If successful, India will become the fourth country to put a lander on lunar soil. The spacecraft will then collect data on the south pole’s many mysteries.
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Canadians call the abandonment of coasts and floodplains a “strategic retreat.” American politicians call it literally anything else they can.
The 15-year-old’s match against Naomi Osaka will be remembered as a turning point.
Opinion: As President, I would issue a robot tax for corporations displacing humans, and create a federal agency to oversee automation.
Follow the eight steps described in this video and you too can start solving Rubik’s cubes faster … and faster … and faster.
Deepfakes are improving. The contest, which will include deepfakes created by Facebook, is designed to help researchers keep up.
Like its predecessors, the latest title in the series goes beneath the surface to explore the toll of combat on its characters and their world.
Nefarious figures were impersonating the actor on his platform. Also, Amazon shipped out some copies of Margaret Atwood’s new book early.
Called the eDumper, the massive truck relies on regenerative braking to recover some of its energy as it slows down. Let’s break down the physics.
Founded in the 1950s, California City was intended to rival Los Angeles in size. It never took off.
The Pew Research Center reports 56% of Americans trust law enforcement to use the technology responsibly, despite concerns over fairness, and bans in some cities.
Facebook Dating’s US rollout includes a few new updates, including safety features and more Instagram integration.
The battery-powered, $399 Sonos Move even has a built-in handle that makes it more toteable.
Opinion: Politicians and pundits’ fixation with flawed Cold War metaphors have produced overly combative policies on emerging tech.