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The 737 Max Delay Is Just One of Boeing's Many Problems

The 737 Max Delay Is Just One of Boeing’s Many Problems

The past 10 months have not been good for Boeing for all sorts of reasons—capped off by the failure of the company's Starliner...
At Last, Physicists Confirm the Fastest Way to Board a Plane

At Last, Physicists Confirm the Fastest Way to Board a Plane

Commercial airlines often prioritize boarding for passengers traveling with small children, or for those who need extra assistance—in other words, those likely to...
A Windows 10 Vulnerability Was Used to Rickroll the NSA and Github

A Windows 10 Vulnerability Was Used to Rickroll the NSA and Github

Less than a day after Microsoft disclosed one of the most critical Windows vulnerabilities ever, a security researcher has demonstrated how attackers can...
Tesla Is Now Worth More Than Ford and GM—Combined

Tesla Is Now Worth More Than Ford and GM—Combined

Less than a month after Tesla's stock first rose above $400, the company's shares have now soared past $500 per share. As I...
This Government-Subsidized Phone Comes With Malware

This Government-Subsidized Phone Comes With Malware

An Android phone subsidized by the US government for low-income users comes preinstalled with malware that can't be removed without making the device...
The Former CEO of Nissan Was Likely Smuggled Out of Japan

The Former CEO of Nissan Was Likely Smuggled Out of Japan

The past few days have been filled with drama for one of the auto industry's most well known executives. Carlos Ghosn used to...
Whales Help Explain the Evolutionary Mystery of Menopause

Whales Help Explain the Evolutionary Mystery of Menopause

There's a rare human trait that doesn't often make it into debates about what makes our species unique: menopause. Humans are among just...
This Cave Contains the Oldest Story Ever Recorded

This Cave Contains the Oldest Story Ever Recorded

At this very moment, you're a participant in one of the things that makes us human: the telling and consumption of stories. It's...
Creditors Seek to Exhume the Body of a Dead Crypto Executive 

Creditors Seek to Exhume the Body of a Dead Crypto Executive 

In late January, the wife of a cryptocurrency-exchange founder testified that her husband inadvertently took at least $137 million of customer assets to...
This Year's Flu Season Is Off to a Weird (and Early) Start

This Year’s Flu Season Is Off to a Weird (and Early) Start

The new flu season is up and running—and so far, it's off to a weird start.Influenza activity has been elevated since the start...

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