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At less than a quarter inch across, the magnetically activated robot manipulates water flow to in turn manipulate objects.
To prove a point about common location-sharing apps, I asked my wife to use them to spy on me.
SpaceX recovered its first fairing last week after a Falcon Heavy launch. Here's how to estimate the challenge faced by Ms. Tree, the retrieval boat.
Two decades after its debut, a Netflix re-release of the show is proving how prescient it is.
Opinion: We've been assured that facial recognition technology is secure, reliable, and accurate. That's far from certain.
Use these battle-tested tips and camera settings to capture dramatic photos of those explosions in the sky.
Bizarre Photoshops of the first family are typically more internet game than political commentary. This one's different.
It's in good, web-slinging hands.
Eclipse-chasing scientists are gathered in South America for the total solar eclipse on July 2. Here's what they're hoping to see.
Almost every month in 2019 so far has seen reports of a local government falling prey to ransomware, but this series of attacks belies an even broader threat.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
The “everything store” might not cover all your Fourth of July celebration needs.
The Chinese company is viewed as a copycat and national-security threat. But it took more than low prices to create the largest maker of telecom gear.
In other news, Paul Rudd is joining 'Ghostbusters 2020' and Lady Gaga might be in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3'.
Photographer Amir Zaki finds sculptural beauty in the concrete playgrounds of southern California.
So far in 2019, Mexico is the deadliest country for journalists.
A lot of people have a lot of theories.
Ion beams and special x-rays mean that ever-smaller slivers of material can be scanned without destroying the surrounding rock.
Fujifilm's latest instant camera offers the best of both Instax worlds: It's an instant camera and printer in one.
Man's best friend isn't a dog—it's a dog-like robot, designed to perform tricks and tug at your heartstrings.