Here’s how life on Earth might have formed out of thin air and water
When droplets of water react with the air, life-starting things may happen.
Your upcoming Walgreens prescription may be refilled by a machine
Faced with pharmacist shortages and increased demand, the drugstore giant looks to automation for relief.
Self-driving cars keep causing traffic jams in San Francisco
Drivers are growing frustrated with Cruise’s vehicles, which keep stopping dead in traffic.
Wisk’s next-gen air taxi aims to transport four passengers with no pilot
The company is backed by Boeing and has big goals for autonomous flight. Here's what they're up to now.
SEC fines Kim Kardashian $1.27 million for ‘unlawfully touting’ a cryptocurrency
EthereumMax, once promoted by Kardashian, is currently valued at a fraction of a cent.
Tesla’s Optimus humanoid robot can shuffle across stage, ‘raise the roof’
If you missed Elon Musk's (delayed) Friday night debut of Optimus, we've got you covered.
Why Maine is pushing back on a seafood watch group’s red-listing of the American lobster
Seafood Watch's rating warns consumers to avoid Maine lobster, despite recent safety updates by fishers in the state.
The Navy’s robot pilots could one day outnumber its human ones
The plan is for at least 60 percent of the flying machines that take off and land from carriers to be uncrewed, like the MQ-25 Stingray.
7 ways to support a kid who wants to care for animals
If you know where to look, there are plenty of educational opportunities for a child who wants to be a veterinarian.
Cities are tapping residents to study climate change and extreme weather
Nonprofits, academics and city governments are bringing in citizen scientists to adapt to the climate crisis.