This Korean robodog proves running on sand isn’t just for ‘Baywatch’
Quadrupedal robots are usually confined to a single terrain. RaiBo is changing that.
EV adoption doesn’t lighten energy costs for all American families
More than 90 percent of vehicle-owning households would lower their energy burden—but low income families would still struggle.
Hive ransomeware extorted $100 million from victims. The DOJ just hit back.
Hospitals and public school systems are among the 1,500 affected targets.
A new artificial skin could be more sensitive than the real thing
It can detect direct pressure as well as objects that are hovering close by.
Turn your iMessages into a chessboard with this new add-on
Chess.com just released its newest app add-on that allows Apple users to play the game via message.
What it takes to build and maintain Alaska’s icy highways
Frozen rivers are vital transportation routes for communities outside the state’s traditional road system.
We drove the most powerful Honda in the US: a Civic
The Civic Type R is a mix of power, poise, and practicality. It costs $45,000, bright red seats and all.
Earth’s natural air-scrubbing system works better when it’s wetter
When it's warm and rainy, minerals that react with carbon dioxide draw in more of the greenhouse gas.
A gold-laced mummy could be the ‘oldest and most complete’ specimen found in Egypt
The 4,300-year-old tombs were recently discovered in the Saqqara necropolis.
‘Historical’ AI chatbots aren’t just inaccurate—they are dangerous
Here's why it's so questionable to let AI chatbots impersonate people like Einstein and Gandhi.