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Forget about rain delays or missing flight crews. Climate change means the real problem for aviation will be heat waves.

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The levitating test sled hit 70 mph in a near-vacuum in a tube.

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The Day of Action gave the fight for net neutrality its spotlight moment. But it shouldn't end here.

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On the internet's day of action in support of net neutrality, a look at what's at stake.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft made its first close pass by Jupiter's big red spot, and it's got the pictures to prove it.

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On a Day of Action in support of net neutrality, internet giants showed their supports a variety of ways.

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The Echo Dot remains the best-selling Alexa device since its debut. So why aren't more companies copying it?

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DNA could be a robust storage system for data, but never before have researchers stored information in a live organism.

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The $85 device, called Mighty, syncs with your Spotify playlists so you can jam out without going online.

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Safeguard uses algorithms to track a drone’s movement relative to the geofences, and stops it before it goes too far.

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The MA770 is a 35-pound speaker made of concrete (yes, cement and crushed rocks) that is equal parts art and audio.

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Like so few things in life, Google's printed photo book service works exactly as advertised.

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You know how social media posts feel like transient thoughts when you make them? Turns out they stick around.

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A modified rabies virus lets scientists control how ferrets respond to simple visual patterns. There's a point, promise.

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Xiaoxiao Xu dreams of flying. So do the DIY aviators who fill her delightful new photo book.

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Zuul, the Gatekeeper of Gozer? That's one Sumerian demigod who's definitely going to find his way to Hawkins National Laboratory.

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Two new reports contend that Google financed hundreds of papers that could help further its policy and regulatory goals.

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Which of Russia's hacking groups is targeting American energy utilities?

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Opinion: The tech industry can benefit from bringing beta-testing outside Silicon Valley.

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Senator Ron Wyden on The Day of Action and the Fight For Net Neutrality

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Video games like Overwatch are becoming unexpected sites for destigmatizing autism spectrum disorders.

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There's no getting around the fact that artificial intelligence will upend our world—but human empathy can't be coded.

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Y-Vonne Hutchinson helps tech firms master inclusion—and she says the Valley's wave of mea culpas over sexual harassment is just step one.

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Net neutrality is an outrage, and today's protests are hugely important. But we're really getting screwed on the 'middle mile.'

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Silicon Valley is flush with jobs and women in tech are talking openly about harassment. That's no coincidence.

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