Vinebot is part of the first generation of advanced “soft robots,” which promise to go where no traditional robot can tread—literally.
Coming attractions for economy fliers could include actual lie-flat beds, just not in the cabin.
We leave traces of our genetic material everywhere, even on things we’ve never touched. That got Lukis Anderson charged with a brutal crime he didn’t commit.
A new web browser standard may spell the end of passwords, but all the big websites will have to play along first.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi champions everything Uber once rejected: caution, discipline, and tact. Can he reform Silicon Valley's most audacious company?
The only upside to Puerto Rico's island-wide blackout is that engineers and aid groups could rethink it from the ground up. They may have to.
Critics say Facebook is using design tricks to win users' permission to collect personal data under new European rules.
One person died on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 after an engine failed and blew a hole in the cabin at 32,500 feet.
The OURSA security conference offered a place for diverse voices in security, a counterpoint to the corporate hegemony of RSA.
The new incarnation of the satire magazine will never be able to compete with the pace of the internet, but that's not the point.
Could you actually see invading Star Destroyers from the surface of a planet?
Everything you ever wanted to know about screen time, likes, and pull-to-refresh.
Researchers use off-the-shelf robot parts to piece together one of those Stefan Ikea chairs.
Think twice before you tell your iPhone to trust that laptop when you charge it.
An FCC program promised to bring high-speed internet to remote schools. Instead, they've mostly gotten red tape.
These simple, battery-free devices provide an easy way to securely verify that it's really you who's trying to access your online accounts.
Terms of Service; Didn't Read summarizes the terms you've blindly agreed to, and offers discussion around what they mean.
Colleagues joke that Jeff Dean increased the speed of light. Now he's charged with taking Google's artificial-intelligence efforts in new directions.
The TED conference has always been a place of high-stakes emotional manipulation. This year, it all feels darker.
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