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A middle-school student discovers that printing documents in a certain font can reduce ink consumption by an astonishing amount.
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Experts predict the World Wide Web will become seamlessly integrated into every aspect of our lives — but with a dark side to consider.
If the social media giant buys Titan Aerospace, the company could provide 11,000 drones to begin expanding internet access in parts of Africa.
Coding is the next big push in the education world, but not everyone thinks this concept should be universally applied.
Researchers sketched out these conversation types by analyzing the 'shape' of discussions around certain topics.
While a new policy aims to prevent fraud and keep customers safe, some website owners aren't fully aware of the policy's details.
The defense research agency seeks to create a way to search the hidden, often illegal world of the 'deep Web.'
Social media like Facebook and Twitter can be sites of great social learning, but don't help people develop more reflective thinking skills.
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The agency hopes that public access to the information will encourage collaboration and innovation across the computer science community.
My grocery store is now offering digital receipts. Now I want everywhere that I shop to do it.
Hint: The business in the building harbors a shady past.
Amazon may know you so well that it may have your purchases at your door before you even order them.
Some say we just lost the Internet as we know it. Others are not quite so sure. What's the deal?
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.