A newly discovered form of spyware puts iPhones at risk; here's what you need to do to protect yourself
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
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
Researchers are putting together the largest study ever on aging in dogs, and their findings could someday help humans, too
NASA's Juno spacecraft completed its first low-altitude swing around Jupiter and sent back its first close-up pictures
The Los Angeles skyline may look drastically different than the centuries-old villages pulverized in massive earthquake, but looks can be deceiving
These handsets' entertaining and practical party tricks stand out from the crowd
A University of Southern Maine professor is drawing attention by using beer to teach science
A SpaceX cargo ship splashed down Friday, carrying thousands of pounds of experiment samples, hardware, trash – and a dozen mice
That older model smartphone could be doing so much more than just collecting dust
Scientists look at how the plastics chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) could be impacting male and female brains
Russian hacked into businesses, mostly pizza restaurants in Washington state, and stole millions of credit card numbers that he sold on underground internet forums, authorities say
A flickering gray bar at the top of your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus might indicate that your phone has "touch disease"
Check out Octobot, an octopus-inspired robot that was made by a 3D printer
The social network thinks it's figured out your political views -- and now you can see how Facebook characterizes you
Apple is issuing a security update after espionage software was found targeting an activist's iPhone in the Middle East
One startup has beaten Google, Uber and Volvo to be the first to offer self-driving taxi rides to the public, it says
The move is a subtle but important shift for WhatsApp, which has promised to safeguard the privacy of more than one billion users
Certain features of local geology put the region at especially high risk
Technology made by Persistent Surveillance Systems is meant to help fight crime -- but some think footage taken without the public's knowledge amounts to spying
Scientists now believe that global warming might have been put into motion earlier than previously thought
How much do you know about our nation's parks on the centennial of the National Parks Service?
If only the site's mantra had been: “Life is short. Have a dedicated risk management process in place to protect personal information.”
Space station commander Jeff Williams has now logged 521 days in space over four missions, setting a new U.S. space endurance record
Google has announced a change to its mobile search function that will be welcome to many users