Internet users fed up with flooded inboxes are turning wonky policy changes into Twitter gold.
Don’t leave your latest gaming obsession at your desk. With these powerful laptops, you can level up wherever, whenever.
Fiction. Nonfiction. Science! Looking for some beach reads? This list is a good place to start.
Plus: updates on Tesla Model 3 production, Porsche's new Cayenne hybrid, and college kids make the Camaro into a tree-hugging muscle car.
There are no pew-pew lasers or faster-than-light space travel here—just serious science.
Based on the amount of media attention they’re getting, the worms might work to bring attention to the upending of ecosystems by invasive species.
A new study, by a respected scholar on internet culture, winds up a penetrating indictment of journalism's internal inconsistencies.
New isn’t always better, but there are three key things to consider before you take the pre-owned plunge.
Leading an evidence-based life just might help us have a less-polarized national conversation.
Businesses and entrepreneurs are racing to deploy blockchain technology against all manner of problems, and perceived opportunities.
In a federal court in San Francisco, a judge heard a motion to dismiss from five fossil fuel companies, the defendants in the suit brought by San Francisco and Oakland.
You should certainly understand the risks of having a smart speaker in your home, but there’s a perfectly good explanation for how that rogue message might have gotten sent.
Humans are terrible at paying attention when they're doing all the driving. So why expect anything different when the robot's in charge?
The National Transportation Safety Board says the car had trouble identifying Elaine Herzberg as a human, and then wasn't made to hit the brakes to avoid hitting her.
Researchers are cooking up pill-sized sensors to detect medical molecules and possibly diagnose other gastrointestinal ailments.
Traditionally, on-the-job training has been schlocky video or snoozy slide deck, but Morgan Mercer of Vantage Point wants to put you in the room.
Nikola Olic flattens out skylines to create beautiful, often witty juxtapositions.
Happy long weekend, but RIP outside time. (And the feeling in your butt.)
Self-driving industry reps are not happy with the Public Utilities Commission's proposed plan for how driverless taxis should operate—especially the requirements that they offer services for free and ban pooled rides.
What will we eat in 2050? California farmers are placing bets.
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