Our bodies are full of poisons from products we use every day. I know — I've had my urine tested for them.
The smart city is moving beyond cameras and microphones to stranger surveillance tools.
When one sister figured it out so easily and the other struggled so much, maybe it's not the ice that's to blame.
In the game known to mathematicians as "Conway Checkers," it's John Conway's way or the highway.
Over the last 20 years, that two-degree threshold has been referenced in policies and agreements made by the Council of the European Union, the G8 (now the G7), and more. So what makes two degrees so important?
Every day satellites are zooming through space, snapping incredible pictures of Earth, the solar system and outer space. Here are the highlights from this week.
Since this trimmer is actually a trimmer/razor hybrid, you can cut it pretty close without needing shaving cream. It’s washable, rechargeable and about $30 cheaper than other popular models.
Injuries from sports like football and hockey are prevalent, but it turns out it's a combat sport that's the most dangerous.
It used to be pretty common for people to have nicknames for the objects they kept close, whether cars or musical instruments or computers.
Long gone are "no photos" signs. Craving social media exposure, museums like the Portrait Gallery not only tolerate photos, but actually encourage them.
This dog wouldn't stop sticking its head in the cat flap, and it was not fazed in the least by its owner's attempt at liquid discipline.
The company's Colorado workforce will be greeted by a pizza oven and pinball machines.
You've Probably Got More In Common With These Kids Than With Alice, The 101-Year-Old Woman They're Meeting
Okay, maybe you wouldn't be as blunt with some of your questions as the kids, but you'd be just as amazed by Alice's answers.
It doesn't all have to do with money. But yeah, a lot of it has to do with money.
Heavy rain from a cyclone has turned a river in New Zealand into a stream you would never want to swim in.
House Democrats made public a heavily redacted memo that was drafted to counter Republican claims of surveillance abuses against a former Trump campaign aide.
Once in a lifetime, you get the chance to have a bison stick his head into your car.
Midbudget titles that would've been theatrical fare in years past (like "Cloverfield Paradox") are going direct to streaming as studios minimize risk.
"Circling Boudhanath Stupa each morning at sunrise, I learned to slow down, to stop fretting about 'lost productivity' and, instead, go in circles for a while."
Taco Bell just surpassed Burger King as the fourth most-popular restaurant chain in America.
Contrary to what you might think, improving medicine and healthcare environments do not lead to overpopulation. In fact, it's the opposite.
The last public execution in the US, a Russian community aspiring for human immortality, and an inside look into a S&M sex club where women hold the power.
As the history of digital media has become subsumed by the history of the internet, teletext remains largely forgotten. Yet like a fair-weather psychic, the technology anticipated things to come.
Upgrades like face matching, live streams, and AI – part of an industry push – raise questions about the use of police video.
The good news is that it doesn't have to suck, if you build it out properly.
Owners of newer models are road-testing Tesla’s imperfect code, risking major accidents.
Earlier this week, much of the internet ground to a halt when the servers that power them suddenly vanished. And it was all thanks to a typo.
It's basically a Fitbit for your man bits that tracks thrust speed and velocity. But don't be too hard on yourself.
Uber has for years engaged in a worldwide program to deceive authorities in markets where its low-cost ride-hailing service was being resisted by law enforcement, or in some instances, had been outright banned.
Android phone manufacturers are shrugging off the jack-less fad and are forging ahead with the traditional 3.5mm headphone output intact.