A look back at 2018's big tech stories.
How much music did you listen to and video did you stream? Here's how to find out
Go get the cake before you get that bottle of wine.
Start stretching your thumbs because there are lots of new video games ahead.
We're in our misinformation predicament partly because of algorithms. Can they also get us out of it?
The company's QLED television lineup takes aim at controlling smart homes and displaying info.
Resolve to be smarter about network security in 2018.
Who says AI can't spot fake news?
An excerpt from the September 1980 Issue of Popular Science, in honor of Ray Tomlinson's passing
The move also makes it easy to find the top news on Facebook
There may be vertical videos
Apple's leaders say they respect your privacy more than Google
How to protect big ideas in a new legal era
Mars Rover Curiosity's science legacy is yet to be determined, but its impact on the future of space exploration is already shaping up
The largest nation on Earth is flying more people more places than ever before. Its struggle to do so without (further) destroying the environment could show the rest of the world a greener way to travel
Or is the old-fashioned way still the best?
U.S. spies hope to glean intelligence nuggets from blog posts and Twitter
How a satellite failure heralded the launch of NASA—and the revolution of Earth observation
Soldiers who manage to walk away from explosions in Iraq may actually be suffering terrible—yet invisible—brain trauma. Could blast waves be fueling a new breed of injury?
Eclipse Aviation founder Vern Raburn brings the corporate jet to the masses
"Go Somewhere" produced a large volume of mail and vigorous online debate about the future and cost of NASA. Here are more highlights.