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Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future
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Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future

One persistent criticism of Silicon Valley is that it no longer works on big, world-changing ideas.

The State of the Car Computer: Forget Horsepower, We Want Megahertz!
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The State of the Car Computer: Forget Horsepower, We Want Megahertz!

If I asked you "how many computing devices do you own?" your mind will probably first jump to your PCs and laptops at home, and then to your smartphones and tablets...

Video Games Can Make You a Better Writer
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Video Games Can Make You a Better Writer

While teachers traditionally encourage students to read more to become better writers, New York Institute of Technology English professor John Misak suggests relying...

The Easter Egg Puzzles that Are Hiding Inside Video Games
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The Easter Egg Puzzles that Are Hiding Inside Video Games

Brad Hill knew what the jumbled letters represented, but he had no idea where they would lead.

Next List 2017 20 Tech Visionaries Who Are Creating the Future
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Next List 2017 20 Tech Visionaries Who Are Creating the Future

Microsoft will build computers even more sleek and beautiful than Apple's. Robots will 3-D-print cool shoes that are personalized just for you.

How to Build Your Own Moonshot Lab, According to Astro Teller
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How to Build Your Own Moonshot Lab, According to Astro Teller

From balloon-based Internet to self-driving cars, Astro Teller and his team have produced some of the world's most ambitious technology products.

Kees Immink: The Man Who Put Compact Discs on Track
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Kees Immink: The Man Who Put Compact Discs on Track

Remember vinyl records? More specifically, do you remember the way vinyl records skip when they're dusty or scratched?

How YouTube's Shifting Algorithms Hurt Independent Media
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How YouTube's Shifting Algorithms Hurt Independent Media

At the age of 21, David Pakman started a little Massachusetts community radio talk program.

How World of Warcraft Can Get You a Job
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How World of Warcraft Can Get You a Job

A new study found that successful gamers had qualities that translate to success on virtual workplace teams.

Are Teenagers Replacing Drugs With Smartphones?
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Are Teenagers Replacing Drugs With Smartphones?

Amid an opioid epidemic, the rise of deadly synthetic drugs and the widening legalization of marijuana, a curious bright spot has emerged in the youth drug culture...

Face It, Meatsack: Pro Gamer Will Be the Only Job Left
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Face It, Meatsack: Pro Gamer Will Be the Only Job Left

Look at economic data closely and the trends aren't pretty: People with elite backgrounds are hoovering up an increasing share of new income and wealth.

The Jokes, the Scene (Oh, and the Winners) at the Film Academy's Scientific and Technical Awards
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The Jokes, the Scene (Oh, and the Winners) at the Film Academy's Scientific and Technical Awards

The beautiful people hog most of the headlines during Oscars season, but it was the geeks who inherited the Earth as the motion picture academy handed out its annual...

Kremlin-Sponsored News Does Really Well on Google
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Kremlin-Sponsored News Does Really Well on Google

In the weeks after the election, tech companies scrambled to shoo fake news off of their platforms.

From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears
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From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears

Patrick Stobbs recently sat in a conference room here playing songs from his smartphone, attempting to show how his start-up, Jukedeck, is at the cutting edge of...

This Team Runs Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page
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This Team Runs Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page


Classic Video Game System Used to Improve Understanding of the Brain
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Classic Video Game System Used to Improve Understanding of the Brain

Researchers used a Donkey Kong processor as a model organism to see if popular data analysis methods from neuroscience can elucidate the way the brain processes...

Video Game Bounces Into History
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Video Game Bounces Into History

"Tennis for Two," a video games developed in 1958 by Brookhaven Lab physicist Willy Higinbotham, has been added to the permanent collection of The Strong Museum...

Team Creates Accessible Tools for Musicians with Disabilities
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Team Creates Accessible Tools for Musicians with Disabilities

Working with artists with disabilities, a team including researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been creating more accessible tools and instruments...

The Man Selling Virtual Reality to China
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The Man Selling Virtual Reality to China

One afternoon in December, Kevin Geiger was giving one of his regular talks about storytelling in virtual reality.

Musical Table Teaches Basics of Computer Programming
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Musical Table Teaches Basics of Computer Programming

TuneTable, an interactive tabletop tangible programming application designed to teach basic computer coding through music, will be installed in various museums...
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