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Obama Administration Puts $20 Million Toward Police Body Cams
Climate Change Joins Terrorism, the Economy as a Top Diplomatic Issue
NIH Won’t Fund Research That Involves Editing DNA in Human Embryos
Netizen Report: Jailed Ethiopian Blogger Asks John Kerry for Justice
The Ghost of Internet Explorer Haunts Microsoft’s New Browser
Pay Attention, RobotHaving students teach an avatar helps them learn.
Google Is My Co-ParentWhat Slate’s senior tech writer learned in his first four weeks of parenting.
New Traffic-Enforcement Tech Peers Into Your Car and Counts Passengers
Is Crowdfunded Science Crap?
After Nepal Earthquake, Facebook and Google Offer Safety Check-In Features
Microsoft Word Spells the Names of Game of Thrones Characters Better Than You Can
Why Don’t Computers Care More About Our Happiness?
Swiss Postal Service Will Start Using Delivery Drones in Pilot Program This Summer
Nauseous? Take This Virtual Nose And Come Back In The Morning
Extremely Hopeful and Incredibly Freaked Out: How We Feel About Designer Babies
Doctors' Appointments Are Going Virtual. Is That Good News or Bad?
Microsoft Thinks It Can Guess Your Age. It Probably Can’t.
The Policy MachineThe dangers of letting algorithms make decisions in law enforcement, welfare, and child protection.
Google Chrome Wants to Save Careless Password Users From Themselves
In Nepal, Earthquake Relief Effort Leans on Ham Radio
Cybersecurity Legislation Is Too Short-Sighted
How Drones Can Help Nepal Recover From the Earthquake
Google Is Testing a Creative New Way to Thwart Patent Trolls
Conspicuous Consumption for the Smug EnvironmentalistMy week driving the BMW i8, an insanely sexy electric car.
Customers Aren’t Happy With Their Data Security. Execs Are the Only Ones Surprised.
Do Robots Urinate? And Other Questions Raised by This Google Maps Prank.
Tab Roulette!Slate’s business and tech writers share what they’re reading, whether they want to or not.
Deleting the Family TreeWhen Ancestry.com shuttered its social network for relatives, it erased 10 years’ worth of my family’s correspondence and memories.
United Should Thank, Not Ban, Researcher Who Pointed Out a Major Security Flaw