The Starship prototype succeeded in 'hopping' 500 feet, a milestone for the experimental spacecraft.
Canadian smart glasses maker North announced it was bought by Google on June 30, and now its $600 Focals will be non-functional as of July 31. The company is offering full refunds.
Warnings of Russian hacking by Western governments underscore that a Covid-19 vaccine shouldn't be something anyone can 'steal' in the first place.
The half-exploded star is careening across the Milky Way at 900,000 kilometres per hour, according to a new study by international researchers.
Multiple European monitoring agencies have detected nuclear radiation, likely from a power plant of unknown origin, floating above northern Europe.
Humans have taught computers to do some amazing and horrible things, but this might take the cake.
Justin Ehrenhofer had an idea, a bit of money, and a desire to have a box office smash during the pandemic while supporting closed theaters and promoting cryptocurrency. With community support and a movie that cost nothing to make, he did it. Sort of.
Anti-lockdown protests are taking place across America, and Facebook has found itself in its latest mess.
Misinformation and conspiracies about the deadly virus have found a home on groups and pages planning and promoting anti-lockdown protests on the social network.
The tech giants aren't the first to propose a similar plan, but their power makes them the only available choices during a dire crisis. This influence isn't a fading remnant of the pre-pandemic world, but an enlarging feature of post-virus capitalism.
Organizers of the MOSAiC expedition are determining the best way to bring a relief crew to the ship without spreading the virus, which could leave roughly 100 scientists and crew on board for an extra six weeks.
The Internet Archive is temporarily eliminating waitlists for tons of ebooks to create a National Emergency Library open to anyone with an internet connection.