Commentary: Like the smartphone, smartwatches have matured. So where do they go next?
Corning's new smartphone glass brings improved protection against drops on rough, hard surfaces.
It's got some room for improvement but delivers on the promise of an e-reader you can use to take notes, mark up documents and doodle.
Sam Bankman-Fried is set to speak at 5 p.m. ET/2 p.m. PT Wednesday in NYC.
Maybe we'll see tech that lets you type just by using your brain at 6 p.m. PT.
Changes at the Elon Musk-led Twitter are happening fast.
The beginning of a cosmic buffet spells the end for a distant star.
Detection Mode, Voice Control and AssistiveTouch aid people with disabilities.
The streaming service also releases the top 2022 songs and artists.
BeReal and Apex Legends Mobile are among the winners.
An AI-art generator and a free-to-play shooter top the list.
The huge satellite is bright, in terms of both visible light and radio waves.
Please give an official science welcome to elaliite and elkinstantonite.
Send me your thoughts and prayers.
Nicknamed "Sisyphus," this specimen was incredibly difficult to nudge it out of its ancient resting place.
Changes at the Elon Musk-led Twitter are happening fast. Here's a timeline to keep you up to date.
The cosmic meal flashed with the intensity of 1,000 trillion suns.
Did you know that the kind of plants you have in your bedroom can affect your sleep? Promote better sleep with the one of these best 14 plants.
Bright cosmic fireballs and even "Earth grazers" are on the night sky calendar in coming weeks.
It's never aliens, but at least there's a good explanation.
Are you sure you're connected to your VPN? Microsoft's latest visual cue aims to help you keep an eye on your status while you browse.
At the traveling exhibit Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs, 21st century technology meets Egypt's 19th Dynasty.
It's from the creators of 1899 and it's much, much better.
It's all gone a bit Lost.
This week, try dystopian sci-fi Hot Skull or catch the next season of Firefly Lane.
Huge parts of the show won't make sense if you don't.
Known as the "father of the video game cartridge," Lawson led the team that would create a system that paved the way for several popular video game consoles.
It reportedly won't renew a lease on some office space in Manhattan's Hudson Yards.