Nina Jankowicz looks back at how exaggerations and falsehoods stoked so many doubts about the Disinformation Governance Board that DHS paused it after just three weeks.
The SpaceX CEO disputes a report alleging that his company settled a sexual misconduct claim for $250,000, after he exposed himself and propositioned a flight attendant.
Matthew McCormack, a history professor in Northampton, U.K., encountered something unexpected while cycling in the woods: a wandering delivery robot.
Wireless carriers in Canada have been banned from installing Huawei equipment in their high-speed 5G networks, as the country joined allies in banning the giant Chinese technology company.
Geothermal energy is a clean, renewable, nearly limitless energy source. Technologist Jamie Beard wants us to use more of it — and to do that, she's recruiting experts from the fossil fuel industry.
Each year, one cow can belch 220 pounds of the greenhouse gas methane. Animal scientist Ermias Kebreab experimented with alternative cow diets and found a surprising solution: seaweed.
Materials scientist Andrew Dent takes us on a tour of the "materials library" where companies can find existing materials to reuse in their products—from chewing gum, to fish scales, to cow manure.
Tech industry groups are urging the Supreme Court to block a Texas law barring social media companies from removing posts or banning users based on political viewpoints
A software glitch can send power to the device's motor even when the rider is not actively engaging the hoverboard.
Twitter is stepping up its fight against misinformation with a new policy cracking down on posts that spread potentially dangerous false stories.
Yesterday was a bad day for Grubhub. The food delivery service launched a free lunch promotion for people in New York City. And spoiler alert: it backfired.
The investigation targets online platforms including video-streaming site Twitch, messaging platform Discord and the anonymous message board 4chan.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter can't move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam.
Using a GoPro camera attached to a helmet, the shooter streamed live on the site Twitch for two minutes before the stream was taken down. By then it was too late, and the video has spread elsewhere.