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There’s now an app to hail a self-driving taxi. We’ll look behind the wheel at the technology and safety concerns.
The New York City Police Department says the new drones will help with hostage situations, search and rescue operations and more.
A new study by Microsoft reveals that the number of Americans who lack broadband internet access far exceeds the federal government's estimate.
The retail giant is now the third-biggest player in digital advertising, behind Google and Facebook.
The blogging platform Tumblr announced it's removing all pornographic content on its site starting Dec. 17.
"Fortnite" — some call the popular video game addictive. It's got everyone from kids to professional athletes hooked.
The next space race to the moon will feature a competition among private companies -- including Cambridge-based Draper. And over $2 billion in contracts is on the table.
NASA’s InSight lander is settling in for the long assignment of exploring the geology of Mars. Will its findings one day rock our world?
People you know are getting paid to push products on social media. We’ll look at the rise of nano-influencers.
Investigators say the Boeing 737 Max plane that killed 189 people when it crashed into the Java Sea in October had sensor issues that were known before takeoff.
Facebook in the hot seat — again. Lawmakers from around the world grill a top executive over its role in election meddling and spreading disinformation.
Kara Swisher of Recode discusses why Sandberg seems to be getting more blame for recent missteps than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The probe has already started sending back photos from the red planet, and will soon begin monitoring seismic activity.
Feng Zhang, a biological engineer at the Broad Institute, says he has major concerns about the gene editing technique a Chinese scientist says he used on human embryos.
Lab meat may sound like mad science, but researchers are exploring how cultured meat could mitigate the meat industry's effects on the climate and animals.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson can't say he's ever bought anything after seeing an ad in his Instagram feed — but he says he's come very, very close.
To mark the Thanksgiving holiday, Radio Boston has a special hour on the science, history, and technology behind some of American's favorite foods.
The scientist behind the plane says the approach might be used in airplane-like drones that perform tasks like environmental monitoring and surveillance.
Executives like Apple CEO Tim Cook are upping the criticism of Mark Zuckerberg's beleaguered company.
With climate change threatening our food systems, innovators around the world, including here in Massachusetts, are turning to tech to find new ways to farm.