Someone breaks into a mailbox that stores letters waiting to be sent and grabs some of them in hopes they’ll contain a check that’s been filled in. That's just the start.
Made from concrete, it cost 15% less per square foot to construct than a typical house.
Is 2022 the year the economy recovers?
The massive craft could carry 100 humans to Mars and revolutionize space exploration.
The Virtual Metaverse will be for gaming and other short duration uses, while the Augmented Metaverse will revolutionize society.
Scientists used 3D scans to analyze the corpse of Amenhotep I. They discovered that his brain was never removed and that he was circumcised, among other curiosities.
A century ago, electric cars were common. The fact that they were almost entirely replaced due to the internal combustion engine is a testament to the glacial pace of battery breakthroughs.
Digital currencies are set to upend paper currencies, but it likely won't be the decentralized utopia some hope it will be.
“Think defensively about how you can protect yourself from an almost inevitable attack, rather than assuming you’ll avoid harm.”
GPT-3, which features 175 billion parameters, just might fool you in a conversation.
The metaverse has the potential to be revolutionary, for both good and bad. Here is how we can maximize the former and prevent the latter.
Between fake vaccine passports and targeted supply chain attacks, things are only getting more risky.
Why does Seattle continue to be a place that nurtures the development of breakthrough technologies but not Minneapolis, Memphis, or Minsk?
On Nov. 15, 2021, U.S. officials announced that they had detected a dangerous new debris field in orbit near Earth. Later in the day, it was confirmed that Russia had […]
In his new book, "The Wires of War: Technology and the Global Struggle for Power," Jacob Helberg outlines the brewing cyberwar between Western democracies and autocracies like China and Russia.
It’s about 7.6 million times faster than what you probably have at home.
From textiles and transportation to chemicals and microchips, a group of researchers proposes a new way to measure the impact of innovation.
Wireless charging isn't just for phones and laptops. It could also power medical devices like heart implants.
Airless tires are puncture-proof and more environmentally friendly. And Michelin is aiming to get them on your car by 2024.
If used improperly, the metaverse could be more divisive than social media and an insidious threat to society and even reality itself.
A marketing professional decided to think creatively and create a resume-bot. It helped him land 14 interviews and 11 job offers.
Augmented reality (AR) contact lenses will project the digital world into our retinas, perhaps helping us navigate the metaverse.
In his new book, "Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy," former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang explores how media narratives can warp public perception of political candidates.