The Trump administration's new sanctions on Russia are casting light on the threat posed to the undersea cables that carry the world's electronic communications between continents.
The professor was incredulous.
There are enough seismometers around these days to detect and locate nearly all earthquakes on land, except the most minuscule ones.
IBM researchers have developed a system that translates offensive comments on social media into more polite language, while keeping the content intact.
The marine division of Rolls-Royce has introduced a situational awareness and intelligence system to reduce the risk of ferry collisions and night-time groundings.
Between last year and this year, the number of students taking the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles exam increased by about 50%.
Researchers have developed an ultra-high-frequency radio-frequency identification tag-sensor configuration that senses spikes in glucose and wirelessly transmits that information.
Self-learning software can predict actions five minutes into the future by first learning typical sequences of events from video footage, and then predicting actions to follow in new situations.
Since China banned fireworks across more than 400 cities to reduce pollution, a new entertainment has emerged to fill the skies: drone swarms.
Ice losses from Antarctica have tripled since 2012, increasing global sea levels by 0.12 inch (3 millimeters) in that timeframe alone, according to a major new international climate assessment funded by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA).
One of the most significant scientific developments of recent times has been the five separate observations of the elusive ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves.
The world's largest navy explores the use of additive manufacturing for spare parts, with an eye toward eventually building ships that way.
A new transmitter can hack-proof wireless data by frequency hopping each individual 1 or 0 bit of a data packet, every microsecond.
University of Illinois researchers have developed an algorithm that combines high-resolution and high-frequency satellite data into one integrated product.
The International Society for Technology and Education is developing new computer science education standards.
Engineers have enabled teamwork between unmanned aerial vehicles.
An enormous dust storm is blanketing much of Mars, blocking the sunlight that NASA's 15-year-old Opportunity rover needs to survive.
The camera perched above the bus stop sends back a continuous feed from the corner of 16th Avenue and South 18th Street in Newark's West Ward.
University of Colorado, Boulder researchers have developed a cyberbullying identification technique that blends multiple computing tools.