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Science & Tech
A look back at a year in gizmos, gadgets and trends
Human beings across the world all spent a lot of 2017 staring down at our phones. Here are some of the best reason why.
A newly formed Canadian company is betting on the future of electric vehicles and smartphones.
Someone can hack your buttplug if you’re not careful.
The social media giant is changing the way it presents information.
When Joe Virgillito awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a sexy bikini…
Pornhub introduces artificial intelligence to its operations after falling victim to a massive malware infection. What…
Silicon Valley developers are increasingly trying to make their technology as habit forming as possible. Their…
Why would anyone want tweets to be longer? That sounds like the kind of snoozy wall of text crap that makes Facebook…
An app aiding gawkers and goons seeking emergencies gets over $10 million, proving once again that Silicon Valley's run…
After getting fired from Google for weird sexism, James Damore gives bizarre racism a try.
A new investigation found that 94 percent of water tested in the United States was contaminated with plastics. Even the…
To salute the X and the history of this wonderful device, we chart past iPhones and what was toted as the hot new…
The idea is that people pick up what they need, pay with their smartphone (or some other technologically annoying way…
You'll be shocked at how vulnerable key card locks at hotels actually are.
Silicon Valley's a bro's club. But does it have to be?
A look back at the biggest stories of sex from summer 2017.
Adiós expensive Rosetta Stone and hola, free, gamification-rich Duolingo !
Today, the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem has about 700 bears, and the Northern Continental Divide ecosystem in Montana…
Is the search engine's fight against fake news damaging the legitimate small digital press?
Elbow doesn’t sacrifice functionality for form. It improves upon unreliable ‘80s era tape players.
Male tech innovators can’t stop innovating ways to violate women and the latest comes from sex robot company 'True…
Could Speakerhat be the final nail in the wearable tech coffin or the launch of a bold new era?
The new app Greenie puts a new spin on saving the planet.
In the age of Instagram, everyone wants to be a star photographer and garner “likes” from social networks. EyeEm…
IFTTT is a simple idea that could revolutionize our digital lives. Or at least the way you program your daily schedule.
A chatbot therapist provides little relief.
Stop toying with us, NASA. You’re the boy who cried aliens one too many times.
We’ve seen how Trump has operated as a president, but how does he operate as a creative muse for app developers? His…
WittyThumbs offers advice for daters. But maybe swipe left on this app.
While fitness trackers accurately measure heart rates, their calorie estimates are far less reliable.
To understand reproductive choice in nature, a Yale professor studied what he calls the “evolutionary arms race”…
What can you do if you want to keep their personal information on you personal social media page private when entering…
New start-up cleaning company collective Up & Go is giving the people working gigs a real stake in the gig economy.
Take your next eye exam in the comfort of your own home, courtesy of Warby Parker.
The chatbot app was created as an AI version of a person’s personality.
A few weeks into training for the New York City marathon, Jasper Nathaniel had an epiphany. There was no nutrition…
The implications run deeper than dropping likes as you scroll.
Amazon has unveiled the Echo Show, a follow up to its successful Echo assistant.
The Global Seed Vault in Svalbard, Norway is more than just an intimidating arctic fortress—it represents investment…
Fyre Festival organizers turned Instagram into an instascam, luring in concert goers by teasing fun and sex that never…
Hooking up your brain to a computer? What could go wrong?
BTRtoday offers four cheap ways to tap into the best apps that’ll improve your fitness and diet regimens.
Scientific teleportation (versus magical or spiritual) has had a grip on sci-fi fans since the late 1800’s. The…
The historical community itself has not evolved enough in its coverage of women, nor in its approach to the study of…
A first-hand experience at the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit, where industry leading companies such as Condé…
A photograph is seen as a credible communication tool, but as more people have access to cameras and identity is…
What you can do to protect your private data.
If computers ever cut us off from Amazon, humanity will truly be doomed.
BTRtoday sits down with genomics researchers Jennifer Hochschild to discuss the field's potential to change humanity as…

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