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Apple has boasted of its use of a cutting-edge data science known as "differential privacy." Researchers say they're doing it wrong.

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Can a distraction-free e-Ink slate free us from our cluttered digital lives?

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Hulu's Emmy-nominated show presents a familiar scenario that seems far more horrifying than drought or an AI takeover.

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The iPhone X is all screen, no bezel—and it's a feat of industrial design.

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Three women sue Google saying it pervasively discriminates against women employees in pay and promotions.

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While the orbiter will burn up over Saturn, its scientific legacy will live on.

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A patch that would have prevented the devastating Equifax breach had been available for months. There's no excuse for that.

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Opinion: The new facial recognition technology could be the next frontier for surveillance.

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Millennials are, like, so 2000-and-late.

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Donald Glover's Emmy-nominated show never sacrifices the impact of the joke or the grace of the message.

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The $99 camera pays homage to the classic Polaroid OneStep.

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At the Frankfurt Motor Show, BMW showed off a concept sedan it says will soon enter production.

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Our favorite wireless headphones get better with improved eartips and a redesigned cable system.

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Employers increasingly use VR to recruit, retain workers.

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These headphones for runners stay put, but it's tough to keep them connected.

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It may be possible to resurrect the Floreana tortoise, by studying a long-lost population left by pirates on an extinct volcano.

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Indiana could provide a model of how states can better understand the spread and dangers of opioids.

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ExecThread lets members share 'hidden' job opportunities, but not everyone can join.

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Do we really want autonomous vehicles? One artist-provocateur imagines an alternative: the _driverful_ car.

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Inside the grueling, rootless lives of the RV dwellers who are spending their golden years working in the e-tail behemoth's warehouses.

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