By amassing a huge library of leaf images, scientists are training computers to diagnose the diseases that threaten our food supply.
Archivists are trying to figure out how to save the computerized lighting designs from historic productions before they’re lost forever.
Durham is trying to build a successful start-up sector that addresses the industry's diversity problems from the get-go.
The FBI’s most-wanted list for cybercrime has grown by nearly 50 percent this week.
Why the machines of the future will be pillowy and huggable
The hearty Olive Garden staple is a far cry from the dish that Italian immigrants first brought to the United States: An Object Lesson.
Members of Congress are calling for new rules that determine how companies can use personal data collected by autonomous vehicles.
The FBI added two Syrian hackers to its most-wanted list for cybercriminals, charging them with attacking dozens of U.S. companies, media organizations, and even the White House.
A first of its kind Library of Congress project aims to identify, catalogue, and preserve America’s rapidly deteriorating broadcast history.
Looking back at a few of the women who quietly made their mark on cartography
Bob Ebeling, the engineer who foresaw the Challenger disaster, and lived with guilt for decades, has died.
The Justice Department is testing a new method to get into the San Bernardino shooter’s phone.
Bugs like this one reveal the difficulty of keeping data completely safe.
The question is more complicated than it seems.
On Monday, Apple did something it has never done before.
Automated vehicles will learn everything about you—and influence your behavior in ways you might not even realize.
When mining a century’s worth of energy means ruining a landscape for millions of years.
A decade of the great and terrible experiment
The 19th-century equivalent of the modern Apple event
The mechanics of the erection may have applications for robotics: An Object Lesson.