simple as alerting you when its lid opens.

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On a new health portal, 23andMe encourages customers to share how they manage common health conditions. It’s not hard to see who gets the better side of the deal.

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Investigators says Flight 1380's engine showed signs of "metal fatigue," and now airlines are hoping to find similar problems before they cause another disaster.

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New research from Princeton University exposes vulnerabilities in the social network's universal login API.

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Audit by PwC came two years after Facebook learned that a university researcher gave personal data on millions of Facebook users to Cambridge Analytica.

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With the Moto G6 and E5, the king of budget phones has no plans to abdicate its throne in 2018.

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