Archaeologists scanning a Mexican pyramid for damage following September's devastating earthquake have uncovered traces of an ancient temple.
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The color of bubble gum, flamingos and cotton candy -- bright pink -- is the world's oldest color, according to a recent study.
Google has confirmed that private Gmail messages can sometimes be read by staff at external companies.
An experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the International Space Station (ISS) on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
We often get asked questions from urban planners, policymakers and real estate professionals asking how they should prepare for the future of mobility today.
For one minute and ten seconds on Tuesday, I worked in a trendy hummus shop and took a reservation from a guy who punctuated his sentences with "awesome" and "um."
The UK's National Museum of Computing has expanded its exhibits celebrating the UK's wartime code-breakers and the machines used to crack German ciphers.
Scientists have created pigs that are immune to one of the world's costliest livestock diseases.
On a stage in San Francisco, IBM’s Project Debater spoke, listened and rebutted a human’s arguments in what was described as a groundbreaking display of artificial intelligence.
With the number of high-profile hacks growing, some cybersecurity experts are thinking of new and creative ways to stop these attacks. One example: don't stop them at all. Set a trap.