Tech & Science
It syncs with an app over Bluetooth, and in under two minutes indicates a child’s temperature, breathing rate and an assessment of how the lungs sound.
Researchers have created a 'metal-based substance' that works like scissors to cut out the protein most associated with Alzheimer's development.
'The Internet? Bah!:' Revisit just how wrong scientist Clifford Stoll was in 1995 on the future of the web.
Despite its title, the USS Dahlgren isn't a warship—it's a cybernetic lab that allows for the simulation of drills at a fraction of the cost and effort.
Two House bills that have been released from committee would effectively prevent the government from using the best available science to protect the public.
Researchers have found a new clue in the blood that they hope can lead to quick, effective cancer diagnosis.
The sleep deprivation that comes with springing ahead can be detrimental to the public.
John Goodenough's lithium-ion batteries changed consumer electronics in the 1980s. Can his new, glass-based batteries spur the electric car revolution?
From South Africa to the Netherlands to Austria, lawsuits are increasingly a check on political inaction.
.africa addresses will be available from July for $18.
Tesla CEO makes promise on Twitter to Australian billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes.
The EPA chief says carbon dioxide is not a primary contributor to global warming.
WikiLeaks documents have revealed the opinion of CIA hackers on popular antivirus software.
Letting contaminants slowly diminish over time saves money for polluters, but could jeopardize drinking water supplies and cost taxpayers dearly.
WikiLeaks Editor Julian Assange was speaking at a press conference from London's Ecuadorian embassy.
The CIA’s methods have been compromised, but ordinary Americans probably need not worry.
The source of the leak, if it is an individual, is already being dubbed Snowden 2.0.
The potential danger of two fault lines off the coast of Southern California has long been known. But a new study shows there is more reason to be scared than previously suspected.
WikiLeaks revelations alleging extensive CIA spy tools mean Android and Apple devices are at risk.
Self-flying cars are the key to beating traffic, according to Airbus.
House Republicans have revealed their long-awaited replacement for Obamacare. Here, a health care economics expert offers a tour of the new legislation.
Encryption used by WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal is useless if devices are infected by spy tools.
The space agency is considering an artificial magnetic field around the planet to defend against harmful radiation from the sun.
A pair of $250,000 autonomous buses are part of California's first pilot program for a self-driving vehicle without a steering wheel or human operator.
Hedge funds, traditionally thought to be the most secretive of financial institutions, have been proactive in pushing an open source software agenda.
A mainly chemical process produces a more environmentally sound alternative to fossil fuels.
A system developed by MIT uses signals from people's brains to correct a robot's mistakes.
Researchers say data shows enormous floods to be more common than previously thought, posing a great threat to communities near dams in Colorado, California.
A new study finds surprising links between dementia and those who sleep more than nine hours a night.
Diet and a lack of exercise are to blame for rising diagnoses among people younger than 55.