iPhone and Mac users will be able to send emoji with different skin tones soon, a software release revealed Monday.
NASA has long released its photos to the public domain. Private spaceflight challenges that legacy of openness.
Andrew Symes takes stunning pictures of the planets with just his smartphone—and a telescope.
The people who help their pals fall for each other are social butterflies with way more friends than those they connect.
A new Tinder bot learns who its human overlord finds attractive. Then it goes to work.
It takes pictures of the whole Earth! Its rocket will land on a drone ship! Also, space weather!
Between now and 2050, forests are one of our "most promising" geo-engineering tools.
A year ago, the fight for net neutrality seemed all but lost. Then, a remarkable reversal began.
The millennial-targeted news site is "pressing the start button" Tuesday.
It's not just the wire-cam. More nuanced stylistic elements have crept into TV broadcasts too.
A government employee who had been drinking crashed a drone on the president's property. This is his song.
Armed with tiny orbiting sensors, a startup plans to build the world's largest database of private weather data.
The web might be the most important medium in American culture.
The hugeness of the Andromeda Galaxy, one tweet at a time
Facebook is cracking down on the fake news stories that plague News Feeds everywhere by asking users to separate fact from fiction.
Some things belong in a museum. But at the Smithsonian's recently reopened museum of design, a team has been rethinking what a thing is in the first place.
Attention must be paid to the media outlet's morning messages.
Facebook, memoirs, and that famous dialect quiz drove users to the Gray Lady last year.
No big deal, but abolishing leap seconds could unmoor us from the sun forever.
A tournament for tech leaders of the future is rooted in traditions of the past.