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“You notice it. You feel it pulling on you,” says Harvard engineer Conor Walsh of the "exosuit" designed to help people walk longer or run farther with less fatigue.
The lawsuit could go all the way to the Supreme Court.
New Yorker writer Jia Tolentino explores modern culture through her experience as a millennial, and how social media shapes identity.
The Hyannis-based regional carrier is the first airline in the world to order commercial airplanes that run on electric batteries.
There are new calls for tech companies to stop selling your location to third parties. We’ll look at the economics and perils of "surveillance capitalism."
Air France says it will retire the world's biggest passenger plane in the next few years.
In Greater Boston's large cybersecurity community, some executives are thinking hard about the decision one of their counterparts in California has made to cut services to 8chan, a website where...
Just 19 minutes before the shooting in El Paso over the weekend, a 2,300 word anti-immigrant manifesto was posted to the online message board 8chan.
The grocery chain plans to build as many as 20 automated grocery warehouses in a bid to compete with Amazon.
The Silver Spitfire is set to become the first of its type to fly around the world. Pilot Steve Brooks says the Spitfire is the "most iconic" machine ever made.
Cambridge's mayor and two city councilors proposed an ordinance banning the computer programs, which identify and track people by analyzing videos and photos
Certified Google partner Patrick Berlinquette used the company's redirect method to successfully direct suicidal Googlers to a help hotline.
A former Amazon engineer obtained the personal information of over 100 million Capitol One customers.
Much of Kansas lacks access to basic broadband needed to work remotely.
Some observers worry that it has taken the government so long to act against big tech that it might be too late.
From mood to health to safely driving at night, lighting plays a huge role in our lives.
Researchers in Boston and 17 other locations will study changes to genes associated with sight.
Researchers at Harvard are working on a bandage that can cover a wound, help stop bleeding, and pull the skin back together for faster healing.
Artificial intelligence will utterly transform medicine. Better diagnoses, but also privacy concerns. But one doctor says if done right, AI could put the "care" back in health care.
Walsh is pushing two bills that would change the fee on ride-hailing services to 6.25%, the same as the state's sales tax. That would mean a 62-cent fee on a...