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Facebook’s fine for mishandling the data of 87 million people is (...)

The UK’s data privacy watchdog didn’t mince words about Facebook’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal: The social media giant (...)

A brief history of the s’more, America’s favorite campfire (...)

This summer, 45 million pounds of marshmallows will be toasted over a fire in America. Many will be used as an ingredient in the (...)

A hot Chinese driverless startup’s new hire has been charged with (...)

In the race to put self-driving cars on the road, China and the US are neck and neck. Companies in both countries want to (...)

The stock market is rewarding tech companies that protect data (...)

Tech stocks are booming, despite concerns about how some of sector’s giants, like Google and Facebook, make money from personal data. (...)

Casper brings napping to where it’s needed most—urban (...)

It’s long been held that Americans have an aversion to napping. Unlike the Spanish who pioneered siestas, the Chinese who put their head (...)

Quantum computing could put a stop to traffic jams

Traffic hell is alive and well in Los Angeles. In 2017, Angelenos were stuck on the road for 102 hours each (more than four (...)

Americans pray like Tanzanians and make money like Norwegians

Americans live in one of the world’s richest countries, and many count their blessings every day. The Pew Research Center recently (...)

Simple math shows how scooters could make big money

The newest scooter unicorn is Lime, which Monday (July 9) announced $335 million in new funding at a $1.1 billion valuation. The round (...)

Why Berlin is the favorite city of Chinese dissidents

Tuesday, July 10, 2018, marked a new beginning of Liu Xia’s life, just days shy of the first anniversary of her husband’s death in (...)

The edible gold food trend taking the world by storm

From chicken wings to chocolate, dusting food with gold is the latest edible trend to be embraced by chefs and restaurants around the (...)

Trump brands Germany a “captive of Russia,” days before he meets (...)

President Donald Trump branded Germany a “captive of Russia” for its support of a Baltic Sea gas pipeline deal this morning (July 11). (...)

A startup challenging Starbucks in China is now worth $1 (...)

Starbucks’ second-largest market after the US is China, where it has over 3,300 stores and operates with virtually no serious (...)