Koko the gorilla uses sign language to speak to the planet
85% of male smallmouth bass surveyed in a region have "characteristics of the opposite sex"
As technology comes of age, headset makers, media companies grapple with potential side effects
Vocativ data analysis documents the substantial and continuing influence of The Drudge Report
44-year-old gorilla has been learning sign language since she was one
In the end, it came down to sound logic for the warfighters. These were not the dogs of war you're looking for
"To scientists, this is of greater value than an Olympic gold medal"
Barriers at rail and tube stations opened by staff after Oyster card swipe machines fail to work throughout the network
The law gives a search engine three to ten days to fulfill a user’s request
Here's a wrap-up of what really went down on the dark web over the past 12 months
The reported attack hit a wide range of BBC websites and also affected the iPlayer and iPlayer Radio services
“We’re glad that we’ve been able to reach an agreement with Twitter to bring it back online both in the US and internationally"
British propaganda outfit pushes blanketing desert in solar panels as solution to climate change
Mars has usable resources such as water ice that could help sustain future expeditionary crews on short missions
A giant squid was seen in shallow coastal waters off coast of Japan
A growing list of freakish disasters
The machines may soon know more about us than we know about ourselves
Can you stop them from flying it over your house?
Rules to protect the independence of the internet and the privacy of its users
Technicians in Canada and the U.S. report "sightings" of a sleigh full of toys pulled by flying reindeer
Many have speculated that such collisions are behind X-ray and gamma-ray bursts
The not-so-safe "self-driving" car
Big cable companies have said they'll be able to make up for lost TV revenue by charging more for broadband Internet connections...
The gravity of a massive object magnifies light sources in just the right place behind it and may distort or split their images
Researchers developed software that uses variations in radio signals to recognize human silhouettes through walls and track their movements
'Robot reindeer' lead Santa's sleigh in Boston Dynamics Christmas video
Schmidt praises the promise of AI, but warns it “will require the right approach”
Regions of space where gas settles into an orbiting disk
Anthropologists say religious ties did not bind early societies together as had previously been thought
"We know that genetics plays a major role in intelligence but until now haven't known which genes are relevant..."