A new artificial skin could be more sensitive than the real thing
It can detect direct pressure as well as objects that are hovering close by.
Turn your iMessages into a chessboard with this new add on
Chess.com just released its newest app add-on that allows Apple users to play the game via message.
We drove the most powerful Honda in the US: a Civic
The Civic Type R is a mix of power, poise, and practicality. It costs $45,000, bright red seats and all.
‘Historical’ AI chatbots aren’t just inaccurate—they are dangerous
Here's why it's so questionable to let AI chatbots impersonate people like Einstein and Gandhi.
Why seaweed farming could be the next big thing in sustainability
Expanding seaweed farming could really help people and the planet, says new study.
A chunk of ice twice the size of New York City broke off the Brunt Ice Shelf
The Antarctic event is not connected to climate change.
Watch this metallic material move like the T-1000 from ‘Terminator 2’
A tiny figure made from the magenetoactive substance can jailbreak by shifting phases.
The real reason people share so much fake news on social media
It may have to do more with habits and rewards.
The Justice Department is coming for Google’s digital ad domination
In mounting their latest traditional antitrust case, the government could have a real shot at taking the company on.
One wormy Triassic fossil could fill a hole in the evolutionary story of amphibians
Sometimes the biggest finds come in the smallest (fossil) packages.