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Ken Jennings is teaming up with the creator of *Magic* to launch *Half-Truth*, a game that will "make you feel smart when you play."
Razer's latest 17-inch laptop offers desktop-grade gaming performance in a weighty but portable package.
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The first anatomically correct model of the visual cortex seeks to capture how the brain sees the world.
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The paper being presented suggested that the two researchers had a method to quickly find large semiprime numbers and essentially break RSA-2048 and any other semiprime-based encryption.
Xbox eavesdropping, email scammers, and more of the week's top security news.
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The automaker’s got a brand new bag, and it could reduce the chances of brain injury in some crashes by 75 percent.
REI's annual Labor Day Sale has kicked off early, with deals on foldable kayaks, cargo bikes, headlamps, socks, and more.
An investigation into respiratory illnesses connected to e-cigs by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention turned up the first known death this week.
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At the core of Brazil's out-of-control fires in the Amazon is deforestation. Here's how human meddling fundamentally transforms a rainforest.
Pepe is popping up all over Hong Kong—on walls, in forums, in sticker packs for apps—as a symbol of resistance against an authoritarian state.
Members of Twitter’s safety council say the company is keeping them in the dark and want to talk to CEO Jack Dorsey, in a letter obtained by WIRED.
The move furthers a trend of hardware manufacturers consolidating their brands by adding studios to their stable of first-party creators.