USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Zuckerberg says he's not running for office
Mark Zuckerberg gave a very political answer to convince people he doesnt want to become a politician. Ryan Sartor (@ryansartor) has that story.
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Amazon's no-checkout grocery headed to Europe
The company has trademarked the phrase 'No Queue. No Checkout' in the United Kingdom
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
NASA orders spacewalk for repairs at space station
Astronauts aboard international space station will replace a data relay box that failed May 20, 2017.
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Make fruit-infused water at home with this Amazon lightning deal
Amazons lightning deal on this infuser water bottle is the perfect reason to try making your own infused water.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Scientists explain bacteria's sense of smell
How does bacteria sense the world around them? New research suggests one of bacteria's sensory mechanisms operates like an olfactory system.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Whales, seals and dolphins followed a similar evolutionary path from land to sea
New research shows whales, seals and dolphins followed similar evolutionary patterns during their journey from land to sea.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Model predicts presence of naked singularity in 4D space
A new computer model predicts the possibility of naked singularities in four-dimensional space, challenging Einstein's general theory of relativity.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Glitzy corporate digs don't always pan out
Steve Jobs' last great product is on vivid display on 175 acres here a living, breathing testament to his vision for a space-age campus
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
What a potential T-Mobile-Sprint merger means for you
Here's how a deal between the third and fourth-largest carrier could affect cell-phone users and prices
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Sweden puts entire country up on Airbnb
The tongue-in-cheek listing is a nod to Sweden's long-time "Right to Roam" laws.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
#TalkingTech in Japan - visits Line Corp.
Line Corp. is the most popular app in Japan--and #TalkingTech pays a visit to find out why it's so popular. With Jefferson Graham.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Bitcoin hits record $2,000 and rising
Inflation worries and more global acceptance offset setbacks like a proposed ETF.
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
This bagel is made of coffeeCan it replace your morning cup?
The best part of waking up is a cup... in your bagel.
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
'Red Dead Redemption 2' delayed until 2018
Western themed video game from makers of 'Grand Theft Auto' originally slated to launch this fall.
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Rocket Lab delays debut of new launcher to dodge bad weather
Rocket Lab, a company eyeing a market to launch small satellites, said Monday that bad weather at its privately-operated launch base on New Zealand's North Island kept a commercial Electron booster ...
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
NASAs Cassini spacecraft aims to skirt Saturns innermost ring
Fresh off its fifth passage through a gap between Saturn's atmosphere and rings, NASA's robotic Cassini spacecraft is looping toward a close brush with the planet's innermost ring next week, when the ...
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Watch live: Hurriedly planned contingency spacewalk on tap Tuesday
Space station commander Peggy Whitson and astronaut Jack Fischer are set for a two-and-a-half hour spacewalk Tuesday, a quickly-planned excursion to replace a recently installed external computer ...
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Freeze-dried sperm stored in space passes fertility test
It might be possible for animals and humans to reproduce beyond Earth, Japanese researchers said Monday.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Human-chimp split occurred in the Mediterranean, not East Africa, researchers argue
The earliest human-chimp ancestor -- the first pre-human species -- originated in the Mediterranean, not Africa, say researchers at the University of Toronto.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
His life got weird after saving the Internet: ransomware hero Marcus Hutchins
British tabloid reporters called his friends, staked out his house and generally harassed the 22-year cybersecurity expert.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Microsoft refreshes Surface Pro but now charges $100 for Pen
Microsoft is marketing the Surface Pro as a laptop but you'll have to spring for accessories
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Apple really wants those Android owners for its iPhone
New page on Apple's site attempts to woo owners of Android devices.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Amazon's Alexa can do a lot more than you think
The list of products, services, and apps that Alexa can communicate with gets larger every day.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
If you can't afford a MacBook Pro, get this luxurious HP instead
The 15-inch version of HP's latest Spectre X360 laptop has a lot of great things going for it.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Amazon Prime will now let you watch TV live
Amazon Prime will now let you watch TV live. People will be able to subscribe to a number of popular channels, but to get access to live TV, subscribers will have to pay an extra fee.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Rare tooth suggests horned dinosaurs once roamed eastern U.S.
Paleontologists have discovered a rare dinosaur tooth in Mississippi, proof that horned dinosaurs roamed eastern North America some 66 million years ago.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Manchester bombing spurs fake victim posts on Twitter
Social media users shared hoax collages of alleged victims of the concert bombing, a form of trolling.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
The best-selling SodaStream is 38% off on Amazon right now
You can get a SodaStream sparkling water maker from Amazon at a major discount and start making healthy alternatives to soda at home.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Don't ignore these signs that your appliances are about to die
Wouldnt it be great to know exactly when your appliances are about to fail?
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Nearly half of retail jobs could be automated in the next 10 years
According to a new study retail is going to be increasingly automated in the very near future.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Apple's worth more than Chicago
Chicagos a major American city, the 3rd largest when it comes to population and real economic value. But the windy city actually falls short compared to one of the biggest tech companies in the ...
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Trumps NASA budget request reduces Earth science, eliminates education office
The Trump administration's fiscal 2018 budget request includes $19.1 billion for NASA, a $561 million decrease over previously enacted levels that would reduce the number of Earth science missions, ...
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Astronauts replace failed computer in short spacewalk
After a bit of a struggle with a balky bolt, space station commander Peggy Whitson replaced a failed external computer during a short, hurriedly planned spacewalk Tuesday while crewmate Jack Fischer ... - 14 hours ago
'Alien' Director Challenges Actors Like a Xenomorph, Star Says asked the cast of Ridley Scott's new sci-fi horror film "Alien: Covenant" how they prepared for roles in which they have to put themselves in the shoes of superhumans in distress. - 14 hours ago
In Nat Geo's 'Genius,' Visualize Einstein's Theory of Relativity
After struggling for years to be recognized for his controversial scientific ideas, Albert Einstein finally reaches science celebrity status in Chapter 5 of "Genius," which airs tonight on the ...
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Food's nutritional value must be evaluated holistically, scientists argue
Scientists argue a food's nutritional value isn't simply the sum of its nutritional parts. The health qualities of food must be evaluated holistically.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Popular artificial sweetener also works as pesticide and insect birth control
According to a new study, a popular artificial sweetener could double as a pesticide and birth control for insects.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Study reveals new gravitational wave features
New research suggests LIGO and similar gravitational wave detectors can "hear" gravitational waves that scientists previously believed were invisible.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Line, the Facebook of Japan, plans to launch Siri like digital assistant
The dominant messaging app in Japan is known for its stickers, and soon, artificial intelligence named Clova.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
A 5G iPhone? Apple files FCC application for tests
Apple appears to be in the very early stages of readying a 5G-capable iPhone.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Why iPhone users are more loyal than Android users
When it comes to who's more loyal between iPhone and Android users, we have a clear winner as more people prefer to stick with their iPhones in the next 12 months, according to Morgan Stanley.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Google helps advertisers track spending in physical stores
Google already monitors online shopping and now it's keeping an eye on physical stores to try to sell more digital advertising.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Sea level rise accelerating nearly 3x faster than during 20th century
Sea-level rise, one of the planet's most dire side effects of man-made global warming, is accelerating, according to a new study.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
This palm-sized umbrella from our favorite brand is 20% off right now
The Davek Mini umbrella is small enough to fit in your pocket, but strong enough to keep you dry in the rain, and right now it's $10 off.
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Budget proposal puts NASA satellite servicing mission in doubt
NASA plans to shelve a robotic demonstration mission to refuel an aging Landsat Earth-imaging observatory and join forces with the private sector and a U. - 14 hours ago
Why Occam's Razor Doesn't Apply to Physics
According to astrophysicist and educator Ethan Siegel, this modus operandi of Occam's razor does not often suit the complicated world of physics. - 14 hours ago
Your Smartphone Could be Your Ticket to Space If Space Nation Takes Flight
Space Nation, the Finnish startup seeking to pave the way for the transition of humanity into space, announced plans May 16 to conduct experiments on the International Space Station. - 14 hours ago
Opportunity Knocks! Farthest-Driving Mars Rover Explores Eroded Valley
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity has reached its next destination a valley called Perseverance, where the long-lived robot will scour the surface for clues about how the vast crevice formed. - 14 hours ago
NASA's Acting Chief Is Upbeat About Proposed $19.1 Billion Budget in 2018
NASA's acting administrator, Robert Lightfoot, maintained a positive tone today (May 23) while discussing the agency's 2018 budget estimate, which grapples with a 0. - 14 hours ago
Roger Moore, Who Took James Bond to Space, Dies at 89
During his prolific film career, Moore starred in seven James Bond films between 1973 and 1985. But for space fans, it was Moore's turn as secret agent 007 in 1979's "Moonraker" that will live on. - 18 hours ago
Heat Stroke: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
Heat stroke is a very serious medical condition that causes at least 240 deaths in the United States each year. - 18 hours ago
Sweet Therapy: Chocolate May Help Prevent Irregular Heartbeat
Eating a few ounces of chocolate a week may be a sweet way to lower your risk of atrial fibrillation, a new study finds. - 18 hours ago
Tainted Nacho Cheese: Why Botulism Is So Deadly
A botulism outbreak has killed one man and sickened nine other people who ate nacho cheese sauce contaminated with the toxic bacterial protein. - 18 hours ago
Robo-Venus Flytrap Could Help Bots Grasp Objects
The artificial Venus flytrap could give soft robots a way to grasp and release objects autonomously, according to scientists. - 11 hours ago
Less Than 1 Drink Per Day May Raise Your Breast Cancer Risk
Women who can't wait to have their glass of wine at the end of the day, take note: A new report concludes that even one small drink daily can raise a woman's risk of breast cancer.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Yellow crazy ant workers lay eggs for eating
Worker ants don't typically lay eggs. But for the yellow crazy ant, worker-laid eggs are the secret sauce that keeps the colony working on overdrive.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Amazon brings its physical bookstore to New York
Unlike other bookstores, Amazon isnt necessarily relying on the books themselves to keep the business afloat.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
How to check out a book at an Amazon Bookstore without your credit card
You don't even need your credit card to get a book from an Amazon bookstore.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Take a look inside Amazon's physical bookstore
Amazon is now competing with Barnes and Noble in another way via Amazon Books.
USA Today Business - 7 hours ago
Apples gift to schools: Free app development curriculum
Apple is creating a new curriculum designed to teach app development to high school and college students with little to no prior experience in coding.The price: Free. - 19 hours ago
'Orphan Memory' Could Broaden Gravitational Wave Hunt
There might be a new technique coming to study small ripples in space-time. An effect called orphan memory could help the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) search for a ... - 19 hours ago
Solar Eclipse Glasses: Where to Buy the Best, High-Quality Eyewear
Whether you're looking for a new pair of eclipse glasses or you've already purchased some form of eye protection, here's what you need to know to avoid burning your eyes during the solar eclipse. - 19 hours ago
Space Babies: Study Suggest Humans May Be Able to Have Healthy Offspring in Orbit
When we think about the difficulties of colonizing another planet, the last thing we probably worry about about is sex. However, for our species to survive beyond Earth its a fundamental issue. - 18 hours ago
Dragon Ant, Devil Orchid Star in Top 10 Newfound Species
The top 10 highlight global biodiversity as well as a slew of interesting names. - 18 hours ago
Pope Francis Gifts Trump His Encyclical on Climate Change
During a meeting today (May 24) at the Vatican, Pope Francis not only urged President Donald Trump to be a peacemaker, but also brought up the need to protect planet Earth the pope gave the U. - 18 hours ago
Feats of Balance: How Do Flamingos Stand on One Leg?
These birds spend long periods, often asleep, standing on one leg. Is it passive biomechanics or active nervous system control of their muscles that allows them to do easily what's impossible for us? - 18 hours ago
Soft 3D-Printed Robot Is Agile Even on Sand and Rocks
A robot with elaborate, 3D-printed legs is able to walk across different types of surfaces, including sand and pebbles. - 18 hours ago
Hunting Big Game: Why People Kill Animals for Fun
What motivates people to hunt wild animals for pleasure, and to display them as trophies?
United Press International - 11 hours ago
Warm-bloodedness emerged 20 million years earlier than previously thought
Ancient fossils suggest warm-bloodedness emerged 20 to 30 millions of years earlier than previously thought.
United Press International - 11 hours ago
Antarctica's high elevations explains the continent's slower rate of warming
A new study suggests the Antarctica's high elevations explain its slower rate of warming.
United Press International - 11 hours ago
World's thinnest hologram unveiled by Chinese-Australian research team
A team of scientists from China and Australia have created the world's thinnest hologram.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Can money make you sick?
Analysis of microbes living on banknotes collected from hospitals and metro stations in Hong Kong suggest dangerous pathogens can populate on paper money.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
'Dummy caterpillars' reveal global predation patterns
New research suggests predator-prey interactions are more common near the equator than near the poles.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Scientists kill invasive ants with seaweed
Scientists in California have developed an eco-friendly way to battle invasive ants. The new ant bait is made from a seaweed-based hydrogel.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Scientists link ancient ash to volcano more than 3,000 miles away
Researchers in Norway have linked ancient ash recovered from the bottom of an Arctic lake to a volcano more than 3,000 miles away.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Study reveals architecture of the 'second brain,' the enteric nervous system
Researchers hope a survey of the body's enteric nervous system will offer new insights into the nature of common gastrointestinal diseases.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Mushrooms are healthier when grilled or microwaved
Cooking can diminish the nutritional qualities of vegetables. But some methods can preserve healthy contents better than others.
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Astronomers map supermassive black holes in distant universe
By plotting supermassive black holes from the distant universe, researchers have revealed the large-scale of the distant universe.
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Juno spacecraft makes another pass by Jupiter
Making its fifth science pass close to Jupiter's turbulent cloud tops, NASA's Juno spacecraft sailed by the solar system's king planet Friday to collect another treasure trove of data on the giant ...
United Press International - 6 hours ago
Arctic 'doomsday' seed vault suffers breach from permafrost melt
The remote Arctic "doomsday" seed vault that houses some 800,000 crop seeds to be used in the event of a disaster had a water intrusion. The seeds are safe.
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Small satellite launcher set for first orbital test flight this week
The first test flight of Rocket Lab's commercially-developed Electron launcher was held up by weather Sunday, but conditions could improve for a launch attempt Monday from New Zealand to place an ...
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Tompor: FTC declares war on tech support scams
Carolyn Aronson got caught twice by tech-support scams, to the tune of $800.
SpaceFlightNow - 20 hours ago
Photos: Soyuz rocket climbs into space with SES 15
A Soyuz rocket took off from French Guiana on Thursday with the SES 15 communications satellite, a craft heading for an orbit more than 22,000 miles over the equator to provide airborne wifi and ...
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Facebook content guidelines have been leaked
From Harvards student body to global Internet users, Facebook has grown into the worlds leading social networking service. But has it gotten too big for its britches? Its confidential rulebook on ...
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Critical computer failure on the ISS forces space walk
A pair of astronauts will venture outside the International Space Station for an emergency space walk. According to Reuters, astronauts will replace a failed computer, one of two that control major ...
USA Today Business - 15 hours ago
Surf's up: Monstrous 64-foot wave measured in Southern Ocean
The wave was measured by an automated buoy about 400 miles south of New Zealand on Saturday.