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How Google, Facebook Will Adapt to Europe's New Privacy Law
'Jurassic Park' Dinosaur Expert's Next Big Thing: Holograms
Brain Scans Reveal Trans Brains

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'Jurassic Park' Dinosaur Expert's Next Big Thing: Holograms

How Google, Facebook Will Adapt to Europe's New Privacy Law

By Matt Volz |
Paleontologist Jack Horner wants to transport people back in time to see a feathered Tyrannosaurus rex colored bright red and a blue triceratops with red fringe similar to a rooste...

France's Macron Takes on Facebook's Zuckerberg in Tech Push

France's Macron Takes on Facebook's Zuckerberg in Tech Push

By Angela Charlton and Sylvie Corbet | May 24
French President Emmanuel Macron took on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other internet giants Wednesday at a Paris meeting to discuss personal data protection.

Experts Disclose New Details About 300-Year-Old Shipwreck

Experts Disclose New Details About 300-Year-Old Shipwreck

By Mark Pratt | May 24
A Spanish galleon laden with gold that sank to the bottom of the Caribbean off the coast of Colombia more than 300 years ago was found three years ago with the help of an underwater autonomous vehicle. New details have been released.

'Jurassic Park' Dinosaur Expert's Next Big Thing: Holograms

'Jurassic Park' Dinosaur Expert's Next Big Thing: Holograms

By Matt Volz | May 24
Paleontologist Jack Horner wants to transport people back in time to see a feathered Tyrannosaurus rex colored bright red and a blue triceratops with red fringe similar to a rooster's comb.

Survey Says: Americans Don't Want to Unplug on Vacation

Survey Says: Americans Don't Want to Unplug on Vacation

May 24
Americans check their phones an average of 80 times a day while on vacation, with some checking their phone more than 300 times each day, according to new research.

Brain Scans Reveal Trans Brains

Brain Scans Reveal Trans Brains

By Kilian Melloy | May 23
Science agrees with lived experience: Researchers have shown that trans people - including children - have brain structures that resemble that of the gender they innately know themselves to be