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.
Two mathematicians prove that under certain extreme conditions, the Navier-Stokes equations output nonsense.
Facebook in December fixed a flaw in its advertising system that could have exposed users' phone numbers.
To design what will be the world's largest optical telescope, some ambitious astronomers turned to the planemaker for help.
Meltdown and Spectre Fixes Arrive—But Don't Solve Everything
Every time Juno swoops down, it comes within one Earth diameter of Jupiter—and the photos are worth the risk.
Meltdown and Spectre, dossier drama, and more of the week's top security news.
There are many misconceptions about floating cities—and mediocre dining options are just the beginning.
Now that everything is a gadget, CES is more relevant than ever.
It's the sort of thinking we'll need more of as driving gets complicated and distraction ramps up.
"Black Museum" gives us a catharsis that's all too lacking for some.
As special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation heats up, a network of pro-Russia trolls have rushed to discredit him.
An industry group including Google and Facebook said it plans to join lawsuits to protect net neutrality rules, after the internet giants were criticized for not being vocal enough during last year's debate.
From forced perspective to greenscreen, Hollywood has used a lot of methods to shrink actors down to size.
These humanoid bots can handle tools, shoot and upload photos, catch flying objects, and navigate obstacles—even think for themselves.
You can't see a giant rolling version of London and not calculate the heck out of it.
The first week of 2018 opens with a bang.