Tech & Science
“The words are a symptom of the ways in which we create narratives that exclude people from envisioning themselves in the future.”
"I'm never plugging that device in again, because I can't trust it," the woman said after her conversation was recorded by an Echo device.
The event horizon is the point of no return beyond which nothing, not even light, can escape the immense gravitational pull of the black hole.
They are some of the last unexplored parts on Earth; the largest is more than 200 miles long.
The asteroid and its after-effects ushered in a great extinction event that wiped out some three quarters of all plant and animal life, including dinosaurs and most birds.
Investigators believe the Tesla sped up for just over three seconds before hitting stationary firetruck on May 11.
The new data privacy laws in the European Union go into effect Friday. Here's how they help people in the United States.
Scientists tested mussel tissue to gain an understanding of water pollutants in the Puget Sound.
The animal resembles a wolf but has some unusual characteristics.
The news of his death spurred heartfelt messages from across the gaming spectrum by fans, friends and peers.
Facebook: "We want to do everything we can to help victims of this abuse." But will technology really help?
Tiny fish remains were time capsules of climate change.
Meandering jet streams hit bottlenecks, just like vehicles on a busy road.
GOES-17 is an advanced new satellite designed to collect data on Earth’s weather, climate and environment by taking images at different wavelengths.
It may be time to end the stigma against the approach.
Archaeologists have long ignored the region, but the new discovery is rewriting history.
Kīlauea has been particularly active over the past few weeks.
The drill malfunctioned in December 2016.
Once enjoyed by millions of users to find obscure websites, StumbleUpon is now stumbling offline.
Music volume can affect whether we choose healthy or unhealthy foods, according to a new study.
"A possible link between mercury exposure and autism has been the subject of much debate over the years."
The so-called Duchenne smile—a smile that extends to the muscles of the eye—is most frequently associated with lying, researchers said.
The supercontinent Pangaea likely lasted longer than we think.
EA’s biggest shooter is set for release in October. Can it beat Call of Duty? Here’s what we know so far…
EA Dice executive opens up about the possibility of a future Battle Royale mode: "There’s no hiding that there is a lot of conversations in the studio saying ‘its a perfect fit.'"
"There’s definitely been talks around it but at this point it’s talks and nothing to mention," Dice creative director Lars Gustavsson told Newsweek.
Going toothless is more advantageous than you might think.
The shipwreck was discovered by an international team of scientists and engineers in collaboration with the Colombian Navy.
“It will truly be a historical mission to take our first step into interstellar space.”
The Iridium-6/GRACE-FO mission launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on a sunny afternoon, making for stunning photos.