Innovation Bill Gates says he’s making a big bet on clean-energy technology because poor people will be the ones most affected by climate change even though it's not their fault. Gates has already invested
Weird Science Ground-penetrating radar is helping archaeologists locate the buried remains of the Great Synagogue of Vilna in Lithuania, a Jewish place of worship that was destroyed by the Nazis during
Better for surveillance... and not crashing into each other Tiny insect drones could be useful for disaster-area surveillance or delivering supplies to people in accessible places. But the technology still
While Apple generally puts a lot of effort into making sure that Macs remain virus-free and secure, a duo of researchers, Xeno Kovah and Trammell Hudson, have discovered that many PC firmware vulnerabilities
Security As cybercrime becomes a growing problem for law enforcement bodies around the world, Interpol is training police officers in the methods criminals use to avoid detection in the hidden parts of
American drivers want to get noticed again. SUVs and luxury vehicles are selling fast, defying recession-era predictions that Americans would downsize and stop flaunting their wealth. Luxury sales were
The radical "Jurassic World" we didn't get to see: When "starting from scratch" means "starting from white"
Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson in "Jurassic World" (Universal Pictures) August 4, 2015 6:13AM (UTC) Universal Studios recently announced a release date for the inevitable "Jurassic World" sequel, just days
In its 200-page IPO filing Thursday, Fitbit confirmed its leading edge in the fitness-tracker industry: It sold nearly 11 million devices and generated $745.4 million in revenue last year alone. But as
News of pay-per-view's death is greatly exaggerated Despite its billing as the mega-fight everyone had been waiting for, last Saturday’s boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao was decidedly
Notice some familiar faces popping up in Facebook's "People You May Know" section? Well, there's a reason for that. Zuckerberg & Co. recently began serving up suggestions for prospective connections based
Let the battle for privacy begin A man in Fairfax, Virginia is suing the local police department for indiscriminately scanning citizens' license plates and storing that information in massive databases.