Vibrating utensils won't stop you from stuffing your face
A new Dutch study shows that we like to eat, even when a gadget tells us not to.
Alphabet starts collecting health info to better predict disease
Verily's study will use its health-tracking watch to spot early signs of illness.
Most of us are using our phones while driving
Even though we all know we shouldn't.
Survey says: Political polarization isn't the internet's fault
A study says hyper-partisanship is more common among older people who barely use the internet.
Your phone's motion sensors can give away PINs and passwords
Apparently, hackers can decipher your passwords by the way the phone moves as you type.
Man-made global warming makes droughts and floods more likely
A study connects human activities to extreme weather events.
Climate change could make future flights a lot rougher
Turbulence could double or triple later this century.
Hard drives of the future could be made of DNA
Scientists have discovered how to fit the maximum amount of data in a single nucleotide.
Implants enable richer communication for people with paralysis
New brain-computer interface technology delivers faster and more accurate typing.