Proposed House bill urges NASA to push moon landing back to 2028

An authorization bill introduced on Friday by Rep. Kendra Horn, D-Okla., urges NASA to delay putting US astronauts back on the moon until 2028...

Major Chinese science database scraps paywall to help fight coronavirus

SHANGHAI — A major scientific database run by China’s Tsinghua University has made its contents available free of charge as of Wednesday in order...

How to delete what Facebook knows about your private life

Forget me now. Facebook hoards much more personal data than many users realize, but now there’s a tool to make the social media giant remove...

NASA shutting down space telescope, infrared eyes to cosmos

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA is pulling the plug on one of its great observatories — the Spitzer Space Telescope — after 16 years...

NYPD uses $10 million lab to get past Apple encryption

Inside a fortified $10 million lab that looks like something NASA might have cooked up, the New York Police Department is trying to crack...

Clinton: Mark Zuckerberg ‘intends to re-elect Trump’ with misinformation policy

Hillary Clinton, in a new interview over the weekend, ripped Mark Zuckerberg as “authoritarian” and accused the billionaire of intentionally working to re-elect President...

U.K. Government Approves Huawei For 5G Mobile Networks, With Some Restrictions

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Samasource CEO Leila Janah dead at 37

The tech community has been left reeling after the death of Samasource founder and CEO Leila Janah passed away Friday at the age of...

LGBTQ doc uses ‘face doubles’ to protect anonymous sources

PARK CITY, Utah — In documentaries, anonymous sources have often been reduced to a shadowy, voice-distorted figure — or worse, a pixelated blur. But...

NASA looking for help to run its Mars sample missions

NASA wants to know if you have what it takes to lead the first mission to collect Martian samples. The American space agency is seeking...

India’s space agency sending a female robot into orbit

India is planning to send a “female” humanoid robot to space. The creepily realistic-looking humanoid is called Vyommitra and she could be heading on her...

The Tech Team Behind Billy Porter’s Incredible Opening and Closing Grammys Hat Told Us...

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‘I Wish We Could Connect on This Level.’ Memes Still Aren’t Accessible to People...

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The New Vine Successor Byte Is Already Beating TikTok in the App Store

Vine Successor Is Already Beating TikTok in the App Sto | Time this link is to an...

Vine Has a New Successor: The 6-Second Video App Byte

Vine Has a New Successor: The 6-Second Video App Byte | Time this link is to an...

Boeing backs out of experimental spaceplane project

To say it’s been a rough couple of years for Boeing would be an understatement. The company has endured a number of significant setbacks...

Rogue NYPD cops are using facial recognition app Clearview

Rogue NYPD officers are using a sketchy facial recognition software on their personal phones that the department’s own facial recognition unit doesn’t want to...

‘Magic’ gloves let acclaimed Brazilian pianist play again

SAO PAULO — A few days before Christmas, renowned pianist João Carlos Martins summoned his friends to a Sao Paulo bar so he could...

Scientists solve mystery behind super-bright supernova

An exploding star that blazed to life 240 million light-years away in the Perseus constellation may have consumed its dead neighbor, new research shows. Although...

London police to start using controversial live facial recognition tech

LONDON — London police will start using facial recognition cameras to pick out suspects from street crowds in real-time, in a major advance for...

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