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Science

How Scientists Are Hacking Cancer

A cell therapy known as CAR-T is so promising that researchers are now trying to deal with a new problem -- how to keep up with demand.
Health

Can a Hack Give You a Heart Attack?

Implantable medical devices offer great benefits but there are risks.
Google

Google Officially Bids Adieu to Gchat

Those who hadn't made the switch by Monday should have already been forced over to Hangouts by now.
IKEA

Ikea $5 Serving Bowl Is a Fire Risk

Putting objects that are flammable in a shiny metal bowl out in the sun results in an inevitable bowl of fire.
Facebook

Facebook Has 2 Billion Monthly Users

Prepare for another personalized video of social media memories.
Hacks

Report: Another Major Ransomware Attack Spreading

Security researchers say a strain of ransomware called Petya or Petrwrap, which has similarities to WannaCry, is spreading like wildfire.
Amazon

Amazon's Whole Foods Deal Will Remake Strip Malls

What happens to small businesses if grocery stores shut down?
Cannabis

Mexico Joins Canada In Making Cannabis Legal, Leaving the US Far Behind in Marijuana Policy.

Our neighbors to the north and south see the war on drugs as a failure and legal cannabis as an opportunity.
Google

EU Fines Google $2.7 Billion for 'Abusing Dominance'

In response to Google giving an illegal advantage to its own comparison shopping service, the European Commission issues its largest ever fine.
Terrorism

Internet Companies Boost Anti-Terrorism Collaboration

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube will work more closely together and with counter-terrorism officials to filter out extremist content from their websites.
Trump & Business

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Part of Trump's Travel Ban to Take Effect

The ban 'may not be enforced against foreign nationals who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.'
Inspiring Your Team

These Male VCs Have Just Said How Tough It Really Is for Women in Silicon Valley

A sexual harassment scandal is shedding harsh light on another aspect of tech's male dominated culture.
Technology

Forget Pesticides, Farmers Can Shoot Bad Bugs With Lasers

The Photonic Fence intelligently targets and kills flying pests at a rate of 20 per second, leaving other friendly insects alone.
Work-Life Balance

Working Yourself to Death Isn't Worth It, and Silicon Valley Is Starting to Realize That

Silicon Valley has an overworking problem. And in many cases, it sees that problem as an asset, not a liability.