Scientists are creating a massive computer simulation to more accurately forecast smog.
See Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis in the Wachowskis’ first film based on an original screenplay since ‘The Matrix’.
It's not clear if you can get paid in your design.
Congress is missing the point.
Introducing Digitised Diseases, a virtual library of 1,600 bone specimens from all over the UK.
The NYPD isn't going to release traffic data unless city council makes it.
A government report on the arts invites a shouting match. Also: video games.
We're the ones destroying their habitats, and it'll take more than a bell on a collar to fix the damage.
A UK study shows male researchers get 78 percent of the pie.
Facebook just hired machine-learning pioneer Yann LeCun to run its newly created artificial intelligence lab.
Facebook might actually release a "sympathize" button.
We spoke to Wisconsin State Representative Melissa Sargent on her efforts to tackle electronic privacy as surveillance reform stalls on Capitol Hill.
Looks like Santa's going to owe some property taxes.
Apocalypse buff Annalee Newitz has some advice if we want to avoid an untimely end.
In what may be the dumbest NSA operation revealed yet, intelligence agents "infiltrated" online roleplaying games.
It's time to stop snapping in museums.
Sun's custom prosthetics have made him a local hero in the far-flung Jilin province in northeast China.
Conditions may have been good enough to support "many combinations" of microbes.
It's not clean energy or technology.
New time-lapse footage from the International Space Station reminds us that space movies may be beautiful, but nothing's better than video of the real thing.
Palo Alto's new Tesla statue has a radical agenda.
Here's Karmøy, Norway—home to the Vikings—in all its frozen, barren majesty, from 300 feet up. Somehow, everything is alright.
"Hacks" that sound too good to be true usually are.