How a salt lake in California’s desert could make the U.S. an electric car powerhouse
There’s lithium in that there water.
Ancient Mayan collapse reveals why America needs UBI
History repeats itself.
With virtual reality, scientists reveal a fatal flaw in one of soccer's most trusted defensive moves
A new study published Wednesday in the journal PLOS ONE uses virtual reality to show how the very logic behind one of soccer's key defense moves may work in the opposing team’s favor.
10 weird technologies the military is testing
The top 5 most counterfeited products on Amazon
How LGBTQ+ culture can survive Covid-19
New Orleans loves a parade, but Pride parties in the city in 2020 have forced its residents to get creative while staying healthy.
Congress is trying to kill encryption during a pandemic
It seems Congress thinks this might be a good time to kill encryption and trample on our civil liberties.
A.I. can now beat every title of this iconic 1977 video game console
If you think you're good at Atari games, just wait until you see DeepMind's skills.
The coronavirus outbreak is bad news for electric car companies like Tesla
The coronavirus outbreak is making things difficult for the automobile industry, and countries are starting to roll back emission standards.
The coronavirus outbreak is having an unexpected effect on the power grid
With businesses shut down around the nation, electricity demands appear to be decreasing.
Space Force says its new 'Space Fence' will protect us in space
We haven't heard a lot of news from the Space Force since it was founded, but the latest news shows something the military branch developed called the 'Space Fence' is now operational.
Social media companies are still losing the fight against coronavirus disinformation
Social media companies are working harder than ever to fight it during the coronavirus outbreak. Is it enough?
Amazon offers higher pay as grocery orders skyrocket and workers walk out
With people avoiding leaving the house as much as they can, a lot of people are getting their groceries from Amazon, and its warehouses are struggling to keep up.
This web browser fights fascists
Unstoppable Domains is teaming up with the Opera web browser to decentralize the internet and end internet censorship.
Researchers burned down an office to make them safer
If you want to understand how to protect an office from a fire, sometimes you have to burn it down.
Your phone's PIN code is probably so bad anyone could guess it, study finds
People are really bad at creating pin codes, and a new study looks at how we could fix this problem.
Surgical masks are no match for China's facial recognition technology
A Chinese company has announced that it has developed facial recognition software that can identify people even if they're wearing a surgical mask.
When are delivery drones coming? UPS is getting closer
With people practicing social distancing to help fight the spread of the coronavirus, UPS has announced it's working on new package delivery drones.
How robots and A.I. could help save our healthcare workers and the elderly
Though advancements still need to be made, robots and A.I. could help us fight the coronavirus outbreak and save lives.
A new A.I. system could make sure we never misdiagnose cancer again
Researchers have developed an A.I. system that can accurately diagnose cancer 100 percent of the time, and it could save lives.