Virtual exercise is more immersive, dynamic, and—mercifully—distracting than a traditional treadmill or stationary bike.
Despite its Olympics diplomacy towards the South, the Kim regime is still engaged in brazen cybercrime targeting its neighbor.
Mystro gives ride-share drivers more leverage and says it can increase drivers' earnings by 30 percent.
The latest budget proposal halves the federal government’s Amtrak commitment—including funding for a safer braking system.
Kim Wall went for a ride on a submarine, hoping to write a story about a maker of "extreme machines." She never did. I needed to know what happened.
Quinn Norton was hired by the paper of record to write about “the power, culture and consequences of technology.” Then those consequences kicked in.
Can a computer spot deepfakes? The GIF website Gfycat says it can.
The Congressional Task Force on Election Security announced extensive recommendations for strengthening defense. But most of them won't happen any time soon.
The actor who plays Erik Killmonger in the new Marvel movie knows a lot of T'Challa trivia.
Just 40 miles north of Pyeongchang lies one the world's most dangerous places—and it's also home to an astonishing breadth of wildlife.
Some lights claim they max out at 900 lumens, but you can use a light sensor to make sure for yourself.
The White House's proposal might work for wealthier urban areas, but offers little help for cash-poor locales.
Today’s update makes the image-saving service an even more capable productivity tool.
After more than a century, engineers are still finding ways to squeeze more power from less fuel.
Equally notable are the experts Facebook did not consult: Two large nonprofits say they weren’t informed about the app until weeks or days before its debut.
When it comes to space, China has always come in third place. But a new partnership with Luxembourg might launch it into orbit.
Rachel Morrison is the first female cinematographer to be nominated for an Academy Award—and continues to blaze a trail.
In a Senate hearing Tuesday, the heads of the three-letter intelligence agencies detailed their greatest concerns.
Environmental scientists are using their models to pit drones against delivery trucks.
Figuring out the Mississippi’s hydrodynamics matters so much that Louisiana has dropped $18 million on a 10,800-square-foot model of Big Muddy’s sinuous meanders.