If you have a drone, you can use this trick to figure out the size of an object captured on camera.
Opinion: Cryptocurrencies are useless. Blockchain solutions are frequently much worse than the systems they replace. Here's why.
Leonardo the lanky robot can sort of hover-walk on two legs—and that could land it on Mars one day.
The evolution of the 911 has always relied on key incremental advances, and the eighth generation continues the tradition of striving for perfection.
The social network where one-third of humanity checks in at least once a month is also a marketplace, a satellite developer, and a maker of VR headsets.
As genetic genealogy gains momentum, one state considers barring police departments from using public DNA databases in criminal cases.
With messaging apps and Stories, Facebook’s emphasis on mobile features also highlights some of the company’s greatest vulnerabilities as it looks ahead.
Aides trumpet commitment to 5G wireless, AI, and quantum computing, but they go unmentioned in State of the Union.
Very few chat apps offer the unsend feature. As it turns out, that’s for a few very good, or at least understandable, reasons.
With his new novel award-winning author builds a sensual African fantasia out of folklore and history.
Customers of QuadrigaCX are out as much as $190 million after CEO Gerry Cotten died; Cotten reportedly was the only one with the key to retrieve the money.
The DJ set didn't need a headset, but it created a sense of presence that will prove integral as VR and AR become commonplace.
Gen Z appears mostly indifferent to Facebook, but they can't escape the social network; it’s their parents who are doing most of the posting.
You might soon be playing with, instead of against, the machines.
Photographer Nick Brandt led a big-stage production for his latest project exploring conservation in Kenya.
“Password Checkup” isn’t a password manager but a simple tool that warns you if you’re using a password that’s been exposed in data breaches.
Smart thermostats, light bulbs, and leak sensors are just a few of the many ways to cut down your electric bill and raise the energy efficiency of your house.
How the use of AI runs the risk of recreating the insurance industry's inequities of the previous century.
Director David Fincher's movie is not necessarily historically accurate, but its lessons about privacy and power still ring true nearly 10 years later.
Two dog owners review three dog DNA tests. The results offered some surprises, some welcome relief… and some fart research.
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