In a new report, Europol warns one specific threat is now "overshadowing traditional malware threats"
Completely separate from the public social network, Facebook at Work takes aim at Slack and similar networks.
Snapchat users could not resist the temptation of distorting the candidates' faces during Monday night's debate
SpaceX founder Elon Musk says he plans to build huge new reusable rockets and spaceships to eventually ferry colonists to Mars
A cycling team from the Canadian company AeroVelo broke the land speed record for human-powered transportation
A new orchestral work called Symphonologie was written as a collaboration between a human composer and an artificial intelligence program
Doctors say the infant is showing no signs of the rare and devastating disease that killed his two siblings early in life
The World Health Organization warns that poor countries are getting worse, not better, when it comes to addressing air quality
In the computer category, Apple is still No. 1 in consumer satisfaction -- but its big lead has nearly vanished
Some call this bird's beak “ivory on wings” — and it sells in China
Elephants are "voting with their feet," one conservation group has observed
New research tracks the temperature over 2 million years of planetary history, and suggests where humans may take it in the future
Sen. Mark Warner questions whether internet company moved quickly enough to disclose massive data breach
A government scientist warns, “We can’t get there with our current set of policies"
The tech could be ready to take flight within the next decade, an Uber executive said
Snapchat: "Imagine one of your favorite memories. What if you could go back and see that memory the way you experienced it?"
The Hubble Space Telescope has again spotted what appear to be plumes of water vapor rising above one of Jupiter's moons
The "Venturi Buckeye Bullet Three" set a new world land-speed record for an electric car this past week. The car topped out at 358 miles per hour. Next year, the team is hoping to hit 400.
Was a teenage girl lured to her death with a few keystrokes on a smartphone app?
Reeves Wiedeman explains how his New York magazine article about the hack of an entire city is anything but science fiction