Construction began last week on a new particle accelerator at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Illinois. The new project will power Fermilab's flagship neutrino-studying accelerator experiment.
Paleontologists in China have detected traces of an unlaid egg in a 110-million-year-old bird fossil from the Cretaceous period, in what's considered the first discovery of its kind. And in an ironic twist, it appears the egg is what killed the mother bird.
South Korean authorities say as many as 1,600 motel guests in the country were secretly recorded last year as part of an illegal spy-cam ring that included thousands of patrons. Tiny cameras were concealed inside of TVs and power sockets, among other locations, in 42 motel rooms in 10 cities.
New mothers suffering from postpartum depression finally have a treatment approved specifically for them. It's the second drug this month approved by the Food and Drug Administration to address depression in a dramatically different way. But the treatment won't come without serious restrictions on its use, nor will it...
Ever since all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft have been grounded worldwide, there's been a lot of discussion about the anti-stall system that seems to have been the cause of the two recent tragic crashes of the airliner: an Ethiopian Airlines crash last week, and an Indonesian Lion Air crash in late October. In the latter...
Cougars have called California home long before humans have. In Los Angeles, however, urbanization and human activity are driving nearby mountain populations toward possible extinction, according to a new study.
Phishing is one of the most reliable methods a would-be hacker can take to access your digital accounts or even your bank account--and these kinds of attacks are becoming more common and more sophisticated over time. Even if you think you know a phishing email when you see one, new strategies continue to spring up.
Antivirus software is meant to keep our devices free of malicious software, but what happens when it's the antivirus app itself that's the problem?
Russian cybersecurity firm Kapersky Labs has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia, claiming that latter firm used its monopoly over the App Store to force the company to remove app control and Safari browser blocking from the iOS version of its Kapersky Safe Kids app, ZDnet reported on Tuesday.
Sometimes you look at a piece of fan art and think, "No, that has to be professional." This is one of those times.
Today was the big coming out party for Stadia, Google's upcoming game streaming platform that promises to let you play games over the internet on practically any device, and hopefully lag-free.
The FCC's public comment system is a bloody mess. Over the past two years, it's become apparent that political lobbyists, usually acting on behalf of the telecom industry itself, are prepared to manipulate the agency's rulemaking process and impersonate everyday Americans just to create the illusion of public support...
NASA scientists have released a boatload of data from OSIRIS-REx, the spacecraft orbiting the asteroid Bennu. There are lots of interesting results--and some potential unforeseen challenges when it comes to collecting a sample.
MoviePass has launched a new unlimited plan, and the company seems to think it has fixed what it screwed up with its original unlimited plan. First and foremost MoviePass has learned that it needs to charge more money. It's also included plenty of options for it to impose some limits if a user gets a little too...
After Its Utter Failure to Stop Discriminatory Ads, Facebook Praises 'Historic' End to the Mess It CreatedMar 20, 2019
Why did it take a lawsuit, multiple investigations, and three years of promises for Facebook to change its ways?