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Europe's Influence Over U.S. Tech Was More Formidable Than Ever in 2018
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Europe's Influence Over U.S. Tech Was More Formidable Than Ever in 2018

The influence of the biggest US tech companies is as powerful in Europe as anywhere else in the world. But what sets Europe apart is that the relationship is, to...

Dress Measures How Many Times the Wearer Was Groped
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Dress Measures How Many Times the Wearer Was Groped

The Dress For Respect, a garment for the #MeToo era, has sensors sewn in that measure where on the body, and when, the wearer is touched.

Upgraded US Supercomputers Claim Top Two Spots on Top500 List
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Upgraded US Supercomputers Claim Top Two Spots on Top500 List

The US now can claim the top two machines on a list of the 500 fastest supercomputers, as Sierra, an IBM machine for nuclear weapons research at Lawrence Livermore...

Google Pledges $25 Million in New Artificial Intelligence Challenge
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Google Pledges $25 Million in New Artificial Intelligence Challenge

Google announced the AI Global Impact Challenge and pledged $25 million in grants to help nonprofits, universities, and other organizations do positive things with...

Tech Industry is Leaving Behind Women of Color, Report Shows
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Tech Industry is Leaving Behind Women of Color, Report Shows

Women of color make up 80 percent of all new women-led small businesses in the United States. In tech, however, that figure plummets to 4 percent, according to...

Inside the Boot Camp Reforming Teenage Hackers
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Inside the Boot Camp Reforming Teenage Hackers

The program aims to offer young cybercriminals an alternative to jail and turn them into legit cyber pros.

HP Will Pay Hackers Up to $10,000 to Break Their Printers
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HP Will Pay Hackers Up to $10,000 to Break Their Printers

HP announced its first bug bounty program that specifically targets its printers, offering as much as $10,000 to hackers who can find vulnerabilities on its machines...

Harry Potter Coding Kit Teaches Programming with a Wand
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Harry Potter Coding Kit Teaches Programming with a Wand

The Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit from Kano teaches kids how to program a wand to perform magic spells.

Researchers Find Stolen Military Secrets For Sale on the Dark Web
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Researchers Find Stolen Military Secrets For Sale on the Dark Web

Military secrets on the U.S. Air Force's Reaper drone were listed for sale on the Dark Web for about $150, a security company says.

Google Doodle Celebrates Mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
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Google Doodle Celebrates Mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was born in the middle of the 17th century, but his substantial contributions to our understanding of numbers form the underpinnings of...

Avengers: Infinity War and the CG Effects Behind Thanos
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Avengers: Infinity War and the CG Effects Behind Thanos

Avengers: Infinity War is packed with dozens of beloved characters we've watched and loved over 10 years of Marvel movies. But one character stands—literally—head...

VR Could Be Your Next Painkiller
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VR Could Be Your Next Painkiller

After 10-year-old Blaine Baxter injured his arm in a go-kart accident last year, painful daily dressing changes at the hospital made him so anxious that he had...

Silicon Valley's 'Middle Class' Earns 7 Times U.S. Average
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Silicon Valley's 'Middle Class' Earns 7 Times U.S. Average

In the suburb home to HP and Tesla, high salaries are the norm. But that doesn't mean the residents of Palo Alto feel well off.

How Intel Creates Its Dazzling Drone Light Shows
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How Intel Creates Its Dazzling Drone Light Shows

After the lights went dark in the Monte Carlo resort's Park Theater, a buzzing army of 110 small drones with flickering red lights started to float up to the ceiling...

How Pixar's Cartoon Cheese Led to a Smarter View of Science
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How Pixar's Cartoon Cheese Led to a Smarter View of Science

Ten years ago, a chunk of animated cheese in Pixar's "Ratatouille" captured the imagination of cell biologist Janet Iwasa. So much so that it changed the way she...

What Amazon's Alexa Economy Pays the People Building Its Skills
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What Amazon's Alexa Economy Pays the People Building Its Skills

On a lark, Joel Wilson started developing skills for Alexa, Amazon's voice assistant, this past January.

Women Are Better in Tech Than Men, Says a Report
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Women Are Better in Tech Than Men, Says a Report

The Brookings Institution finds that women have better digital skills than men but are still underrepresented in the industry.

Slac Knows How the Universe Works. Now It's Targeting Your Needs
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Slac Knows How the Universe Works. Now It's Targeting Your Needs

You could be forgiven for thinking the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory's glory days are long over.

How Kaspersky Lab Got on the US Government's Bad Side 
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How Kaspersky Lab Got on the US Government's Bad Side 

The US government and one of the most popular and well-reviewed antivirus software companies are going through a messy breakup.

Bug Bounty Hunters Can Make Big Bucks with the Right Hack
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Bug Bounty Hunters Can Make Big Bucks with the Right Hack

Back in 2002, Tommy DeVoss had some unwanted guests at his front door: FBI agents, ready to raid his home.
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