The President says social media bans violate Americans' rights to free speech. In court, his own lawyers have argued the opposite.
On Sunday, Israeli forces bombed a building that allegedly housed an active Hamas hacking group—a potential first for cyberwar.
Recent comments from the author caused some sci-fi fans to bristle. He says he was misunderstood.
The show's story right now is one of regression, of spectacle over humanity—and it's infuriating.
Also, 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' has a new trailer. Watch it here.
One quadruple latte for Tormund in a horn to go, please.
Microsoft's developer conference kicks off with a keynote address at 8:30 am PT on Monday, May 6. Watch it here.
The company’s CEO will lay out his vision for openness at Microsoft’s annual developer conference.
But whether that's a health risk remains unclear, according to a new FDA-backed study.
Drone ships, deep-sea robots, and better sonar are finding unknown seafloor habitats as well as volcanoes, faults, and tsunami-triggering slopes.
J.J. Abrams and his team met with Lucas while working on the film.
Equity programs can help get those affected by the War on Drugs into the cannabis business. That's helped Shawn Richard win approval for the first legal weed shop in the famed Upper Haight.
Your smartphone's battery is not your life force—even if it feels that way.
The company's annual developer conference will be a showcase for its advances in AI, AR, Android, and more.
WebAssembly was created to build applications for browsers, but it's increasingly finding a home in cloud computing centers.
The president, his family, and company are trying to stop the banks from responding to congressional subpoenas.
Telsa says it will raise up to $2.7 billion in new capital, and Uber prepares for its IPO.
Marcia Brady’s pro-measles platform has become a staple of the antivax community—because everyone should take medical advice from a '60s sitcom.
Virtual reality is more accessible than ever, and these headsets can take you there, whether you want a stand-alone, room-scale, or PC-based experience.
If you give graphene a twist, you get superconductivity—and many giddy physicists, all clamoring to work in the new field of twistronics.
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