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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died Monday, was a housing advocate who became a tech ally. His successor likely won't be so business-friendly.

The electric car? That’s just the beginning.

The DDoS attack that crippled the internet last fall wasn't the work of a nation-state. It was three college kids working a *Minecraft* hustle.

Fewer people have scaled an old-growth redwood than summited Mount Everest. Now it's your turn.

In his new book, "When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing," Daniel Pink scours psychological, biological, and economic studies to explore what he calls the overlooked dimension.

Over seven months, 39 Nicholas Thompsons submitted net neutrality comments to the FCC. We tried to track each of them down.

Apple's had some prominent security lapses lately. But is it just a rough patch, or something deeper?

The big players in tech, from Google to Amazon, and some little players, too, are jockeying to own augmented reality.

Artificial intelligence-generated video, photos, and audio that mimic the real world are already here. Now we get to live among them.

A Princeton sociologist wants to use your digital data to solve some of the hardest research problems in social science.

This year, voice assistants like Amazon Alexa got big. Next year, get ready for the advertising feeding frenzy.

From Netflix to Facebook and HQ Trivia, television is in turmoil. To sound smart about its future, look no further than this guide.

Weaknesses in bitcoin's underlying technology slow processing times, and spawn big fees.

Rian Johnson's movie is the springiest, smartest, most assured installment in years.

You can now compose your tweetstorms all at once, and send them out into the world as one contained screed.

In the latest Star Wars sequel, Snoke comes to life thanks to Andy Serkis—extremely, frighteningly alive.

The spring inside a clicky pen is a perfect way to learn about projectile motion.

Advocacy groups contend tech companies are quietly working to undo a compromise measure to curb sex trafficking.

The 4.0-liter V8 engine that sits behind the two carbon fiber seats produces 789 brake horsepower.

A plug-and-play motor could send any satellite to burn up in the atmosphere. It's a good thing, promise.