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Robert Reich Is Not Impressed By The Corporate Conscience

By Jessica Goodheart The former U.S. Labor Secretary explains that CEOs who challenge Trump on immigration and climate are taking “minimal” risks.
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The iPhone X Gave Up On Touch ID, But Fingerprint Sensors Have A Future

By Mark Sullivan Apple’s shift to Face ID doesn’t mean that fingerprint scanning doesn’t have its advantages. Or that other companies won’t make

Capturing the properties of very hot compounds

By Denis Paiste | Materials Research Laboratory The thermodynamic properties of compounds such as aluminum oxide, which are known as refractory materials because

Tesla’s New NYC Store Makes Room For Energy Products, Too

By Ruth Reader Elon Musk’s electric car company—which ended door-to-door sales of solar panels in April—has been quietly updating hundreds of showrooms.
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Computer systems predict objects’ responses to physical forces

By Larry Hardesty | MIT News Office Josh Tenenbaum, a professor of brain and cognitive sciences at MIT, directs research on the development

33 Incredibly Useful Things You Didn’t Know Google Photos Could Do

By JR Raphael Google’s photo-organizing service offers plenty of powerful possibilities beyond its widely known basics. Ready to take your image library to

Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate seat in stinging rebuke of Trump/Bannon agenda

By Mark Sullivan Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his agenda, but balked at his morally questionable actions

A Sound System Fit for an Emperor

By Emily Ludolph The Oswald Mill Audio showroom in Brooklyn’s industrial-artisan neighborhood of DUMBO is packed with the presences of luminary recording artists.

Jenny Arden: Look for Dark Horses and Misfits

By mccue99u As Airbnb’s user experience design manager, Jenny Arden is tasked with the job of helping create a seamless experience for all

These ugly Christmas sweaters are guaranteed to last until 2047

By Elizabeth Segran While trends come and go, ugly Christmas sweaters stay the same. At least that’s the theory behind Tom Cridland, an