Samsung poised to roll out new phones amid a lull in smartphone innovation.
Report: Thermo Fisher Scientific says it will stop selling genetic sequencers in China's Muslim region of Xinjiang following criticism its products were used for surveillance.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian pushes hard for paid parental leave in the US.
The Trump administration is exploring the idea of a special committee to look at climate change and security risks, with the effort being coordinated by a 79-year-old physicist who rejects mainstream climate science.
Arizona water officials say the state won't have all the pieces of a Colorado River drought plan wrapped up by a March 4 deadline set by the federal government.
A climate scientist who popularized the term "global warming" has died.
And now for the weather on Mars: NASA's newest lander is providing daily reports online.
Neptune's newest and tiniest moon is probably an ancient fragment of a vastly larger nearby moon.
A prominent American economist says there are "very few" people who still doubt climate change.
President Donald Trump is moving closer toward his goal of creating a Space Force, but it won't begin as a separate military branch as the president envisioned.
A living member of species of tortoise not seen in more than 110 years and feared to be extinct has been found in a remote part of the Galapagos island of Fernandina.
Brothers at the center of the investigation into a reported attack on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett are bodybuilders with an online following who have dabbled in acting and at least one failed business venture, according to reports and social media posts.
Researchers have discovered a group of rare owls thriving in a nature preserve near Los Angeles International Airport.
UK cybersecurity chief says government oversight of Huawei proves its worth in flagging problems.
Microsoft detects hacking attacks aimed at European democracy groups ahead of May elections.
Exposed Chinese database with names, birthdates, employers and even last places visited shows depth of surveillance state and expanded use of facial recognition.
A Wisconsin appeals court has ruled that a judge created at least the appearance of bias by Facebook friending a woman whose child custody case he was hearing.
A Northern California college student is facing felony charges for allegedly creating an iPhone app he dubbed the Banana Plug to sell illicit drugs.
A Thai court has accepted a U.S. request that a Russian man who allegedly was part of a gang that stole millions of dollars online from bank accounts be extradited to the United States, but the suspect could end up in Russia anyway.
Driver hurt by shrapnel from ARC air bag inflator, prompting GM recall as nearly 4-year-old federal investigation continues.
Israeli nonprofit says it'll launch what it hopes will be first private spacecraft to land on the moon this week.
U.S. stock indexes edged higher in early trading Wednesday, extending modest gains from a day earlier, as investors reviewed the latest batch of company earnings reports.
Khloe Kardashian bestie Malika Haqq has proven a fierce wing woman to bestie Khloe Kardashian among fresh Tristan Thompson cheating reports.
China accuses Washington of trying to block industry development after Pence calls Huawei and other telecom suppliers a security threat.
Scientists find that a NASA astronaut who spent nearly a year in space had his immune system go on high alert.
Emergency management officials in South Carolina say they are preparing both for more massive floods like the state has seen in three of the past four years and smaller, but still destructive deluges.
The European Union has reached a tentative agreement on the first specific EU standards for trucks to get polluting CO2 levels down.
Trump says he wants to see North Korea eventually give up its nuclear weapons program, but he's in no rush.
Samsung has unveiled a highly anticipated, but expensive, smartphone with a foldable screen.
New Zealand's government has announced plans for a new tax targeting online giants like Google and Facebook that earn plenty of money in the country but pay little tax.
Twitter tightening up rules for European Union political ads ahead of spring elections.
A new congressional report says senior White House officials pushed a project to share nuclear power technology with Saudi Arabia despite the objections of ethics and national security officials.
A top Census Bureau official says an internal agency team found that basic personal information collected from more than 100 million Americans during the 2010 head count could be reconstructed from encrypted data _ but with lots of mistakes.
An eastern Chinese province plans to ban teachers from assigning homework to be completed on cellphone apps as part of efforts to preserve students' eyesight.
A court has rejected a lawsuit against the mayor of Berlin by the far-right Alternative for Germany party, which accused him of unlawful, one-sided support of a protest against it.