Researchers say they were three times more likely to encounter extremist videos in search results than videos that counter the propaganda
Yes, you should probably delete Instagram, says author Catherine Price
Together, they're responsible for the personal data of at least 50 million people being used without consent
"Japan is a strange, exotic and quirky place" -- but that's not the only reason it's on the leading edge of a robot revolution
Smart toys are popular holiday gifts, but consumer watchdogs are warning about the risks they pose to children's privacy
New technology called CRISPR has opened the floodgates of DNA hacking. But how many people, if any, should be allowed play God?
"Star Trek'"s tricorder? Now, there are CT scans, MRIs and ultrasounds
Scientists hope building simulated oceans and 3D computer-generated coral can help them preserve a natural wonder
Accelerating sea level rise means the islanders of Kiribati face homelessness, sooner rather than later
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Facing a severe population decline as its people shun reproduction, Japan is turning to robots to address the shortfall
Earth is in the midst of the sixth mass extinction in the planet's history, researchers warn in a new, big-picture report
Jaguar's gorgeous convertible is electrifying on the inside, too
Authorities warn the public to stay away from the toxic steam cloud, which is formed by a chemical reaction when lava touches seawater
Businesses from pizza parlors to airlines across the EU are rushing to comply with the new GDPR by May 25
A Cygnus cargo ship loaded with supplies for the ISS lifted off from NASA's Wallop's Flight Facility in Virginia this morning
"We have taken action to close one of our servers to the public and begun alerting customers that could potentially be impacted," a TeenSafe spokesperson said
On the Galápagos Islands, some of the world's most unusual species are in a race against time
Hawaii volcano eruption comes after more than a dozen fissures recently opened, spewing lava into neighborhoods
Big Island residents with breathing problems warned to stay indoors as first responders pulled back over sulphur dioxide threat
An online audio clip is puzzling people worldwide. Do you hear "Yanny" or "Laurel" -- and why do some people hear it differently?
"This is the first time that we've used observations from multiple satellites in a thorough assessment of how freshwater availability is changing, everywhere on Earth"
Twitter data shows 47 percent of people on that site hear "Yanny," and 53 percent hear "Laurel"
Net neutrality required equal treatment for web traffic, preventing internet providers from blocking websites or slowing traffic, or speeding internet access for companies that paid more. The FCC in 2017 voted to undo the rules
"It's the most surprising and unexpected observation I've made in my 27 years" of measurements, said Stephen Montzka, lead author of a new study
Twelve states in the U.S. have active volcanoes, according to United States Geological Survey
The whistleblower provided new details into the firm's controversial research and practice of voter suppression and "psychological profiling"
The announcement was made just two days after Facebook's CEO declined to meet with the U.K.'s Parliament
It's unusual, but there are critters that bleed different colors of the rainbow besides red
After getting called out by U.K. news site, retailing giant says it is no longer selling items poking fun at disorders
New study aims to determine the "optimal age" of puppy cuteness
White House cybersecurity position left open when Rob Joyce, President Trump's first coordinator, said he was leaving
The chief of the cloud computing company says there's a "crisis of trust" in the tech industry