Most of your Facebook friends couldn't care less about you
It's the same in real life, says the anthropologist behind "Dunbar's number."
Racial discrimination skews Airbnb rentals, study claims
Guests with African-American sounding names are 16-percent less likely to get a room
Study finds most drone incidents occur in prohibited airspace
Drone pilots aren't abiding by the FAA rules.
Doctors grow tumors that roll up like toilet paper
You'll never look at Fruit Roll-Ups the same way again.
Experts say phones need a 'bedtime mode' to fix our sleep
Smartphone displays might be getting brighter, but does that mean better (at least for our health)?
'BioPhone' can do pulse-tracking even when it's in your pocket
This MIT project can use pretty much any phone to measure its owner's breathing and pulse rate
Researchers see evolution working faster than expected (in chickens)
The word "evolution" tends to conjure up images of early hominids dodging predators on the veldt a...
Don't blame your phone for a poor sleep schedule, study finds
You can read this article in bed, no worries.
Most Android phones are vulnerable due to lack of security patches
But Google's own Nexus devices are deemed safest among them all.