Two fault lines near Seattle could rupture in one giant earthquake
Tree ring samples reveal a pair of quakes, or one large one, in Seattle’s geologic history.
A gigantic Navy drone is ready to surveil the ocean from above
It's called the Triton, and it's built for endurance.
The CIA is building its version of ChatGPT
The agency's first chief technology officer confirms a chatbot based on open-source intelligence will soon be available to its analysts.
Turkey vultures have the ultimate self-defense technique: projectile vomiting
Plus other weird things we learned this week.
The mathematical theory that connects swimming sperm, zebra stripes, and sunflower seeds
Scientists inch closer to understanding the very basis of nature’s patterns.
How to check your Internet speed on your phone, a browser, and Google
These tools will test your connection through download and upload times.
Microsoft wants small nuclear reactors to power its AI and cloud computing services
The company posted a job opening for a 'principal program manager' for nuclear technology.
This new Polaris off-roader is the ultimate vehicle for rugged adventures
The machine will eat rocks for breakfast while ensuring a smooth ride for its driver. Here's how.
A new drone might help cops stop high-speed car chases
Skydio wants its 'intelligent flying machines' to become part of law enforcement's 'basic infrastructure.' Little regulation stands in their way.
Meet the first electric blue tarantula known to science
The new tarantula species, with its extremely rare color, was found in a mangrove tree in Thailand.