A device that reminds doctors and nurses to wash their hands
Four predictions about how brain stimulation will make us smarter
An Internet-standards expert says the miracle feature is “perfectly plausible.”
And effectively ended the country's manned space program
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We have plenty of technology for finding one another; what about tools to help you hide?
A manmade virus that acts like “a remote control” for neurons helped psychologists research the connection.
One researcher has a compelling hypothesis as to why the once-booming ed-tech sector has struggled.
As marketers chase information about mothers-to-be, growing embryos are tracked with genetic precision that will change pregnancies forever.
Dasani, Aquafina, and Crystal Geyser all dip into the Golden State's limited supply.
This summer, a flock of tech companies released numbers on the diversity of their employees. But others have been doing it for years, and little has changed.
What it's like to be flagged at every airport security stop for nine years
The opportunity to fully disconnect is at risk in an ever-more-connected world.
It may be possible to game Facebook's news feed, but the social publishing will still win in the end.
Scientists say fracking is part of why Oklahoma now rivals California in quake activity.
From ephemeral publishing apps to the abandoned Google+ “real names” policy, a push to revive relative namelessness online.
Wookiee talk comes from recordings of four bears, a badger, a lion, a seal, and a walrus from Long Beach.
"Punk archaeologists" explain that they went looking for more than just video-game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill.
Bach, Coltrane, McCartney: New algorithms can produce original compositions in the style of the greats. But are those works actually art?
A new study shows experts are split on whether artificial intelligence will boost—or decimate—the economy.