A newly discovered visual system in deep-sea fish could allow them to discern predators from prey in the low-light conditions found at the bottom of the ocean, new research suggests.
Frontier supercomputer will have 1.5 exaflops of computing power
Extraterrestrial life, that familiar science-fiction trope, that kitschy fantasy, that CGI nightmare, has become a matter of serious discussion, a "risk factor", a "scenario".
At CES 2019, Intel announced plans to help develop next-generation ultrabooks, code-named "Project Athena." Now, with Project Athena Open Labs, Intel's throwing open its doors to help make that vision a reality.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai isn't wasting any time at this year's I/O developer conference. But one breakout feature announced during the keynote is that Google plans to add incognito modes to both search and its Maps app.
At the end of 2016, Facebook decided to finally do something about its misinformation problem. It tasked a bunch of third-party fact-checkers to flag and weed out fake and misleading content from its News Feed. Now, it's extending this fact-checking effort to Instagram.
An Argentine man who advertised services to help lonely victims find love using witchcraft and spells before extorting them over sexually explicit videos was sentenced this week to two years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
The Star Wars saga returns in 2022, and it's sharing some time with Pandora.
YouTube is where preschoolers go for their Baby Shark fix. It's where beauty bloggers rejoice as they unbox their new favorite lipstick. As it turns out, the website--my 3-year-old niece's one and only true love--also contributes to climate change in a fairly significant way.
There's more bad news for all you bleeding edge early adopters hoping to have one of the first folding smartphones to show off to friends. The Galaxy Fold has not only missed its original ship date, in a recent letter to those who pre-ordered the $1,980 device, Samsung now seems to have no idea when the Fold will...
The InSight lander seems to have been hit by one of Mars' famous dust devils, but don't worry--the NASA probe is just fine. If anything, the sudden blast of wind helped to clear off some annoying dust that had been collecting on the probe's solar panels. The passing wind vortex also produced some cool science.
"You should be able to sell a home within a handful of clicks."
In March, a gunman walked into two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, opened fire, and killed dozens of worshippers. According to a police official, the suspected gunman was arrested 36 minutes after police were called to the scene. Now, a tech company believes its smart security cameras can prevent attacks like...