Too bad federal regulations won't allow the cool tech on American roads.
One chemist thinks he’s found a way for us to outrun the lethal juggernaut of antibiotic resistance.
Gore-Tex, the waterproof material in your favorite jacket—and boots and ski pants—was born by accident.
There was no way social media was going to let the president’s comments go uncommented upon.
It's a new name for an old argument: that public agencies fighting crime and terrorism must have access to our private communications—for our own good.
For decades, physicists have struggled to create a quantum theory of gravity. Now an approach that dates to the 1970s is attracting newfound attention.
Eventually, it should be able to fly as far as 20 miles, carrying 500 pounds )or 400 large Domino's pizzas.
And where was the federal government?
These all-foam snowshoes from Crescent Moon might look low-tech, but the combination of cleats and tire-like treads provide ample traction.
Meltdown, Spectre, malicious Android apps, and more of the week's top security news.
At the heart of our own Milky Way galaxy is a big, black hole—and NASA just snapped a photo of it.
Facebook's vice president for newsfeed explains the thinking behind recent changes in the algorithm that determines what 2 billion people see on the social network.
The show's most recent season hinted that its episodes are connected—but it should stay an anthology series.
The Richard Branson-backed venture wants to launch a commercial hyperloop in 2021, and it's got work to do.
After 30 years in the making, gene therapy is finally an FDA-approved reality. What comes next—and how will Crispr get a slice of the action?
The recent books by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Roxane Gay, and Evan Narcisse have had great character-driven stories.
Two of the worst vulnerabilities in years are slowly being fixed—but at a cost to consumers and companies alike.
This week on the show, we talk about the proliferation of smart home tech. Recorded live at CES.
The video known as badday.mpg has been an internet phenomenon for more than 20 years. Thanks, CERN.
Opinion: Google, Twitter, and Signal should take steps to ensure their tools aren’t restricting Iranian’s free speech.