Tech & Science
Scientists have found the risk of cardiovascular disease is still higher in obese people even if they are “metabolically healthy.”
The dinosaur's teeth could generate 431,000 pounds of force per square inch.
Security researchers say infected machines are "mining" for a digital currency called Monero.
In the wake of DR Congo’s outbreak, an international team of researchers reviewed 37 models to develop gold-standard recommendations that minimize the spread of the disease.
The theory breaks with the popular idea that expansion is caused by dark energy and suggests energy for expansion would never run out.
A professor who researches secrecy explains why and how secrets weigh on us and why we’re motivated to share them.
Researchers are using LED light to push immune cells into killing tumors—and it just might work.
Earth's magnetic field has reversed periodically throughout the planet's history. Now, we're a little closer to understanding why.
Scientists showed the potential habitability of the planet under different atmospheric conditions and orbits using a state-of-the-art model.
There are believed to be fewer than 40 of the tiny vaquita porpoises left in the wild.
Hacking comes from no identifiable subgroup. No specific actor is responsible.
A new study found that the mood changes drinkers experience under the influence are not always apparent to an outside observer.
The findings could potentially shed light on the behavior of other animals where female aggression is high.
Italy’s supervolcano appears to have been building energy over the last 60 years—and it could be ready to erupt.
Ninety-nine percent of people on the streets, Kathy found, were just like her—after some trauma, they turned to drugs and their lives just fell apart.
The ransomware worm that stopped car factories, hospitals, shops and schools could wreak chaos on Monday when employees log back on.
The best crime-solving detective in the world might be sitting in your living room right now.
The largest study of Javan rhinos suggests these beasts are hovering on the edge of extinction.
New research suggests some men now prefer pornography over sex IRL.
$5,000 reward offered for info leading to an arrest in the shooting of the well-known and much-loved white wolf.
IBM is advising its customers to destroy a flash drive that it shipped with its Storewize systems because the drive may contain malware.
A major vulnerability in Windows Defender allowed remote code execution by an attacker but has been fixed with an emergency patch from Microsoft.
Open source video conversion app HandBrake was compromised by malware that can steal user information and gain high-level privileges on an infected machine.
A keylogger discovered in the audio driver of HP laptops may expose user's keystrokes, including passwords, to hackers and third parties.
New maps and images provide more evidence that life may once have existed on Mars.
Symantec, an antivirus company, released its annual threat report Wednesday stating Americans have the biggest ransomware target on their backs.
A sudden DDoS attack targeting gaming and gambling sites in Hong Kong is believed to have been an extortion attempt, according to security expert.
IBM, R3 and Axoni join forces for Wall Street's biggest blockchain project.
The animals are different to study as they live in harsh climates in politically unstable regions.
A large-scale cyberattack on the NHS has forced hospitals to divert emergency patients.