That’s a wrap on SpaceX’s crewed demo mission, which clears the way for the company to regularly launch astronauts for NASA.
Modern scholars have only been able to speculate about where the huge stones came from—until now.
I use it to pack pillows on a paddleboard. But you can also use it to pack guns. In space.
A new model of photosynthesis points to an evolutionary principle governing light-harvesting organisms that might apply throughout the universe.
Natural light is your friend. Audio feedback is your worst enemy.
Every browser has a private mode—but the privacy it offers has a limit.
The fate of the platform remains uncertain, but one thing is clear: Banning it would upturn fundamental principles of democracy.
A SubStack email mess, a Nintendo leak, and more of the week's top security news.
Social insects cooperate to curb the spread of pathogens. Maybe their systems of behavior can help human societies battling pandemics of our own.
If your hair-care professional is still on lockdown, you might be getting desperate for a trim. Let us help you avoid a DIY disaster.
As ransomware groups turn their attention to bigger game, expect more high-profile targets to fall.
Whatever the distance, these ideas will help you feel closer in these trying times.
How scientists can repurpose a bacterial immune system to alter DNA, making everything from cheap insulin to extra starchy corn.
Planning a socially-distanced camping trip? Now is the time to stock up on things like backpacks and tents.
This week, Twitch streamer Pokimane demonstrated how to expertly handle the internet drama industrial complex.
Bitcoin payments and IP addresses led investigators to two of the alleged perpetrators in just over two weeks.
The short-video app is wildly popular with teens, but officials fear it could be a conduit for data to China, or for Beijing’s propaganda.
Accountability is coming—not just because Congress had an impressive hearing this week, but because the confluence of crises now demand action.
Stay calm. Here's our guide to what symptoms you should look out for, and how to respond if you've been exposed.
Sci-fi author Arkady Martine's novel is set in an advanced, galaxy-spinning futuristic empire. But that doesn't mean it's a utopia.
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