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The 72-year-old company is ready to try just about anything, from bikes to robots, to stick around.

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LifeProof's first backpack has a lot to recommend it, but falls short of the mark.

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The Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, which means an avalanche of news from Apple.

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A forensic DNA firm that works with law enforcement says it has uploaded 100 files to GEDmatch, the site that helped identify the alleged Golden State Killer.

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Burt Dorman says that the scientific mainstream missed the chance to wipe out AIDS and save the lives of 35 million people. Now he wants another try.

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After learning to code from nonprofit The Last Mile, four inmates built JOLT, a search engine to help further their studies.

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GM needs cash to build autonomous cars; SoftBank has more cash than it can spend. Hence, a marriage.

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No, Big Tech isn't trying to defame conservatives. But Google did make a big mistake.

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At the conference where Steve Jobs sparred with Bill Gates, tech executives grapple with their place in a changed world.

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Researchers used smartphone-location data and polling results to peer into millions of people's personal lives. Could bad actors do the same?

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Photographer Rachael Talibart spends months waiting for the perfect shot.

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Sony's latest Android phone is a little awkward, but snaps some beautiful shots. Our full WIRED review.

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It’s the biggest deal yet in a nascent but booming industry, and confirms the automaker’s status as one of the leading players.

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You should never show a physicist a spaceship's control panel.

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Not being on top makes it a lot easier for Microsoft to take risks with its hardware.

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New start-ups use wearable technology and mail-order blood tests to help women get pregnant and make sense of their future baby-making options.

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A look back at everything we tested and liked this month, as well as the most promising updates to the stuff we're already using.

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If the pilot ever loses their bearings, a double-tap to the yoke automatically returns the helicopter to a stable, controlled attitude.

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A new recording by synthesizer artist Suzanne Ciani is being released on a long-forgotten analog surround-sound format.

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Team created in 2014 to make the government more tech-friendly soldiers on, helping agencies work more efficiently and save money.

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It's the third reported stranding in the Bay Area in a week. The average here for an entire year is five to seven. So what’s going on?

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Shortly after Consumer Reports panned the Model 3 for its long stopping distance, Elon pushed a change through the ether and adjusting the anti-lock algorithm.

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Russian war correspondent Arkady Babchenko was reported dead Tuesday. On Wednesday, he showed up at a press conference, very much alive.

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Nearly three out of four federal agencies is unprepared for a cyberattack, and there's no system in place to fix it.

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Speaking at a technology conference Snap CEO Evan Spiegel takes a few digs at rival Facebook, prompting a reply tweet from a Facebook executive.

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