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One of NASA’s proposed missions would send a spacecraft to Venus on a suicide mission in order to study its atmosphere.
Clever malware, student surveillance, and more of the week’s top security news.
After two decades of working in and researching the auto industry, I realized it was time to give up the driver’s seat.
The 20th century author was also a formidable science fiction critic.
We tested lots of affordable Windows laptops, Chromebooks, and 2-in-1 tablets. You don’t have to spend a fortune to get a good notebook.
Despite hopes that ride hailing would ease traffic and reduce carbon emissions, a new study finds that it’s actually driving them upward.
Having you been scoping out a new mattress or a Nintendo Switch game? It’s Leap Day, and there are a lot of great sales going on.
Regulators have been hands-off on autonomous vehicles, even after deaths and injuries. But they acted quickly after a woman was hurt in Columbus this week.
That anxiety has spawned an onslaught of books: Some try to convince you that your job can get better, while others argue that the machines will simply take them all away.
The retail giant says it penalizes sellers who violate its policies, but some merchants say enforcement seems haphazard.
Organizers of the Game Developers Conference postponed the event after a series of big-name companies like Amazon and Blizzard pulled out citing health concerns.
The proposed fines—against T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint—total more than $200 million for their role in breaches of privacy.
Secretary DeVos Launches Innovative Pilot at Four Universities for Students to Access Financial Aid Refunds
WASHINGTON — Federal Student Aid launched today the myFSApay program pilot for students at Jackson State University, Purdue University, the University of California-Riverside, and the University of Georgia. This innovative pilot will allow students at …
News reports claim that a Japanese patient was reinfected with Covid-19. But there are other possibilities, like a bad test or a flare-up of the original disease.