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Yes, Cincinnati has a subway system. No, you can’t use it.
Even 100 years after its construction, ideas for putting it to use keep popping up.
The one move that will select all the photos on your phone
Try this one weird trick! OK, we'll see ourselves out.
Inside the simple counting software that makes biologists’ jobs a little easier
DotDotGoose is a free, open-source tool that assists conservationists with manually counting objects in images.
Why Japan is betting on railguns for missile defense
Railguns are a fascinating type of weapon that can fire a projectile very quickly, although the US recently stopped working on them.
5 browser extensions that will keep you from drowning in tabs
Take control of tab overflow.
Epic delays and flight cancellations: How the US airline industry can get back up to speed
If domestic airlines seem like they've been on the back foot this whole pandemic, it's because they have.
Cryptocurrencies are funding human trafficking, a new government report warns
A new federal report is calling for more data and more transparency around the use of virtual currencies like cryptocurrency.
AI turned a Rembrandt masterpiece into 5.6 terabytes of data
Algorithms and museum grunt work helped restore a centuries-old painting—so you can enjoy it at home.
The Air Force is investing millions in what could be the next Concorde
Boom Supersonic is working on a passenger plane called Overture, but it will be a long time before it takes to the skies—if it ever does.
The best way to share your screen on a FaceTime call
If SharePlay flew under your radar when it released, take some time to get familiar with it.