An AI called Dragonfly is helping design faster-charging batteries
A robotics system called Clio is key, too.
Bitcoin’s steep environmental costs go beyond its hunger for energy
Bitcoin's climate impact rivals that of beef or crude oil, according to a new analysis.
Melting sea ice is acidifying the Arctic Ocean
More carbon in the air means more acid in the seas.
Amazon to offer instant pay to workers and more loans to sellers
Amazon joins Walmart in a retailer race to enter the personal banking market.
Apple removes VKontakte, Russia’s largest social network, from the App Store
VK apps offer food services, online payments, and email for millions of Russians.
Category 4 Hurricane Ian hits Florida, bringing historic storm surge
Dangerous conditions will continue as the storm moves north.
Can these government efforts crack the code for DNA storage?
The intelligence community is funding research into storing our ever-expanding troves of data in DNA. Their efforts could change how everything from our photos to Google searches get saved.
What hurricane categories mean, and why we use them
Does the Saffir-Simpson scale hold up to the intense hurricanes we see today?
In the depths of this Idaho lake, the US Navy is testing out its submarine tech
Lake Pend Oreille is 1,158 feet deep and has long provided the military a freshwater spot for research on submersible design.
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.