Tech & Science
A new report by the World Health Organization presents a sobering view of hepatitis B and C. Despite being preventable and curable, these potentially fatal diseases continue to rage worldwide.
People who drink the diet drinks daily increase their risk of suffering a stroke or dementia.
The technology could take about eight to 10 years to become usable by people with no disability, Musk said.
The little creature could help scientists develop lifesaving treatments for people who suffer from oxygen deprivation.
The discovery could help scientists work out how fast the universe is expanding.
Doctors Without Borders wants pharmaceutical company shareholders to persuade companies to reduce the price of the pneumonia vaccine, and it has just the website to help.
Then there were vaping smartphones, computer scent machines and a messaging app that can only say "yo."
The "Planet Earth" narrator is helping people discover fossils from the comfort of their own homes.
The world's biggest ad platform is planning its own ad blocker.
A lawsuit alleges that Bose tracks users' listening habits through an app and shares their data.
Everything we know about healthy and unhealthy fats may be a lie.
Some have hyped blood transfusions as having the ability to “reverse aging,” though that’s far from clear.
LHS 1140b is believed to be a rocky "super-Earth."
Researchers looking at the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs found increased neural signals in the brain scans of people given them.
Augmented reality technology could usurp "primitive" smartphones, according to Facebook's CEO.
Baidu and German automaker BMW said back in November that they would end their joint research on self-driving cars because of differences in opinion.
An analysis of lion teeth reveals why they attacked and ate dozens of railway workers 100 years ago.
In southwestern France some of the world’s first humans carved out the image of an aurochs, a wild cow.
More than 23 million people—or more than 7 percent of the country's population—are employed in some way by the U.S. government.
Melting glaciers turning land to bog was behind widespread extinctions of animals like the giant sloth and woolly mammoth between 15,000 and 11,000 years ago.
Snapchat's stock value also took a hit following Evan Spiegel's alleged comments about India.
Physicists say negative mass experiments will help solve mysteries of the cosmos.
Nearly one in five prisoners in the U.S. is put in solitary confinement, where they spend 23 hours a day in a spartan concrete box the size of a parking space.
The unusual crack in the center of the ice shelf could break off and form a giant iceberg.
President Donald Trump ordered a review of the U.S. visa program for bringing high-skilled foreign workers into the country, putting technology firms on notice that possible changes may be ahead.
Facebook will be looking for ways to make it easier for people to report violent videos and to speed up the process of reviewing items once they are reported,
The animal employs bacteria that convert noxious gas into food.
The fault continued to slip for 12 years after the 2004 Parkfield earthquake—a level of movement that has major implications for the Hayward Fault, which is set to rupture near San Francisco.
High nitrogen dioxide levels have a “significant and negative association” with life satisfaction, according to a new study.
Project Discovery, a collaboration with EVE Online and Reykjavik University, uses the game’s players to inform the ways we find new, undiscovered exoplanets out in the universe.