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What does Facebook's new AI digital assistant bring to the party that rivals haven't got? Humans.
A DNA-powered PC may not be on the horizon, but DNA can still compute even if it can't build a computer.
Astronauts living on the ISS get to experience the wonders of the universe's natural phenomena like no one else.
Technology can work for us, or against us. Sometimes both at the same time.
There's no evidence that cloud cover affects bowling at all, but everyone involved with cricket seems to think it does.
Researchers from around the globe tried to replicate 100 published psychology studies. They were successful on only 36.
Are you a neurotic who overthinks just about everything? Congratulations, it may mean that you could become hugely successful in a creative job.
Silicon isn't the perfect semiconductor, it's just the one we're using. How can we ensure our electronics keep get getting faster in the face of silicon's natural physical limits?
Take two phone books and lie them face up, with the spines facing away from each other. Then interleave the pages and try to pull the books apart. You will fail.
Ghoulish obsession with flames, death and grief among the media obscures how safe we really are.
The first loss of life among airshow spectators since 1952, any changes to rules that follow will make them safer still.
People arguing that a ban on mammoth ivory would help save elephants from extinction are wrong. Here's why.
Scientists seem to have cracked the code behind the heritability of obesity.
Google and the media have done their bit to try and subvert the right to be forgotten, but an ICO ruling suggests its beginning to take notice.
Ice is everywhere in the solar system and there may even be liquid water beneath the surface of a number of planets. But could we ever get to it?
The desktop interface originated in the 1970s and was exemplified by the arrival of Windows 95. Surely there's a better approach, 20 years on?