NASA's InSight Mars lander, which touched down on Mars last week, captured a bassy vibrating rumble deflecting off the lander's 7-foot solar panels
But others say take that with a "gigantic grain of salt"
As seasonal cycles shift and ecosystems are thrown off balance, invasive species are expected to surge into new areas
How did invasive Burmese pythons overrun the Florida Everglades? One of the state's most powerful hurricanes played a key role
The small town of Wenatchee, Washington, is at the center of a virtual gold rush – whether residents like it or not
On the Galápagos Islands, some of the world's most unusual species are in a race against time
Together, they're responsible for the personal data of at least 50 million people being used without consent
"Japan is a strange, exotic and quirky place" -- but that's not the only reason it's on the leading edge of a robot revolution
Smart toys are popular holiday gifts, but consumer watchdogs are warning about the risks they pose to children's privacy
New technology called CRISPR has opened the floodgates of DNA hacking. But how many people, if any, should be allowed play God?
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
Accelerating sea level rise means the islanders of Kiribati face homelessness, sooner rather than later
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Team at major change conference to block positive portrayal of landmark study on global warming
David Pogue, dressed as that jolly man in red, delivers some gift suggestions for those on your list who love gadgets
On December 9, 1952, a mixture of smoke and fog that killed thousands finally lifted over the English capital
In 1985 a top-secret Cold War search for two missing nuclear submarines in the Atlantic would lead to the discovery of the final resting place of the fated ocean liner on which more than 1,500 people died
Flares had already ignited at the base of the 23-story-tall rocket to burn away excess hydrogen gas, a routine safety precaution, when the abort was ordered
China called Meng Wanzhou's detention "unreasonable, unconscionable, and vile in nature"
Loaded in the SpaceX Dragon's pressurized compartment were 2,286 pounds of science gear, including a rodent habitat carrying 40 mice
Hundreds of U.S. cities, states, businesses and churches planted the American flag at the U.N. climate talks
"We might never know"
In February, NASA will give Nick Hague a second shot at the International Space Station
Mission to put " Chang'e 4" on largely unexplored lunar side shows Beijing's growing ambitions to rival U.S., Russia and E.U. as space power
National security adviser had suggested earlier he knew of the high-profile arrest during the G-20 meeting
According to Apple, this new test can detect atrial fibrillation, a potentially serious condition where the heart beats out of rhythm
The fast-growing company may not be well-known in the U.S., but it surpassed Apple as the No. 2 cellphone maker
Reuters report says, hackers left clues suggesting they may have been working for Chinese intelligence
Iconic physicist penned his thoughts on God and religion in 1954 missive
The tech giant has acknowledged that Sandberg asked her staff to look into Soros' financial motivations
Huawei issued a statement saying Meng Wanzhou was changing flights in Canada when she was detained to face "unspecified charges"
Google replaces its primary colors with a solid gray logo Wednesday
Just two years ago, there was cause for cautious optimism
SpaceX launched its second Falcon 9 rocket in two days, this one to the International Space Station