Tetra Tech says it will pay for independent review in data falsification scandal –...

The U.S. Navy contractor accused of falsifying data in the Hunter’s Point Shipyard cleanup on Wednesday called those allegations “false,” and said that the...

Researchers are keeping pig brains alive outside the body

In a step that could change the definition of death, researchers have restored circulation to the brains of decapitated pigs and kept the reanimated organs alive for as long as 36 hours. The...

Huawei MediaPad M5 8.4 review

The MediaPad M5 8.4 is a metal-bodied iPad Mini alternative, offering Android users premium design, sound quality, power and battery life. If you’re wondering how big this tablet is, the clue’s...

The Supreme Court Upheld the Legality of the Patent Review Process that will benefit...

  In June 2016 Patently Apple posted a report titled "Supreme Court Upholds Patent Rules that Assist Tech Companies like Apple Fight Patent Trolls," followed by a report in December 2016...

Five industries that blockchains could—maybe—revolutionize

Energy Why you should buy in: Energy trading is a byzantine process riddled with middlemen taking cuts (the name “Enron” may ring a bell). Making energy resources into digital assets that...

How secure is blockchain really?

The whole point of using a blockchain is to let people—in particular, people who don’t trust one another—share valuable data in a secure, tamperproof way. That’s because blockchains store data using...

Supreme Court upholds review procedure tech companies use to thwart ‘patent trolls’

In what is sure to be a boon for high-tech companies like Apple and Google, the Supreme Court in a 7-to-2 vote on Tuesday upheld an administrative review process that...

‘Science everywhere’ at increasingly popular Las Vegas festival – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Aside from Golden Knights hockey, the Las Vegas Science and Technology Festival may be one of the most sought-after tickets in town. Organizers began taking reservations on Friday for various, limited-entry...

Robots are going to redefine Japan’s skylines

Robots are going to redefine Japan’s skylines Japanese companies are turning to robots to help build their skyscrapers. No workers: The country has a labor shortage problem, and it’s only getting worse,...

Frostpunk review: Urban planning at the end of the world

Enlarge / This house is a pixel too big to fit into that slot. It's driving me bonkers just looking...

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