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The World Health Organization now recognizes video game addiction

Apple and Pixar created a new file format for augmented reality on your phone

Small farmers are mixing old equipment with new tech

Inside the facility where Kodak brings film back to life

Huawei's Matebook X Pro laptop is much more than a MacBook Pro clone

Bill Faloon has pursued immortality for decades. Now he's got lots of company. What does science have to say?

Last week in tech: Bye for now, Net Neutrality

The price of solar panels just went up—here's what that means for you

Why don’t we put power lines underground?

NASA is learning the best way to grow food in space

Everything you need to know about Apple's 2018 WWDC announcements

Some 83,000 members of the U.S. military are missing. This group tries to bring them home.

You should reboot and update your router to protect from malware

Four gadgets for creating a calm baby nursery

iOS 11.4 finally cleans up text conversations with Messages in iCloud

How to start composting at home

Last week in tech: Have you updated your privacy policy?

Versions of Han Solo’s blaster already exist

I created the first digital meme

Use all those GDPR privacy policy notifications to clean up your inbox and kill zombie accounts

Mouser Electronics

Getting on a plane? Here's how they're inspected to keep you safe

Last week in tech: The whole world is going premium

Robotic noses could be the future of disaster rescue—if they can outsniff search dogs

The Logitech G305 wireless gaming mouse is like a family sedan with a sports car engine

Last week in tech: Did artificial intelligence write this post? Maybe.

These six products only get better with age

Fixing harmful smartphone habits is a lot harder than getting users hooked

Aluminum production could get much better for the environment

The case for burning our way to a cleaner planet

Your social security number probably got leaked and that’s very, very bad

What is a horsepower?

Self-driving cars should earn people's trust with good communication

All the cool new stuff from Google's 2018 I/O developers conference

Millennials don't care about owning vehicles, so manufacturers are offering subscriptions