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The genetic correlations that could help Bryce Olson find a drug that works against his cancer are a scattered mess. Why don’t we have a better system for analyzing this kind of information?
In a small study, the drug kept patients with mild symptoms from worsening. If it holds up in a larger test, it could help keep more people out of hospitals.
A new paper renews concerns about bias in image recognition services offered by Google, Microsoft, and Amazon.
You don’t have to wait until the day after Thanksgiving—or leave your house—to get in on these Black Friday deals.
An ER nurse’s anecdote of deranged denialism went viral. But when the media caught wind of the story, reporters didn’t do their jobs.
Nintendo's highly anticipated hack-and-slash crossover misses too much of what makes Zelda: Breath of the Wild a masterpiece.
The former Yahoo CEO wants to build a better address book on your phone. Does anyone want it?
The tracker-blocking company will soon launch a privacy-friendly desktop browser as well.
Everyone could use a break right now. These picks will bring peace to the mind, body, and home.
A deepfake bot has been generating explicit, non-consensual images on the platform. The researchers who found it say their warnings have been ignored.
If Assistant is your jam, then this mid-sized smart speaker is one of the best around.
Can the app-based services survive once restaurants reopen and diners aren't sequestered in their homes?
As usual, a lack of good data makes evaluating the risk of getting the virus on a flight hard to calculate. It’s probably low. It’s definitely not zero.
The epidemiologist calls it "the best of times and the worst of times," as good news on vaccines and testing coincides with a terrifying rise in cases.
Have fun outside this socially-distanced winter with our favorite deals from Patagonia, Solo Stove, and more.
The plot of America is beginning to look a lot like those time travel stories in which society is just one squashed butterfly away from fascism.
The new HBO docuseries is an observational marvel, capturing New York and its residents in vulnerable, honest moments. It’s also very funny.
University of Miami students accuse the campus police of using the software. Administrators deny it, but they had previously touted the capability.
The president dismissed the widely respected cybersecurity agency director Tuesday night for pushing back against election disinformation.
The blockbuster game of deception has security holes that let cheaters run wild.