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The president's Twitter account went down for a few minutes last week. A lot of people had feelings about it.

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Encrypted, simple, and free, Signal is the one messaging app you need on your phone.

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By reimagining the kinks and folds of origami as atoms in a lattice, researchers are uncovering strange behavior hiding in simple structures.

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They really want humans and autonomous vehicles to be friends.

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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have exploded in value—making them an ever-more attractive target for scammers and hackers. Here's how to protect investment.

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Opinion: They exist largely online, enjoy international devotees, and advance belief-driven agendas that they pursue, at times, above, the law.

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BadRabbit malware, Russian phishing, and more of the week's top security news.

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National Book Award nominee Carmen Maria Machado thinks the positive response to her short story collection is partly a reaction to the 2016 election.

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Amazon's rugged, made-for-kids tablet is one of the better devices for soaking up some screen time.

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From millions of miles to billions of light years away, this week's space photos are far out, man.

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The core of a neutron star is such an extreme environment that physicists can’t agree on what happens inside. But a new space-based experiment—and a few more colliding neutron stars—should reveal whether neutrons themselves break down.

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It's a lot harder to sell electric cars without that $7,500 federal tax credit.

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This week, the hosts discuss the iPhone X. Maybe you've heard of it?

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A tech trade group that includes Facebook and Google said it will support Senate bill after executives were criticized at hearings on Russia and the 2016 election.

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Removal of President Trump's Twitter account for 11 minutes by a rogue worker shows that humans are not always the answer to technology.

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Starting Friday, Verizon's charging an extra $10 per month for high-definition video that your eyes can't even see.

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Want to know what happens following Ragnarok? We're here to help.

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Plus: How cities can design streets to accommodate self-driving cars and the humans they no longer need.

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Just make sure you use the right equation when you're calculating your trajectory.

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To build the world’s biggest telescope, you first need to cast, shape, and polish the world’s biggest mirrors.

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For the first time in Antarctic history, a team will try to restart equipment and generators that have been sitting at -67°F. It might not work.

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Supplies may be thin at launch, so here's how to pre-order the new Xbox.

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It's there—if you know where to look for it.

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Psychologists and students of advertising say Russia effectively used fake ads to exploit divisions in US.

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Thousands of dollars. Hours of work. Five different masks. Apple's iPhone X Face ID has held up against all of it.

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