Data donated by Facebook users to Stephen Wolfram yields interesting patterns that may reveal how people change over time.
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What the blog network’s monetization plans say about the future of publishing.
A lab at Harvard is developing materials with potentially revolutionary optical characteristics.
Stock plunge another reminder of social media's power -- and the need for fact-checking
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Apple plans to keep inventing new product categories without much of a boost from its cash reserves.
The search giant has signed up to a consortium that wants hardware to have a role in authenticating people.