IBM's Watson supercomputer is being used in some innovative ways at this year's U.S. Open tennis tournament
A planet just slightly larger than Earth has been found orbiting the nearest star to the sun
Avoid Apple's pesky "Storage Almost Full" warning by following these simple steps.
TV's "Science Guy" weighs in on climate issues and why Americans should "find your park"
A new report reveals which Android apps take the biggest toll
Live streaming videos and social media have turned everyday citizens into reporters and witnesses in a whole new way
Facebook is using your geolocation phone data in a way some might find a little unsettling
Here's where white supremacists, Donald Trump supporters, Twitter, free speech and hate speech all come together
Big changes in the tech industry are highlighted at Recode conference
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Aerial survey of Australia's Great Barrier Reef confirms vast extent of the unprecedented bleaching
Researchers are putting together the largest study ever on aging in dogs, and their findings could someday help humans, too
The specimen appears to date back 3.7 billion years — a time when Earth had black continents, a green ocean, and orange skies
Space station commander Jeff Williams and astronaut Kate Rubins are heading out into space for the second time in two weeks
Bill Ford reflects on the race car's victory in the prestigious Le Mans race in France – and the race to develop autonomous cars by 2021
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners are suing the tech giant over an alleged flaw that makes the phones unresponsive
Hackers don’t always have to break into your computer – sometimes you let them in
In a challenge to Uber, Google is opening up its Waze carpooling program in San Francisco to more users
Researchers have a wild idea for how to make the long journey to colonize Mars a bit easier
Fossil discovery includes the rare skull of an ancient winged reptile
Can the government pull back the curtain on social media posts that are really product plugs?
This asteroid was slightly bigger than the one that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, in 2013, injuring hundreds of people
Self-driving car company Drive.ai not only programs cars to recognize pedestrians and avoid them, but also to communicate with them
With fewer than 70 days till Election Day, the Senate Minority Leader is warning the FBI not to take the threat lightly
Rescue organization suing university researchers cites one particularly "disturbing" study
In a space milestone, a used SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage rocket will fly again later this year to help launch an SES communications satellite
The search for extraterrestrial intelligence turns to a powerful signal from the area near a sunlike star
“Dog brains care about both what we say and how we say it," the lead researcher behind the new study confirmed
In "The Kingdom of Speech," the provocative author argues speech is responsible for humanity’s highest achievements
An experiment with removing gender from job applications makes the case that bias influences hiring
European Competition Commissioner says Ireland gave U.S. tech giant illegal tax benefits, and it's time to collect
Facebook admits it needs to do more to detect "hoax and satirical stories"
How Lucy met her end has remained a mystery since her well-preserved fossil remains were unearthed more than four decades ago