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Atheism has a Richard Dawkins problem
It's time for Internet atheists to downvote his bigoted views on Islam.
What we don't talk about when we talk about race in America
For all the chatter about race, we're no closer to being frank and honest.
This weather box can deliver a thunderstorm to your living room
Prepare for thunderstorms on demand.
Adobe's Monument Mode can remove tourists from your photos in real time
This might be the end of tourist photobombing.
Apple's standalone keyboard, mouse, and trackpad no longer need batteries
The new desktops and accessories arrived without so much as a peep.
Twitter to lay off more than 300 employees
Eight percent of the company's staff is being purged.
Florida woman arrested after livestreaming her drunk driving on Periscope
Add Periscope to the list of platforms favored by dumb criminals.
Snapchat gives up on Snap Channel, its first attempt at original content
Other companies are still trying to create content in the app, but Snapchat itself is out of the game.
Is Pepsi developing a smartphone?
The rumors, like the soda, are bubbling.
New Australian law requires ISPs to hold customer records for at least 2 years
Privacy advocates aren't happy.
Newspaper editor arrested for insulting Turkey’s president on Twitter
Turkey's crackdown on journalists continues.
The USB Killer 2.0 is a flash drive that can zap a computer to death
If you see this flash drive, grab your computer and run.
Betting markets think Bernie Sanders will get biggest boost from first 2016 Democratic debate
If Sanders isn't the debate's big winner, his candidacy could be in trouble.
Line, Eastern Asia's favorite messaging app, adds default encryption
This is bound to annoy the Chinese government. Will that matter?
Planned Parenthood to stop collecting reimbursement for fetal-tissue donations
The women's health group will begin absorbing the cost of tissue donations for medical research.