Seemingly small design tweaks to the search results interface may change how and where people find information online.
California’s blazes have sent a haze across the United States. An experimental model shows where that cloud ends up.
Researchers are developing a new battery powered by lab-grown gems made from reformed nuclear waste. If it works, it will last thousands of years.
Crowds of spectral, legless virtual fans are part of the league’s stab at preserving the ambiance of pre-pandemic basketball. I took a seat.
The ubiquitous Shlayer adware has picked up a new trick, slipping past Cupertino’s “notarization” defenses for the first time.
The prankish device is the subject of a new audiobook that pokes serious fun at Silicon Valley’s culture of disruption. We spoke with its inventor.
Speaking at a prestigious crypto conference this month, Seny Kamara called on the field to recognize its blind spots—and fix them.
A leading antitrust scholar says yes. Congress may be listening.
Autocracies and democracies alike are suppressing information within their borders, which will affect public health and security around the world.
Whether your children are distance learning, in the classroom, or somewhere in between, we’ve got a school supplies list to make this year a little easier.
The videos are racking up millions of views. Meanwhile, for victims, the legal options aren’t keeping up with the technology
Shape memory alloys and a kind of plastic crystal chill quickly under force or pressure. They could lead to eco-friendly fridges and air conditioners.
A proposed law would require the tech giants to negotiate with publishers. Similar attempts in Europe have largely failed.
The best way to unplug from all your digital kitchen gadgetry is to fire up a pair of propane burners in the middle of nowhere.
Your laptop is a treasure trove of personal and sensitive information—make sure it’s as secure as it can be.