This week saw mounting evidence that stronger statement that the virus can be . Meanwhile, the United States has been setting single-day records for coronavirus cases -- it reported almost 60,000 on Thursday alone, according to The New York Times., a form of transmission the World Health Organization had earlier considered very rare. The agency also made a
On the tech front, President Donald Trump is, , Apple made , and CNET kicked off a from 5G to AI.
Here are week's stories you don't want to miss.
It's the stuff of science fiction: chilling your body inside a stainless steel chamber for years on end. But is cryonics a way to reverse death? Or is it just a pipe dream?
China isn't the only country jockeying for control. The US dominated 4G's expansion and expects to do the same with 5G.
Exclusive: Several emergency services in the US and Canada are embracing the What3words service. One tap on a text message lets you tell them exactly where you are.
In a massive warehouse in New Jersey, Bowery Farming is trying to change the future of agriculture (all while using 90% less water).
The reality is that US and China efforts to develop AI are entwined, even if the tensions of coronavirus and trade disagreements may spur a separation.
Wars aren't fought only on battlefields. Here's the little-known story of the gang of Americans who searched for black gold in the heart of besieged Britain.
Kevin Valdez draws on personal experience to play a neurodiverse character on a new Apple TV Plus show.
Commentary: Today's services are primed to help you figure out where you come from.
Old phones and Star Wars toys aren't the only valuable items people will pay for on eBay, Facebook Marketplace and more.