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Tue, Apr 21, 2015 10:36 AM
Hidden, anonymous underbelly to the Internet is home to rogues, political activists, criminals and hackers, and can't be found using search engines.
The famed physicist has a grim outlook on humanity's chances to survive.
When the weather outside is frightful (including very hot), battery car performance suffers.
Lost among the cat clips are the many tutorials that offer a convenient way to figure out something new.
The machine stored memories from the games it played and learned from them to improve its own performance to the point that it could score 75 percent of the human score.
The latest agricultural technology is helping farmers boost productivity and profits.
In some parts of Cambodia, a gas-powered rail platform called a norry can haul just about anything.
Researchers thought the mummy even had some intact lung tissue, but it turned out to be tiny scraps of paper with Chinese text.
Cars don't kill pedestrians; people driving cars kill pedestrians. Change the words and it becomes much more ominous — and we might actually change our behavior.
A fleet of 100 autonomous cars will be hitting the roads in 2017.
There are ways to plan a flight around potentially severe turbulence — and keep the skies friendly.
Forget about storing information on hard drives or the cloud. Soon, everything may be stored in DNA.
Scientists hope to learn something about dark matter and build on the discovery of the Higgs boson.
Billy Durant built the GM empire, got kicked out, crawled his way back in, then got booted again.
Soaring, crashing and giddy laughter were all part of the fun with the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+.
FAA's proposed rules on commercial operation of drones gives flexibility to photographers and hobbyists but does not address aerial delivery services.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.