App privacy depends a lot on where you were when you downloaded it
An app downloaded in the US isn't necessarily the same as an app downloaded elsewhere.
To make better social robots, these scientists are looking to dogs
Psychologists and social scientists are studying the way dogs and humans bond to build better interactive robots.
Amazon’s Ring Nation quietly premieres on cable TV in 35 states
'Ring Nation' is finally here, and you probably missed the big unveil.
What an ancient Maya city excavation taught scientists about the origins of reef fishes
Fossils pulled from the quarry of an ancient Maya city reveal the dawn of reef fishes.
Why solid state batteries are the next frontier for EV makers
Safer, denser, and less susceptible to temperature changes, SSBs hold promise for more EV adoption.
Watch Alice, a new electric commuter plane, fly for the first time
The aircraft just made an important maiden flight. Now comes the hard part: improving its batteries.
Gas leaks into the Baltic Sea from Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines
Both pipelines experienced a sudden drop in pressure Monday morning.
A rare diamond is offering a glimpse into a possibly watery world inside the Earth
Analysis of the incredibly rare gem suggests a soggy environment in the Earth's lower mantle.
Meta says it’s shut down a giant Russian misinformation network
Over 1,600 sham Facebook accounts were spreading misinformation to European audiences.
Graphic novel with AI-generated art gets unprecedented copyright
An AI system can't currently get a copyright—but what about the people who collaborate with them?