The Lucasfilm president just extended her contract for three more years.
The secret to building a bike that can serve all kinds of riders across the country—and soon, the world.
Facebook made you a device for your home that has a camera on it. Neat!
Cloud gaming is a long-held dream, but Xbox is harnessing the power of Microsoft to make it happen—for real this time.
iRobot’s new high-end Roomba comes one step closer to automated cleaning perfection.
Baxter is a legend in these early days of advanced robotics. But now its maker, Rethink Robotics, is folding.
At the March for Science, protesters spoke about the importance of getting more scientists in office. Actually winning elections takes a lot more.
As the anniversary of the massive wildfires in Northern California arrives, researchers are trying to pinpoint the best ways to treat the anxiety, depression, and PTSD left in the disaster’s wake.
A lawsuit raises novel questions about the relationship between the federal government and the states.
SpaceX's latest Falcon rocket launch tore across a perfectly clear night sky as it delivered a satellite into space and returned its booster to a new West Coast landing pad.
SpaceX intends to launch a Falcon 9, with a souped-up block 5 booster, from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
Plus, California is fighting the EPA over vehicle emissions, and a self-driving truck company comes out of stealth.
Also, President Trump said some things that got very, very strong reactions.
Sony's latest wireless headphones match or best Bose in just about every way.
Had enough of the TV, the computer, the phone, the billboard, and the iPad? Slip on some IRL Glasses and be done with all of it.
Exoplanets are far more massive than the material they're made of. New evidence suggests our planet-building theories are incomplete.
Activists say Facebook has learned lessons from its experience in developing countries, but they question its ability, and willingness, to control misinformation and hate speech.
A rover surfaces, a moon appears, and a storm swirls.
In a collision, a car's airbag has a tiny fraction of a second in which to inflate—which is why airbags use explosives.
Hardware hacks, the government gets two-factor, and more security news this week.
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