Tech & Science
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.
A Wikipedia for the deaf strives to improve sign-to-spoken-word translation.
It seems inevitable that humans are going to Mars, but unless they figure out the radiation problem, all that preparation will be moot.
A new study finds that computers can acquire the same prejudices as people—linking male names with work, math and science, and female names with family and the arts.
In "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," Oprah Winfrey plays a daughter fighting to reclaim the mother that science hid from her.
European governments are threatening new laws and fines unless social media sites get tougher on misinformation and move quickly to remove extremist propaganda.
The former Republican congressman said the whistleblowing group is a tool used by Russian military intelligence.
California regulators have charged Uber for allegedly violating "zero-tolerance" drink-driving rules.
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.