In school districts that ban books, e-readers offer a workaround
Texas alone has banned 801 books across 22 districts.
Why Bitcoin won’t go green any time soon
Ethereum just made a big change for the better. This is why Bitcoin probably won’t follow suit.
Philadelphia’s microscopic algae archive is a time machine for coastlands
A cache of phytoplankton held at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University is helping to reconstruct historical coastlines.
Sustainable jet fuel is taking off with commercial airlines
JetBlue, the US Air Force, and others are investing in a greener type of fuel.
Iran cracks down on citizens’ internet access following spreading protests
Reports that both WhatsApp and Instagram are down come as Iranians protest a woman's death while in police custody.
The FTC takes a second look at Amazon-iRobot deal
The $1.7 billion purchase is sounding the government's antitrust alarm bells.
Researchers made a robot that knows how to laugh with you
Here's why scientists are interested in getting an AI to LOL the right way.
A guide to the Gambit family of military drones and their unique jobs
This group of drone concepts, each with a specific intended mission, is built around a common core module.
This at-home radio sensor could help monitor symptoms of patients with Parkinson’s
The router-like device can track treatments for the neurological disease, too.
Neptune’s faint rings glimmer in new James Webb Space Telescope image
The powerful space telescope exposed Neptune's unsung rings, showing off the ice giant in a whole new way.