Internet Archive just lost a federal lawsuit against big book publishers
It plans to appeal the ruling.
These hackers revealed security vulnerabilities in a Tesla—and won a car
The exercise is a reminder that nearly everything can be hacked, even computers on wheels.
Why an AI image of Pope Francis in a fly jacket stirred up the internet
The uncanny AI forgery is an amusing example of a much deeper issue.
This rainbow shimmer coating may help cool future buildings
A new material inspired by wood pulp and soap bubbles reflects sunlight while staying cooler than the air around it.
The electrified Dodge Hornet offers a ‘PowerShot’ of extra horsepower
The new Dodge Hornet R/T is a plug-in hybrid with swagger. Here's what it feels like to activate its 'PowerShot' feature.
Gordon Moore, modern computing pioneer, dies at 94
The co-founder of Intel predicted modern computing power more than half a century ago.
Two newly discovered Andes Mountain plant species have an appetite for insects
'Butterworts' may sound cute, but these plants handle some tough terrain.
Recovery begins after devastating tornadoes hit Mississippi’s Lower Delta
Preliminary estimates say the storm was an EF-4 tornado that was on the ground for almost 60 miles.
Tiny, fast lasers are unlocking the mysteries of photosynthesis
Seeing the process in fractions of a blink could provide insights for clean fuel and more climate-sturdy plants.
Social relationships are important to the health of aging adults
Lack of community can lead to decreased physiological strength and a reduced biological ability to bounce back.