Space agency declares the astronomy satellite a loss
Mexican authorities say all 87 million voters’ addresses and other details were left open to public view without a password
Third European Union flagship will be similar in size and ambition to graphene and human brain initiatives
Eventually, and inevitably, the carmakers will have to take the blame
The social media giant is introducing chatbots to help advertisers reach Messenger’s 900 million users
What really happens on the Animal internet
A robot that follows commands without question could put humans in danger
High-profile physicists and philosophers gathered to debate whether we are real or virtual—and what it means either way
A cyber security firm has uncovered a flaw that could allow hackers to attack and take over computers using a wireless mouse connection. Ben Gruber reports.
Why your intelligence has nothing to do with using technology
Researchers have created what they call the first "programming language" for cells, which compiles code into a genetic circuit. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Scientists are helping to stop antisocial behaviour in the world's most popular online game. The next stop could be a kinder Internet
With 3.5 million records already compromised in 2016, the health care industry has averaged close to four data breaches per week
Tech doesn't have to be confusing. Some simple changes could make digital media easier to use
This Digital Life is a custom series from Scientific American exploring how new technology is shaping the ways in which we work, love, play and heal. This installment features our romantic lives...
Become part of a global virtual supercomputer modeling and analyzing vulnerabilities in the tuberculosis bacterium...
Photogrammetry highlights features of the English king's skeleton and resting place
Many vital public institutions such as hospitals and fire stations lack cybersecurity to ward off popular malware
Psychiatrists are looking to sophisticated computational tools that may be able to disentangle the intricacies of mental illness and improve treatment decisions
As a leading go player falls to a machine, artificial intelligence takes a decisive step on the road to overtaking the natural variety