Can a computer forge a painting well enough that it fools the algorithms designed to detect fakes?
Is the road to success more difficult for female entrepreneurs?
A new study suggests that the transformation takes place via crystals (crystals!) arranged within the reptiles' skin.
Advances in medicine can prolong life, but they can also make it more difficult for doctors to know when a patient has truly died.
Four years after the Fukushima disaster, robots are cleaning up the contaminated power plant.
Augmented reality could change the way we understand—and experience—history.
The massive multiplayer online game EVE has its own elected officials, and they’ve created a political structure that is influential offline, too.
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels—the ones who can drop 10 grand on a timepiece.
Private firms have become uneasy about keeping tabs on customers, but they should put collective safety ahead of profit.
What happens when running dialogue with a friend who’s always online replaces solo reflection?
New looks from two old favorites
A proxy for your iPhone and maybe the most personalized personal computer ever
How incomplete government data encourages a pervasive pot myth
Real-time broadcasting can be soothing, or surprisingly creepy.
Since most things about the modern airline experience are so unpleasant for most of the traveling public most of the time, it's worth noticing how smoothly these professionals do their work.
Equipped with high-tech sensors, unmanned aerial vehicles can help archaeologists discover remnants of ancient societies.
An axe attack in the early 1990s damaged the same network of satellites that helps you map directions today.
The Hillary Clinton email controversy intensified after it was revealed that she ran her own computer server out of her Westchester home.
A series of happy accidents and analog technologies led to the weird sound effects of the 1950s and beyond. An Object Lesson.
Felines aren't keen on human music, so scientists created special songs for them.