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Yeast gives us beer and bread. Now researchers have engineered it to do something more improbable: manufacturing the cannabis compounds CBD and THC.
Business email compromise attacks are increasingly targeting nonprofits, and bilking them for iTunes gift cards.
The actor helped Regina King up some stairs at the Oscars. Why is the internet praising him for doing the bare minimum?
Michael Cohen's testimony before the House Oversight committee tells a new story about Trump and Russia.
US Cyber Command's takedown of the Internet Research Agency's network may be more about signaling than immediate effects.
Despite coming from a great developer, the game is a big disappointment.
This simple and attractive GPS-enabled tracker is the best way to keep tabs on your pets and kids.
All that neatly sorted plastic, paper, and glass used to go to China. Now a lot of it is just getting burned instead.
Big telecom networks and platforms such as Google and Facebook are centralizing the internet, former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler says.
Etsy is pledging to completely offset its shipping emissions, and its CEO says that the rest of the industry can afford to follow Etsy's lead.
Uber Eats, GrubHub, and DoorDash are battling to be the delivery service of choice for restaurant meals. Knowing the cooking time of pad thai could make the difference.
The astronaut shares the moments that changed his life, from his boyhood adventures to the rattling spacewalk during which he found himself going blind.
On Wednesday morning, the former Trump fixer will appear before the House Oversight Committee to share everything he knows about Trump's business practices.
Do not get between gannets and their fish.
But the movie may not need it.
The regulator launches a new task force to monitor competition in the tech industry, but some antitrust advocates say it's just window dressing.
New research shows how nearby attackers can see where you are, send you spoofed carrier messages, and more.
The mobile showcase in Spain set the table for this year's biggest phone trends.
Researchers point a tough-to-fix in some cloud computing setups: hackable firmware.
To save two dozen people from an exploding building, Quicksilver must have moved at roughly 280 km/s—if you believe speed is in fact his superpower.