The Rosetta spacecraft closed out its remarkably successful mission by crash landing on the comet it's been studying for the past two years
Intel is out with its annual list of the celeb searches most likely to put you at risk of computer viruses or malware
Apple's latest operating system has lots of bells and whistles you can try out after you hit "update"
One of America's best-known scientists discusses great moments from his Emmy-nominated talk show, and what's missing in this presidential campaign
The sci-fi phenomenon marks its 50th anniversary; check out our rundown of the TV series' highlights and lowlights
How activists, tech companies and law enforcement are navigating this new chapter in the (long) history of violence against women
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
Certain words and punctuation marks may not come across the way you intended
Aerial survey of Australia's Great Barrier Reef confirms vast extent of the unprecedented bleaching
It's the first time any bees in the U.S. have been placed on the Endangered Species list
Son has DNA from Adam Smeets while twin daughters have DNA from Justin Ruehs
"Star Wars," "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," and "Puff the Magic Dragon" have all served as inspiration
A recent swarm of small quakes in the Salton Sea area could mean a greater chance of a major earthquake in coming days
“This is an eye-opener for what the future may hold," marine biologist says
Researchers say people who are being observed – and know it – change their behavior
More American parents are trying to come up with one-of-a-kind baby names
Sites and apps are popping up to help refugees learn the language, navigate the country and meet locals
Sony researchers have unveiled the first pop song composed by artificial intelligence, and it may sound familiar
The EU faced criticism for being slow to approve the accord, which aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions worldwide
It sounds apocalyptic, but a “black moon” is nothing bad; here's what the lunar phenomenon means
Research suggests how humans as a species have struggled to tame the evolutionary roots of violence
The inevitability of cyberwar demands leaders who understand the stakes and are equipped to write a new playbook for a new defense era. Will we get them?
An Indiegogo campaign has launched for Fuze, an iPhone case that brings the headphone jack to the iPhone 7
PTC, or "positive train control," a technology that compensates for human error, was yet not installed on N.J. Transit Rail line
More than 200 million gallons of waste from fertilizer plant has drained into water source; residents testing their wells
A new report suggests Pennsylvania 2016 could give Florida 2000 a run for its money
Activist: “The ability to disconnect, the serenity value of that, is a park resource that they’ve given away without a thought”
Snap away! Your voting booth pic is officially legal
The White House and the National Cyber Security Alliance are teaming up on a new campaign to help protect your online accounts
After the first successful mission to land on a comet, Rosetta meets a fitting demise