Tech & Science
High-earning traders will quickly become an endangered species as AI takes over the financial sector.
iPad users aren't replacing them with newer models, and Apple has cannibalized its own market with phablet rollouts.
The night after EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt gave his first speech to the agency, a group of scientists decided to check the veracity of his speech—and left him comments.
Legislative efforts in many states encourage teaching climate change skepticism under the rubric of academic freedom.
Moscow is trying to tap the region’s massive oil and natural gas reserves and encourage commercial shipping through an Arctic shortcut between European and Asian ports.
New liquid/solid hybrid rocket fuel from Rocket Crafters reduces the chances of detonation and cuts costs drastically.
The report also confirms that white, middle-aged adults are being hit hardest by the opioid epidemic.
Polar Bear Pitching has 10,000 euro to give to the startup that can convince them while standing in a patch of the Baltic Sea.
A new report finds roughly three-quarters of products marketed specifically to black women contain high quantities of hazardous chemicals such as parabens and formaldehyde.
New findings contradict traditional polling figures on approval for Trump's immigration ban.
The ultra-cool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 has seven roughly Earth-sized planets orbiting it, with three in the star’s “habitable zone.”
The famous disruptor says overpriced universities hold back innovation, and wants to rewire education to his liking.
Important milestone reached that protects more web users from eavesdropping and hackers.
Xinjiang region will require all vehicles to install tracking systems to combat violence and terrorism.
Microsoft's GazeSpeak smartphone app interprets eye signals and registers them as letters.
It's goal is to is to save the lives of those whose job it is to save lives.
U.S. authorities say Dotcom and three Megaupload executives cost film studios and record companies more than $500 million by encouraging paying users to store and share copyrighted material.
Litigation will seek to convince a federal judge that the government's failure to solve the climate crisis violates constitutional rights.
Mid-roll ads have the potential to be extremely disruptive for the viewer.
As it approaches its IPO, Snapchat is overvalued with a shaky business model and too much control in the founders' hands.
University of Rochester researchers find promise in live-attenuated flu vaccines for dogs.
Rediscovered Winston Churchill essay is the first of three recently unearthed pieces on science he penned but never published.
Nisreen El-Hashemite is a medical doctor and geneticist. She is also an Iraqi princess. Now, she is using the words of Islam to advocate for women in science.
Fibo device allows the wearer to feel a baby's womb movement in real-time.
Scientists claim the land mass—which includes New Zealand—is a continent.
After the Patent and Trade Office ruled on a bitter patent dispute over a gene-editing technology, Doudna spoke with Newsweek about the decision and where she, and the science, go from here.
The company’s previous security breach exposed 1 billion users’ data.
No medicine has been able to slow the progression of the disease, so researchers are taking an aggressive new approach.
The study found differences in size in five out of seven of the brain's key regions.
Scientists have long thought that the tick and mosquito immune systems were the same. But their differences reveal a fascinating evolutionary legacy — and maybe a way to stop dangerous infections.