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Speaking coaches offer tips for sprucing up Zoom meetings

Zoom is an unnatural state for many people, full of opportunities to look shadowy or shifty or distracted, or simply to feel like your message isn’t getting through as you stare into your webcam.


The way MIT’s chairman tells it, saying no to Epstein’s tainted money wasn’t his job

MIT chairman Robert Millard could be the most powerful man on campus. Yet he did not think it was his job to “interfere or say no” to donations from a controversial figure.

In ‘Guppy Tank,’ students immerse themselves in app making

The Guppy Tank aims to be a middle-school version of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” but this time 35 rising high school freshmen attending Phillips Brooks House Association summer camp worked with Facebook interns to prototype and build mobile apps.

Meet Marty, Stop & Shop's new autonomous robot

It detects spills and garbage in the aisles of the supermarket.

We tried out the new Gillette heated razor

The new heated razor from Gillette costs $200.

Emoji gods approve skin-tone options for couples of color

Interracial couples have a small victory to celebrate: The approval of 71 new variations of emoji for couples of color.

At MIT, a robot cheetah prowls

The 20-pound robot can walk smoothly, turn on the spot, and even do backflips.