Its founders didn't have a clue what they were creating, but that didn't stop Twitter from thriving.

Scottish researchers claim a major milestone in building a working thymus in mice.

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How does the "Amazon of China" stack up against the real Amazon? We're about to find out.

It is designed to help the immune system elude infection simply by getting it to ignore the virus.

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With a mindclone, your descendants will talk and learn from you long after you die.

Its launch could end up being one of the most-hyped non-events ever.

Hyperlapse is incredibly easy to use, and delivers a great finished product.

Women in technology are largely behind the scenes and overlooked despite impressive contributions.

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We're obsessed with teaching kids math and science, but they'll never be great innovators without art class.

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Judge the kids who love math and science by their creations, not their test scores.

These youngsters prove when it comes to innovating, age is nothing but a number.

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It's simple, keep the engineers in charge, not governments.

The car sharing service's parent company acquires RideScout, which aggregates transportation options.

Math, which once seemed so strange and inscrutable, suddenly seems to be more mainstream.

Despite a price and features that have barely changed in 10 years, the TI-84 remains on top.

This robotic exoskeleton for factory workers and others who hate standing may be a godsend.

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Here are three ways Ferguson is changing the national debate over technology.

Three Chileans who met in college explain a plan to make a bike that can't be stolen.

Here's how Nike created an absurd court that appears to be a giant TV screen.

Extreme rhetoric has turned talk of the Internet's future into a dimwitted debate.