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A new documentary by Acadamy Award nominated director Matt Heineman goes inside the struggle to shed light on the horrors of ISIS's rule in Raqqa, Syria.

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Pondering the role of Hooke's law and Young's modulus as we break down a scene in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming.'

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In Germany, Canada, Austria, and elsewhere in the world, tech companies are being ordered to remove online content globally. Here's why that's troubling.

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Hackers have reportedly targeted US energy utilities, and may be laying the groundwork for blackouts. But they may yet be a long way from that goal.

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It’s the first major automaker to announce a serious shift to electric.

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Salto is a tiny robot with an outrageous leap and a bright future in rescue operations.

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A better understanding of the on-switch for cannabis could help researchers design THC-like molecules without the side effects.

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Our buying guide rounds up selections priced between $5 and $30

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Blocks is more than an intuitive creative tool—it's a way to turn us all into architects of a virtual universe.

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Whether you do it with a bowling ball or a wrecking ball like the guys on 'Outrageous Acts of Danger,' the science is the same.

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Travel can be unpredictable, but these technology-packed cases make the journey a little less stressful.

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You can't lock down all the things all the time. But you can build a personal protection plan that makes sense for you.

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People descended upon the town of Roswell, New Mexico for the 22nd annual UFO Festival.

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Tony Stark and Peter Parker are friends in the new Spider-Man flick—but the haven't always been BFFs.

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Google's in-house artist shows how code that can understand images can also be made to play with them.

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These semi-submersible ships also carry things like oil rigs around the ocean.

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We're diving into corners of the internet you didn't know you should care about. You're welcome.

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With his latest film, the legendary director injects indie spirit—and funding—into an insanely ambitious, Euro-flavored, alien-riddled, space spectacle.

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Despite its frequent missteps, experts agree that North Korea will achieve the ability to launch a nuclear missile.

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Opinion: Supplier diversity is a great way for women- and minority-owned small businesses to earn money in tech without knowing code.

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Taking advice from cities around the world.

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New research works to unlock human "attentional awareness."

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The long-time leader of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence—and inspiration for the movie Contact—has scores of astronomical devotees.

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Scrubbing the bad stuff from your social media and movies won't make the world better. And it might make you worse.

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Groups, as it stands now, cannot build the communities Mark Zuckerberg wants it to.

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