Twitter overwhelmed by NSFW spam during protests in China
Countless accounts attempted to flood Twitter with NSFW content to obfuscate crucial news from China. With little moderation, experts argue they succeeded.
The EPA is making eBay crack down on some car part sales
An eBay crackdown on sales of "emission defeat devices" that could potentially confuse how a vehicle's pollution levels are detected is affecting many other performance parts' availability.
This robot’s delicate touch scoops up liquid droplets without causing a splash
Don't be fooled by the new robotic gripper's sensitivity—it's designed to handle the most hazardous materials out there.
E-bikes could be the future of transit in city centers
Here's what it will take for bikes and e-bikes to be more commonplace.
These ‘fake’ ancient Roman coins might actually be real
The coins likely date back to around 260 CE.
Department of Justice opens investigation into real estate tech company accused of collusion with landlords
The DOJ will examine whether RealPage helped landlords coordinate rent increases. Questions also swirl around a 2017 merger deal with its largest competitor.
Why Buffalo got so much snow last weekend
Parts of the Buffalo area saw more than 6 feet of lake-effect snow over three days in November 2022.
The Army shot down a missile surrogate using new command-system tech
The test took place on November 17 in New Mexico, with a drone as a stand-in for a cruise missile.
An AI that lets cars communicate might reduce traffic jams
A communication system between cars reduced 'phantom traffic jams,' and is more attainable than self-driving tech.
Alexa, why are you losing so much money?
Amazon's Alexa, the Google Assistant, and Apple’s Siri have all reportedly had their own struggles. Here’s what’s going on.