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A bad code update allowed anyone to easily reveal which accounts posted to Facebook Pages—including celebrities and politicians—for several hours.
A company in Miami called Smardii is developing a new smart diaper that will monitor for the presence of urine and stool to help keep both senior citizens and infants clean and keep caregivers informed.
A group of new astronauts join NASA under the Artemis program and could be the first to step on Mars
It's been more than two years in the making, but 13 astronauts have finally joined NASA under the mission that will bring the first female to the moon and some may be the first humans to step on Mars.
The game's developers say it would require “a huge amount of work.”
Mark Zuckerberg promised default end-to-end encryption throughout Facebook's platforms. Nearly a year later, Messenger's not even close.
Amazon is urging users to uninstall Honey, the free shopping aid that automatically finds and applies coupon codes when users shop online, claiming the platform is a 'security risk'.
Teenagers who own cell phones in Vermont could become outlaws if new bill introduced into the state senate is passed, which would outlaw cell use for anyone under 21, punishable by $1,000 fine.
From hand-free vibrators to live sperm cams and a 'Build-a-Vibe' booth, sex tech turned up the heat at CES this year after being banned from attended - and they could come back even bigger in 2021.
Leaked images of the supposed iPhone SE 2 or 'iPhone 9' show a device with a 4.7-inch display just the iPhone 8, which Apple released nearly two-and-a-half years ago.
Researcher Iain Kerr was on a boat, covered in whale snot, when the idea hit him: Why not hack a drone to fly into whale snot instead?
This new type of battery can be cut, bent, soaked, shot, and lit on fire—and it still powers up just fine.
Researchers spotted more than 20 species in areas around the disabled Fukushima Daichii reactor, including wild boar, macaques and fox-like raccoon dogs.
A new wireless payment system in the New York City subway appears to be causing some commuters to be double charged as they pass through the turnstiles for their morning commute.
Two more companies recalled their ranitidine drugs, generic forms of Zantac, over concerns they may contain a carcinogenic substance.
Yes, CES is over. But these looping GIFs will help you stay there forever.
The British meat free food producer is the first major brand to announce it will include third party verified carbon footprint details on its products.
The two enormous blunders by ex-fighter pilot ace Hermann Goering, who led the assault, crippled the Nazi effort and helped Britain and the RAF defeat the Nazi's and their Luftwaffe.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) revealed the vulnerability could allowed criminals to seize total control of the browser.
Hummingbirds owe their famous iridescent plumage to 'pancake-like' cells in their feathers, according to new research, which reflect a rainbow-like array of light just like shimmers off a soap bubble.
Or even mass from the comfort of your driver's seat. No matter your lifestyle, there’s a way for you to convene with God in America.