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Twitter has vowed to make harassment a priority, and today issued its 6-month progress report. But the company could still use more transparency in how it responds to abuse.

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Cops sent unsuspecting users scrambling from one dark web site's takedown to another site---that they controlled.

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Square Enix's new re-release offers a rare chance to revisit a polarizing but brilliant game in fresh light.

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The Human Support Robot makes its way into the real world, giving a paralyzed veteran extra independence.

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We review drawing apps for the iPad Pro and Pencil. Two are free, the rest are between $5 and $8

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Even the world's most stunning holy places are overrun with selfie-takers. Has Instagram officially made us all solipsists?

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Another year, another crop of buzzy projects taking the wraps off for superfans. Here's what we're geeked on.

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From a hacked Google Glass to a VR-like headset, these are the devices empowering the blind.

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The giant floating laboratory is in the middle of a bit of a mid-life crisis.

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With recognizable stars and a creative story, thriller podcast 'Homecoming' proves the medium has crossover potential.

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A collaboration between Google and transit tech company TransLoc could bring real-time transportation data to even more agencies.

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Who cares about the Fire Phone flop? If Amazon doesn't make another phone, it'll squander its hard-won Alexa lead.

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Photographer Klaus Pichler documents the strange world of online esotericism.

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If you want to fix voting, don't investigate fraud. Improve the outdated, insecure tech.

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Gun owners make up about 5% of Italy's population. But that doesn't mean they aren't enthusiastic.

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Memories begin when your neurons respond to outside stimuli—and compound to rewire your brain.

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With these accessories in your luggage, you can take your Opsec program everywhere you go.

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The self-balancing scooter isn't quite so steady when hackers take charge.

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Researchers believe the ballooning stem cell clinic industry is taking advantage of the federal repository's honor system. And patients will be the ones to pay, literally.

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Recording the road will earn you a few pennies, and help create detailed maps.

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Last week, HHS abruptly canceled two years and $213 million worth of grants meant to aid teen pregnancy prevention, stunning public health researchers around the country.

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The Field Study Handbook was meant to be a guide to esoteric field research. Instead, it’s become a $110 self-help manual for the digitally disaffected.

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