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Can a home pizza oven be easy and convenient? With this backyard Ooni oven, it can.
The Lockheed Martin subsidiary has made giving flight a whirl a matter of tapping on a tablet.
Apple just refreshed its desktop computers. One of them now runs on Intel’s 9th-generation processor.
Among both scientists and laypeople, DNA is a language, one which we “read,” “write,” and “edit.” The metaphor may distort our understanding of genetics.
Horn-free? Yup. Heat-tolerant? Sure. Flu-proof? Of course. Gene editing aims to make our food supply kinder and more efficient. But it’s struggling to leave the barn.
Scientist Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte wants to use gene editing to create human-animal hybrids that we can harvest for parts. What could go wrong?
Researchers are poised to bring gene-editing tech out of the lab. But just how far do we want Crispr to go?
As Crispr wends its way out of the petri dish and into our genes, scientists are searching for even sharper tools.
For software engineers, lack of friction is an aesthetic joy, an emotional high, the ideal existential state. It’s what drives them—and shapes our world.
Nancy Pelosi’s comments about impeachment acknowledge a political reality: Nothing the Mueller probe has revealed so far has moved the GOP substantially.
A new study shows clear differences in the biology of how men and women feel pain, a reminder that sex-specific pain medications might benefit us all.
In a new court filing, the US agency argues a federal judge should hold the Tesla CEO in contempt for his tweets.
In the autonomy industry, companies are now more circumspect about when their life-saving technology will hit the road.
We can measure the temperature of an incandescent bulb's filament while it's connected to a variable DC power supply.
Choosing an iPad is more complicated than it needs to be, but we're here to help with our complete guide to Apple's new and old models.
With so many ways to consume stories, consumers are increasingly using them all in order to wring every possible microdrop of schadenfreude out of the most enduring story of all: hubris.
Apple's newest additions to its tablet line include a refreshed 10.5-inch iPad Air and a long-awaited update to the 7.9-inch iPad Mini. Also today, the 10.5-inch iPad Pro is no more.
Recommendation algorithms on sites like Facebook and YouTube can send users down rabbit holes, spread falsehoods, and foster conspiracy theories.
Photographer Mikayla Whitmore creates these images without any apps or effects filters.