The first episode of CBS's forthcoming Supergirl series has leaked online a full six months before it was scheduled to air.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station don't need to flick on the TV to help them fall asleep at night.
Now that the Senate has voted down the USA Freedom Act and the NSA is preparing to dismantle its bulk surveillance programs, you might be feeling pretty good.
Instagram is getting on board with email. The popular social network started sending out "highlights" emails to some of its users this month.
After a late Senate vote after midnight on Friday, the NSA is starting to take moves to shut down its bulk surveillance programs.
Now that Showtime's Twin Peaks reboot is back on with David Lynch once again at the helm, we've got a little breathing room for nostalgia.
Yesterday, SpaceX released footage of a May 6th pad abort test for its Crew Dragon spacecraft. The video is filmed from the point-of-view of an astronaut inside the rocket — the rocket that accelerates from zero to 100 mph in 1.2 seconds, that is.
After years of operating in a legal gray area, domestic drone use is starting to amass a number of official rules and guidelines.
One of the most famous glitches in gaming history is getting its very own video game. Pac-Man's level 256 glitch is returning as a "menacing supervillain" in a new mobile game from the makers of Crossy Road.
Sometimes reality can be just as stunning as the movies. That's certainly the case with this latest video from NASA.
A Canadian teen has pleaded guilty to 12 charges this week related to online harassment and "swatting" families across the US and Canada in 2013 and 2014.
The world was never graced with a Star Trek spinoff series devoted to commander William Riker's escapades, but one YouTuber is giving us a tantalizing taste of what could have been.
The Obama administration proposed new laws this week that would protect birds from threats like oil wells, gas flares, and power lines.
Earlier this week, Apple cut the price of its beautiful Retina 5K iMac by $200, but Best Buy is where you'll want to go if you're looking for the best deal on the new all-in-one.
Water regulators in California this week approved a deal set forth by farmers in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta who voluntarily agreed to cut their water usage this upcoming season.
Hello fellow weekend-goers, and welcome back to The Weekender. This week, we learned what it was like to be a child research subject, we rode in an IndyCar, and we went to the talent competition Eurovision.
In a midnight session, the Senate has voted down the USA Freedom Act, putting one of the legal bedrocks of the NSA's bulk surveillance programs into jeopardy.
Uber promises big things for its drivers, from plenty of work to flexible hours, and even discounts on vehicles that can be used when drivers aren't on the clock.
Every now and then, BMW releases a concept car that is the design team's way of honoring its classic models.
Evidently relying on the old adage "If you want something done right, do it yourself," Elon Musk is now a school founder. In a recent interview on Beijing Television, the Tesla founder revealed that he opened a school, called Ad Astra, last year for his five children.