Scientists have grown real, twitching muscle from chunks of flesh before. But now, they’ve made muscle fibers out of undifferentiated stem cells.
The journey starts with a shape-shifting electric vehicle called the e-Palette.
The battle for the voice-controlled future is going to be fought on a thousand fronts.
Former Google engineer James Damore, who was fired in August after posting a screed against the company's affirmative-action policies, sued Google Monday for discriminating against whites, males, and conservatives.
Facebook's M once heralded the possibilities of chatbots. Its demise highlights the technology's limitations.
Until ad networks vet what comes through more closely, those redirect ads aren't going anywhere.
Processor giant Qualcomm makes its move from mobile devices to, well, everything else.
Byton's electric car concept is heavy on flash, but has substance under the skin.
Ever wonder where all those old devices end up?
It might not fly, but Luca Iaconi-Stewart's ultimate paper Boeing 777 does have retractable landing gear and more than 300 tiny seats.
Foddy's newest stumper is a joke—one that might laugh with you, but definitely laughs at you.
Neo, a venture fund paired with an invite-only network, isn't a tech incubator, but it aims to catalyze startups like one
A wild hallucinogen may lead to new painkillers and help change how synthetic chemists work, and, oddly enough, how they publish their science.
We’re live in Las Vegas, Nevada for the first day of CES 2018. Join in the fun for announcements from Samsung, LG, and Sony.
For the first time, researchers have solved the structure of the activated kappa opioid receptor—information they could use to design less addictive opioids.
For Amazon's voice services strategy, the word "everywhere" has taken on a whole new meaning.
In his 2018 personal challenge, Zuckerberg sounds like an incumbent who doesn’t really think he will lose, testing the bounds of what he can get away with.
The uncanny coincidences among the Meltdown and Spectre discoveries raise questions about "bug collisions"—and the safety of the NSA's hidden vulnerability collection.
The show's creator has finally copped to a shared universe—based on the sci-fi dream of digitized consciousness.
Picking up where 2017 left off, 2018 began with a lot of chatter about President Trump's tweets.