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The space agency's ill-fated SLS was meant to be the biggest rocket in the world. Now the 'rocket to nowhere' may have lost its last reason for being.
Elizabeth Warren took a shot at Big Tech. And people who are already concerned with the industry’s size, privacy issues, and ethical conundrums want solutions.
On this day of numerical glory, get to know pi in an unusual way: using the elastic collision of two different masses and a wall.
The aviation industry is used to disruptions, and knows how to keep customers—especially fancy ones—moving.
But a plan that seemed straightforward has been complicated by the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp spent several hours offline in many parts of the world today. Just don't call it a DDoS attack.
About a third of Gen Z wants to grow up to be YouTubers. Which doesn't really require a college education.
Verizon said it will introduce 5G wireless service in selected areas in Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11, for an additional $10 a month.
Google has spent more money on lobbying in each of the last two years than any other company. But that's only the tip of the firm's efforts to influence federal policy.
Rather than arguing Apple shouldn't own the App store, as Elizabeth Warren has proposed, Spotify just wants the company to change its conduct there.
Documents obtained by the ACLU show how ICE uses unofficial channels to access billions of license plate location data points—including some sanctuary cities.
They've been trying to sabotage the movie's success from the beginning. Their failure proves they're played out.
Chinese researchers publish more papers about artificial intelligence than their US counterparts. A new study finds the quality of Chinese research is improving too.
Inventor Mike Warren uses a 60,000-psi water Jet to reveal the cross-sections of ordinary objects.
Simulated real-world outbreaks are key to understanding how humans respond to outbreaks—and they provide valuable STEM education to boot.
Starting today, users will be able to take photos straight from the native Twitter app.
With Time Warner in the fold, AT&T is now a three-headed conglomerate of media and communications.
China’s decision to no longer accept the world’s recycled waste has left countries scrambling to adapt. They have a long way to go.
We review a simple, easy-to-use safety beacon that pairs to your phone via Bluetooth, so you can text or call anywhere on the planet using the Iridium satellite network.
"Codec avatars," as Facebook researchers call them, are all but indistinguishable from the humans they represent—and may be a staple of our virtual lives sooner than we think.