Tech & Science
The amount of water in the atmosphere equates to around 10 percent of all the freshwater lakes on Earth. Harnessing it could change the lives of millions.
NASA scientists announced today that Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn, has hydrothermal vents that are actively releasing hydrogen. Because such ecosystems are known to support life, the discovery confirms that Enceladus is a habitable environment.
A group of hackers targeted the U.K. Foreign Office over several months last year.
Reports from South Korea suggest the tech giant is working on a radical new smartphone.
Thanks to an enormous telescope network, scientists are now pushing the frontiers of what we know about the universe.
The latest scandal comes days after Uber's PR chief resigned from the embattled company.
Apple is reportedly the latest tech firm to set its sights on tackling a chronic disease.
Snake breeders and owners cheer the news, while environmentalists are worried.
Your internet-connected fridge may be making money for other people.
The four-legged creature from the Triassic period is the oldest species from the lineage that leads towards dinosaurs.
The composite image of 23,000 galaxy pairs was created through a technique called weak gravitational lensing.
Synalpheus Pinkfloydi has a snapping claw that can be louder than Roger Waters's guitar.
Aeromobil says its flying car meets regulatory requirements for both cars and planes.
Rachel Whetstone is the latest executive to leave Uber.
A study of over 5,000 adults found a link between Facebook use and poorer health and wellbeing.
Scientists have solved an age-old problem.
The precious cache of samples was lost when a freezer malfunctioned, officials at the University of Alberta revealed.
It is the first time in almost a century that the most valuable U.S. carmaker is not based in Detroit.
Many within capital markets communicate using WhatsApp, WeChat, and Telegram—and these will have to become compliant.
Scientists have used a peptide from Komodo dragon blood to create a drug that helps wound healing in mice.
A medical startup has developed an experimental "SkinGun"—the world's first device to use a patient's stem cells to directly heal the skin.
"Many of the people affected in Western Uganda probably had been suffering silently without help for more than 30 years," an author of the new study said.
With more than a million participants, Reddit Place captured the web at its best and worst.
Robust model shows for every one degree Celsius warming, 4 million square kilometers would be lost.
New findings suggest dreaming is not confined to REM sleep, challenging our understanding of the mechanisms involved.
Some states emphasize efforts as job creation strategies, with local needs often bypassing partisan divides.
Google has already developed a program that was able to identify breast cancer tumors with greater accuracy than doctors.
Trump's budget would slash the federal Superfund program's funding from more than $1 billion to $762 million.
Problems that would take longer than a human’s life span on a classic computer will be completed in hours or days with quantum computing.
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature argues there are seven 'exception areas' in the Arctic Ocean that must be protected from oil development and shipping.