Featured by Charlotte Hu
Beams of light—not cables—are carrying the internet across a river in the Congo
Project Taara’s cable-free tech can give users internet at “fiber-like speeds.”
Is it ok to eat GMO foods? Scientists say ‘yes.’
Human health-wise, they’re perfectly fine.
Why you need to update your Apple products’ software ASAP
The University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab discovered that Apple products were infected by an Israeli spyware company.
This CRISPR startup thinks that mammoths can save the Arctic. Is it right?
A new company co-founded by gene-editing pioneer George Church wants to disrupt climate change and conservation by resurrecting the woolly mammoth.
Bitcoin is having a bumpy rollout as an official currency in El Salvador
Scenes from day one of the cryptocurrency in the country—plus a brief refresher on what bitcoin is.
What exactly is a digital dollar, and how would it work?
Governments globally are thinking about digitizing their currencies. Here’s what that means—and how it could impact you.
With a new set of cracks, the ISS is really showing its age
As the ISS inches closer to retirement, are these new cracks the beginning of the end?
This magnetic robot arm was inspired by octopus tentacles
This origami, bio-inspired robot arm can twist, bend, reach, grab and bring back objects.
Twitter’s efforts to tackle misleading tweets just made them thrive elsewhere
Misinformation is like a weed that just keeps sprouting up
Tesla wants to make humanoid robots. Here’s their competition.
From Boston Dynamics to Sophia, the robotics field has been teeming with new inventions, each of them both talented and flawed in their own ways.