A cyberattack on a company called Dyn caused massive DNS outages all over the East Coast and beyond on Friday.
Leukemia patients often complain of debilitating bone pain. Until now, doctors didn't understand why.
He held his 88th birthday celebration in a freight elevator. Now see how he plans to live to 144, while treating his own cancer.
TrumpOrg.com servers are using Windows Server 2003, which Microsoft no longer supports.
This biographical video outlines the highlights of Iwata's life.
An Indian state is trying to fight a rampant heroin epidemic once fueled by the police.
The Overview Effect is the motivational kick-in-the-butt we need to save humanity from extinction and journey beyond our home world.
From Twitter to personal drones, technology can act as a fail-safe in desperate situations.
Let's talk about negligible senescence, and how crocodiles technically never age. In the end it's injury or disease that gets them.
Alexey Ivanov was inspired by the faux retro film 'Kung Fury', and finally spoke to Motherboard about that meme you've been seeing all over Twitter.
For those of you still Google searching the G-spot.
Oceans on Proxima b could harbor life.
"Summer down here in Miami has been a real hoot, first we had Zika and now we had Hurricane Matthew."
In the future, aging will be treated not as a natural process, but as a disease.
Last year, the company allegedly complied with a government directive asking it to search through every incoming user email for specific information.
According to Google, we're on the cusp of a shift in computing as fundamental as PC to mobile.
The Task Force will allegedly verify facts and correct misinformation about Wikileaks on Twitter.
Two Swedish researchers found that you are more likely to apply for a course and get good grades if the books you read are less about boring stereotypes and more about situations you can personally identify with.
How a bug is squashed or comes to live in your game.
Paddy Neumann's final-year uni project—which proposes using junk metal as rocket fuel—could change space travel forever.
Deep-ocean explorer Phil Nuytten is designing an underwater base.
Atmospheric carbon levels are probably stuck at 400 parts per million, scientists say.
The company completely missed just how important software, apps and the ecosystem surrounding them would be.
My obsession with being able to live like the rich led me down a convoluted path of hustling airline miles.