The Navy’s version of a Roomba inspects billion-dollar ships for damage
The machine from Gecko Robotics cruises along on magnetic wheels, gathering data about the hull as it goes.
ADHD patients face wildly different drug testing requirements
Meanwhile, the FDA announced an Adderall shortage at the end of 2022.
Internet Archive just lost a federal lawsuit against big book publishers
It plans to appeal the ruling.
These hackers revealed security vulnerabilities in a Tesla—and won a car
The exercise is a reminder that nearly everything can be hacked, even computers on wheels.
The White House has a plan to overhaul the organ transplant network
One nonprofit has had monopoly power over the system for decades.
Why an AI image of Pope Francis in a fly jacket stirred up the internet
The uncanny AI forgery is an amusing example of a much deeper issue.
How conserving wild beasts like wolves and otters could help with carbon capture
Gray wolves, elephants, wildebeests, and sea otters are a few of the species that can help keep global warming below 1.5 degrees C.
This rainbow shimmer coating may help cool future buildings
A new material inspired by wood pulp and soap bubbles reflects sunlight while staying cooler than the air around it.
The electrified Dodge Hornet offers a ‘PowerShot’ of extra horsepower
The new Dodge Hornet R/T is a plug-in hybrid with swagger. Here's what it feels like to activate its 'PowerShot' feature.
Gordon Moore, modern computing pioneer, dies at 94
The co-founder of Intel predicted modern computing power more than half a century ago.