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The VR Future Is Here but No One Can Agree on a Name for It
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The VR Future Is Here but No One Can Agree on a Name for It

At the VR keynote at Google's IO developer conference, a slide appeared on screen to start the morning's presentation. Clay Bavor, head of AR and VR for Google,...

Tech's Diversity Issues Could Cost It $16 Billion a Year
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Tech's Diversity Issues Could Cost It $16 Billion a Year

Unfair treatment at work is a big reason tech workers leave. It affects underrepresented groups and it's costing the industry, a study shows.

Trump Signs Laws to Promote Women in STEM
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Trump Signs Laws to Promote Women in STEM

Two new laws signed by President Donald Trump will let NASA and the National Science Foundation push for women and girls to get into STEM fields.

Hacker Knows Best: Privacy Tips from Kevin Mitnick
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Hacker Knows Best: Privacy Tips from Kevin Mitnick

Kevin Mitnick knows all the ways your privacy could be violated through your phone, computer and tablet.

Google's Harder Look at Moon Shots Seems to Be Paying Off
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Google's Harder Look at Moon Shots Seems to Be Paying Off

In the past few years, Google has become known for more than just its iconic search engine.

This Crazy Camera Could Be a Boon to VR Filmmakers
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This Crazy Camera Could Be a Boon to VR Filmmakers

If you're trying to create immersive virtual-reality video today, you've got a problem: choosing between a camera that's compact or a bulkier one that offers sharp...

At CES 2017, You Have to Ask: What Makes a Robot a Robot?
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At CES 2017, You Have to Ask: What Makes a Robot a Robot?

Tall, small, dancing, singing, cleaning, sassy, silly, cute and scary—CES 2017 was awash with robots.

Intel: We'll Be Your Net-Connected, Self-Driving Car's Brains
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Intel: We'll Be Your Net-Connected, Self-Driving Car's Brains

It's go time for Intel.

Smart Gadgets Need Security. Startups, That's Your Cue
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Smart Gadgets Need Security. Startups, That's Your Cue

At CES next week, expect booth after booth of smart devices—and a host of approaches to their security.

Artificial Intelligence Has a Big Year Ahead
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Artificial Intelligence Has a Big Year Ahead

Get ready for AI to show up where you'd least expect it.

Why It Was So Easy to Hack the Cameras that Took Down the Web
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Why It Was So Easy to Hack the Cameras that Took Down the Web

If you were anywhere near the internet in the US on Friday, you probably noticed a bunch of your favorite websites were down for much of the day. Now experts are...

Women in Tech: Why the Small Victories Matter
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Women in Tech: Why the Small Victories Matter

Published diversity and inclusion reports show that tech companies struggle to get their technical workforces up to even 30 percent women. The way out of this problem...

​AI Expert: Super-Smart Cars Are Just a Glorious Beginning
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​AI Expert: Super-Smart Cars Are Just a Glorious Beginning

Prepare for your car to become an intellectual giant—and for you to like it.

Welcome Your New Robot Overlords: Humans
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Welcome Your New Robot Overlords: Humans

I became a robot.

Melinda Gates Tackles Women in Tech Issues
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Melinda Gates Tackles Women in Tech Issues

Melinda Gates, one of the world's most high-profile philanthropists, gets the wheels turning on a push to promote women in the tech industry.

We're Ahead of Schedule to Turn 'Star Trek' Tech into Reality
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We're Ahead of Schedule to Turn 'Star Trek' Tech into Reality

Most Star Trek stories from the vaunted franchise turning 50 this week take place in a distant future we're not likely to see.

Happy 25th Birthday to the World Wide Web
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Happy 25th Birthday to the World Wide Web

Internauts, today we celebrate this glorious technology that brings us all together! On August 23, 1991--25 years ago today--the public gained access for the first...

Bitcoin's Technology Has a Surprising Fan: IBM
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Bitcoin's Technology Has a Surprising Fan: IBM

Bitcoin has a bad rap as the preferred currency of drug dealers. But that isn't stopping IBM and some of the world's most conservative businesses from tapping into...

Don't Baby These Kid Hackers
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Don't Baby These Kid Hackers

Emmett Brewer is no taller than the lectern on the stage, so he stands to the side of it to deliver his presentation. He's got a Dennis the Menace hairdo and he's...

How Today's Farmers Got a Head-Start on Tomorrow's Tech
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How Today's Farmers Got a Head-Start on Tomorrow's Tech

Cory Anstey always wanted to be a farmer. It was the joy of riding in the tractor, "the smell of the dirt in the spring" that drew him to the fields.
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