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The winners developed a technique for imaging the 3-D shape of proteins, a crucial step in studying the molecules' function.

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The wireless earbuds are connected by a rope-like cable that goes behind your head and give you a direct line to Google Assistant.

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The Pixel 2 arrives this month starting at $649. It's faster, has a super-sharp OLED screen, and wow that camera.

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Google Assistant and Chrome OS in a two-pound hybrid laptop.

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Everything you can do with a Google Home, but in a smaller package.

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The new Sonos One shows what you can do when you marry amazing speakers with a great virtual assistant.

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Want to know how far Matthew McConaughey jumped in 'Reign of Fire'? Mark Hofmeyer is the quant you're looking for.

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Bungie's sequel is a game about dying. But ultimately, in its endgame, the game has trouble remembering that.

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Mainstream awareness wasn't a foregone conclusion—podcasts needed a few major developments to hit big.

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Steemit is a social network that pays users for their contributions. But in the cryptocurrency gold rush, it's unclear who stands to profit.

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Matt Sharp, now of The Rentals, writes a melancholy fable about everyone's favorite CEO.

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A self-organized mesh of artificial synapses might point the way to devices that match the brain’s energy-efficient computing prowess.

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Google is set to announce new Pixel phones and other new hardware at a live event in San Francisco. The live video starts at 9am PDT.

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Appliance maker Dyson plans to make an electric car by 2020, but will buy self-driving software from others.

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To replicate ourselves in artificial intelligence, we first have to embrace human error. Sci-fi writer Hugh Howey says we shouldn't try it.

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In his new book, Tim O'Reilly identifies the first case of an algorithm run amok—and it's not what you think.

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Comcast cable is trying to weasel out of its obligations to consumers by saying its First Amendment rights are under attack.

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Techies in Silicon Valley love making outrageous promises—but they’re pushing the limits of plausibility.

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Google unveils a new Pixel phone today, along with some other exciting hardware. Our liveblog starts at 8am PDT.

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Ten months ago, Yahoo disclosed the biggest breach in history. As it turns out, the company severely underestimated the impact. Think a billion users is bad? Try three billion.

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With each new revelation about the devastating Equifax breach, the company's defenses and response appear increasingly inadequate.

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A newly revealed Uber report says Anthony Levandowski left Google with valuable IP.

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American physicists Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish, and Kip Thorne have won the Nobel Prize in Physics for the detection of gravitational waves.

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Read an excerpt from the book, "The Runaway Species."

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Gather round for a tale of a modern art exhibit, a deafening thwack, and a mass abandonment of civility.

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