Featured by Charlotte Hu
Engineers created a robotic hand with a gecko-like grip
Watch this robotic hand grab hold of an egg, fruits, a large plastic container, and a jug of orange juice.
The trick to a more powerful computer chip? Going vertical.
Electrons typically flow through transistors in parallel to the chip surface, but what if the transistors were flipped sideways?
What to know about the latest cybersecurity bug in log4j
The vulnerability is related to an open-source logging tool used by Java programs.
This tiny AI-powered robot is learning to explore the ocean on its own
A new Caltech robot could use machine learning to navigate through turbulent and unknown terrains in the ocean.
Fish sounds tell us about underwater reefs—but we need better tech to really listen
Soundscape ecology is a non-invasive method for monitoring ecosystem diversity and health, but process behind it is still very time-consuming.
A look inside TikTok’s seemingly all-knowing algorithm
A leaked internal document offers clues on what information TikTok uses to curate your video stream.
Google search will now show you which local doctors accept Medicare
You can now filter search results by accepted insurances and see what languages a doctor’s office accommodates for.
Why Spotify’s music recommendations always seem so spot on
Spotify knows what you like to hear, and isn't afraid to tell you.
An undersea cable could bring speedy internet to Antarctica
A plan for an undersea cable could speed up the glacial pace of Antarctica's internet.
Twitter’s fledgling misinformation tool is adding aliases
Birdwatch, Twitter's crowdsourced misinformation-fighting pilot program, is adding a new feature to help decrease bias and polarization.