There may be water -- a good bit of it -- deep inside the moon.
Cleaning up the nuclear debris around the power plant could take up to 40 years and will cost billions.
An estimated 20,000 people attended the festival, and Niantic is issuing them all ticket refunds.
Lyft's new self-driving car division now joins projects from Uber, Tesla and Waymo.
Experts say U.S. households throw away over 800 pounds of recyclables each year.
Twitter says it's taking 10 times as many actions against abusive accounts as it was last year.
For when you want to visit space, but you don't want to do all that astronaut training.
Musk tweeted Thursday he has "verbal [government] approval" to build an underground hyperloop on the East Coast.
AlphaBay was billed as an anonymous way for buyers and sellers to interact. It used the Tor network designed to encrypt user information.
New research suggests people aren't great at identifying fake still images; researchers warn the problem could get bigger as technology progresses.
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Google's news feed will constantly evolve based on the user.