Can efforts to bottle MDMA's magic transform psychiatry?
In a blog post today, Google disclosed that it recently discovered a bug that caused some portion of G Suite users to have their passwords stored in plain text. The bug has been around since 2005, though Google says that it can't find any evidence that anybody's password was improperly accessed.
A "new material" will be put into third-generation repaired keyboards.
Six months after Apple moved in and cut a deal with Amazon, small sellers have all but disappeared from Amazon Marketplace.
On May 19th, 1999, George Lucas changed movies forever. The long-anticipated Star Wars prequel, "Episode I: The Phantom Menace." hit theaters, returning to a world that fans had thought they'd never see again.
Mary Robinette Kowal's "The Calculating Stars," took home the top honor
An arcade classic on the go.
With the 7 Pro, OnePlus is declaring that it's no longer just a middle-weight boxer. It wants to challenge Apple and Samsung in the heavyweight class. It has created a phone that has certainly earned a chance to take on the champions — but is also substantially cheaper.
The president has finally shared a number for the expected budget amendment.
The train, which will be built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Hitachi, is capable of hitting a maximum speed of 400 km/h (248 mph), but it’s expected to carry passengers at 360 km/h (224 mph) when it opens to the public in 2030.
Microsoft's future prototypes are designed to make documents and data into Lego blocks.
Apple doesn't always tell the world when it buys another company — but in reality, it's quietly snapping up startups all the time. This weekend, CEO Tim Cook told CNBC that Apple purchases a new company every two to three weeks on average, and has bought between 20 and 25 companies in the last six months alone.
Mexico's drug war has left tens of thousands of casualties in secret graves. Now, the mothers of the missing are digging them up, armed with iron rods and quadcopter drones.
The prediction in Infinite Jest did not pan out.
To industry outsiders, it was a shock. What could have brought down one of Boeing's newest, most technologically sophisticated airplanes? But those closer to the airplane's development knew better: there had been warning signs from the start.
Its overwhelming theme, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, is that "the future is private." After a year plagued by controversy over whether Facebook is invading its users' privacy and encouraging social division, it's pushing hard on helping people connect with close family and friends.
One room at Microsoft’s headquarters represents everything that’s changed about its design philosophy.
It's a much smarter idea than the phrase "vertical TV" would lead you to believe.
That it’s now mundane to have and meet internet friends suggests something deeper has changed in American life, something related to how we befriend people now in the first place.
It feels intuitive to compare caffeine and nicotine, two drugs made by plants that can produce a bit of a buzz. But intuition isn’t the only thing at the root of that association: a concerted public relations effort by Big Tobacco has helped make it stick.