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The tech giant will officially acquire the legendary developer platform. The question now is what happens to some of the code it hosts.

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Apple, like much of Silicon Valley, wants to cure the disease it caused. But it could go further.

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The company has unveiled a suite of time-management tools to help balance your digital and real lives—*without* consulting researchers.

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Twitter has increasingly become a place where a small number of elite users commandeer huge followings—and they don't always use their power for good.

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In an exclusive interview, Apple's Craig Federighi explains how developers will be able to get their iOS apps working on Macs.

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Which method is better? It’s complicated.

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It won't replace your car, but Boosted's entry-level board might be what you've been waiting for.

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Citizen scientists have served as glacier trackers in Iceland—and witnesses to the ravages of climate change—for generations. Will they continue?

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In Facebook groups, wildlife traffickers can hawk their wares to buyers across the globe. A team of whistleblowers hopes that an undercover sting—and a novel legal attack—can cut off the illicit trade where it lives online.

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Researchers at the University of Michigan are just the latest to use pokey driverless shuttles to study how people use, and feel about using, this new technology.

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Facebook shared user data with the makers of smartphones and other devices, including Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, and Blackberry.

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Taking a pause to work on stability is exactly the right move for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave.

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The next version of Safari takes on ad-trackers more aggressively than ever.

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Apple's yearly developer keynote was all about software.

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The deal is the latest in a series of moves by Microsoft to move away from its Windows-first heritage and embrace open-source software.

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As worldwide development rises for electric vehicle batteries and wind turbines, the demand for metals from the bottom of the sea has spiked.

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West's eighth studio album is a portrait of the self as fragmented and damaged—of a man having failed his family, his fans, himself.

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In a global scenario called Low Energy Demand, a revolution in consumer energy efficiency could help us meet our climate goals. Could.

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It was to test Einstein's theory of general relativity.

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Christie Hemm Klok photographed 45 women who work for the San Francisco Fire Department.

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Yes, that thing everyone is talking about almost didn't happen.

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Instead of limiting scooters, officials should rebuild infrastructure with their riders in mind. Because a city made for scooters is a city made for freedom.

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What happens when a national laboratory’s supercomputers start glitching?

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What used to be the province of acid-tripping tie-dye wearers has been co-opted by Silicon Valley—and we must be responsible about how we wield this new reality.

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Join us for live coverage of Apple's WWDC 2018 keynote at 9 am PDT on Monday, June 4.

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