This massive armored vehicle has a giant plow for clearing Russian mines
Eight machines like this one are already in Ukraine to do the dangerous work of dealing with minefields.
In pictures: 7 things from MoMA’s new design and architecture exhibits that made us go ‘wow’
These projects showcase the wacky ways humans have experimented with sustainable materials and structures.
These parasitic plants force their victims to make them dinner
Two parasitic plants in a new study are losing genes related to photosynthesis and other plant functions as they continue their food-sucking habits.
The Opt Out: Reduce your privacy risk by deleting a bunch of files
Downsizing your data can help you keep your information safe.
How to set up the wallpapers and widgets that will make your Pixel more fun
If it's been a while since you've gone into your Pixel's customization settings, it's time to dig in.
Scientists are still unraveling the mystery of salt’s taste
Too much sodium is bad, but so is too little—no wonder the body has two sensing mechanisms.
Neuralink is searching for its first human test subjects
After years of setbacks, investigations, and rejections, Elon Musk's brain-computer interface company says it's ready for human testing.
Why humans feel bad for awkward robots
Secondhand embarrassment is related to empathy.
The International Criminal Court was hit with a cyberattack
The war crime tribunal's security breach could compromise case evidence and witness identities.
World’s oldest known wooden structure pre-dates our species
The interlocking logs are about 476,000 years old and were located near a towering Zambian waterfall.