A blood vessel grown in a laboratory was implanted into a patient last week, marking a breakthrough in bioengineered human tissues
New plastic cloaks are easier to fabricate and lighter
Take it easy when using social media. The signs of lurking at someone's account are easy to spot
The substance that killed up to 15 people, injured 180 and wrecked the buildings in a five-block radius is the same stuff that makes the beans and barley grow. But not all fertilizers are equally dangerous...
A new protein-based glue can act as a solder that lasers can heat up to patch holes in intestines, cartilage, blood vessels, livers, etcetera more effectively than conventional laser welding...
Chain of command and other personal or company information in these greetings can be useful to people performing social-engineering attacks. Simply write that you'll be "unavailable"
State lawmakers push to pass a bill requiring companies to tell you exactly what personal data they've shared with other companies
The U.S. overall ranks 14th but sliced and diced by state, the U.S. dominates worldwide Internet speeds
The disruptions, centered in western Europe, were largely unnoticed even when occurring. They may prompt a fix for a security flaw in the domain name system underpinning the Internet
Caltech engineers have constructed a new kind of microchip that can learn to heal its own information pathways
Community computers could replace pay phones on the streets of the Big Apple
A computer algorithm works almost as well as a trained linguist in reconstructing how dead "protolanguages" would have sounded
The U.S. State Department, community colleges and--for the first time--a Native American tribal agency, join the Federal Aviation Administration’s drone authorization list
A new class of laser weapons 10 times smaller and lighter than current lasers of similar power could protect U.S. aircraft from ground-based threats
A rocket-powered aircraft, in development at the German Aerospace Center, could carry 50 passengers halfway around the world in 90 minutes
So-called boson-sampling computers could serve as a stopgap until the development of more capable quantum computers
Director Peter Jackson, pioneer of computer-generated battle scene technology, uses high frame rates and 3-D effects, which lead to a few visual gaffes
The federal government plans to increase funding to institutions researching 3-D printing, a technology the White House hopes will boost U.S. manufacturing
An AR-15 assault rifle containing just one 3D printed part broke during resilience tests, impeding any early plans to build a working gun made entirely of printed material
The former software mogul was at a resort in Guatemala, according to geolocation metadata stored in an Internet photograph uploaded Monday