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A state-linked hacking group is once again trying to discredit antidoping investigators.

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The bad weather was bad enough to trigger cascade of effects through a system that's in delicate equilibrium at the best of times.

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At CES2018, Bell Helicopter showed off its idea of how a flying taxi system might work—so we climbed aboard.

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Researchers detail how an implantable robot could tug on organs to lengthen them, a potential treatment for two traumatic childhood disorders.

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How a possibly-Australian bit of slang came to dominate your social media feeds—and maybe soon, your dictionary.

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If you shoot an arrow straight up into the air, could it fall down fast enough to kill you? Physics can tell.

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Birds encode data in their chirps. Now businesses are encoding data in sound waves, as a way to authenticate users, pair devices, and complete other tasks.

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We're halfway through the giant consumer product showcase. Follow along live from CES 2018.

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Outlier started out making streetwear durable enough to bike in. But its attention to detail and sci-fi styles turned the brand into a fashion obsession for the tech set.

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More of our picks from the consumer technology to watch in 2018.

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German researchers say that a flaw in the app's group-chat feature undermines its end-to-end encryption promises.

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Whether or not you're interested in upgrading your idiot box, this year's TVs offer a way to understand the state of the whole tech world.

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Now that Breitbart has parted ways with Steve Bannon, the digitally driven insurgency he championed may fizzle.

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A new report from Human Rights Watch sheds light on a troubling law enforcement practice called “parallel construction.”

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After months of delays, SpaceX's clandestine Zuma mission finally launched on Sunday. But the satellite on board may not have made it to its destination.

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This week at CES, we get two new cameras that capture 180-degree panoramic images.

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The highly modified feathers of a male bird of paradise absorb 99.95 percent of light, creating an astonishingly dark black.

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There's plenty out there to fill those long, cold nights.

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Follow along our up-to-the-minute coverage of CES 2018, live from Las Vegas, Nevada.

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A shiny new display tech is on its way—but to OLED fans, it might look awfully familiar.

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Scientists have grown real, twitching muscle from chunks of flesh before. But now, they’ve made muscle fibers out of undifferentiated stem cells.

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The journey starts with a shape-shifting electric vehicle called the e-Palette.

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The battle for the voice-controlled future is going to be fought on a thousand fronts.

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Former Google engineer James Damore, who was fired in August after posting a screed against the company's affirmative-action policies, sued Google Monday for discriminating against whites, males, and conservatives.

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Facebook's M once heralded the possibilities of chatbots. Its demise highlights the technology's limitations.

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