Tech & Science
Will Flying Cars Ever Take Off?
Newsweek speaks to the startups working to make autonomous flying taxis a reality.
Throw Out Your Chargers. Smartphones Could Soon Run Forever.
A new technology hopes to make dead batteries a thing of the past.
iPhone 8 Photo 'Leak' Hints at Major Update
Apple may be planning a major redesign on the 10th anniversary of the iPhone.
Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales Believes He Can Fix Fake News With Wikitribune Project
Jimmy Wales is applying Wikipedia's crowdfunded, community-driven model to journalism to combat the spread of fake stories.
Uber Was Almost Kicked Out of the App Store: Report
Uber has gained a reputation for flouting rules and regulations in its quest to overhaul the taxi industry.
Diet Soft Drinks Triple The Risk of Dementia: Study
People who drink the diet drinks daily increase their risk of suffering a stroke or dementia.
Silly-con Valley: Juicero Isn’t the First Dumb Startup
Then there were vaping smartphones, computer scent machines and a messaging app that can only say "yo."
Google Plans Inbuilt Ad Blocker for Chrome Browser: Report
The world's biggest ad platform is planning its own ad blocker.
Mark Zuckerberg Looks to a Post-Smartphone Future at Facebook F8
Augmented reality technology could usurp "primitive" smartphones, according to Facebook's CEO.
Ex-Microsoft CEO Unveils Government Transparency Database
More than 23 million people—or more than 7 percent of the country's population—are employed in some way by the U.S. government.
Hackers Target Snapchat After CEO Calls India ‘Poor Country’
Snapchat's stock value also took a hit following Evan Spiegel's alleged comments about India.
Marine Le Pen Blasts Trump for Backtracking on NATO Stance
The National Front leader said Trump may have been swayed by his administration regarding America's role as the world's policeman.
Amazon Employees Petition Leadership to Cut Advertising Ties With Breitbart News
564 members of staff signed the letter, which said Amazon executive Jeff Blackburn's response had been "frustrating and unsatisfactory."
CIA Chief Mike Pompeo Calls WikiLeaks a ‘Hostile Intelligence Service’
The former Republican congressman said the whistleblowing group is a tool used by Russian military intelligence.
U.K. Government Targeted by ‘Highly Motivated’ Hackers
A group of hackers targeted the U.K. Foreign Office over several months last year.
Samsung 'Building Foldable Smartphone'
Reports from South Korea suggest the tech giant is working on a radical new smartphone.
Uber 'Used Secret Program to Track Rival Lyft Drivers'
The latest scandal comes days after Uber's PR chief resigned from the embattled company.
Bitcoin Botnet Aims to Makes Money From Smart Devices
Your internet-connected fridge may be making money for other people.
World's First Commercially Available Flying Car to Be Unveiled
Aeromobil says its flying car meets regulatory requirements for both cars and planes.
Uber Loses Another Top Executive
Rachel Whetstone is the latest executive to leave Uber.
Tesla Is Now The Most Valuable Carmaker in the U.S.
It is the first time in almost a century that the most valuable U.S. carmaker is not based in Detroit.
Spray-On Skin: 'Miracle' Stem Cell Treatment Heals Burns Without Scarring
A medical startup has developed an experimental "SkinGun"—the world's first device to use a patient's stem cells to directly heal the skin.
Reddit Place: The Internet’s Best Experiment Yet
With more than a million participants, Reddit Place captured the web at its best and worst.
Rich Americans Live 15 Years Longer Than Poor Counterparts: Study
Wealth and health are intrinsically linked in America, according to research.
Lyft Raises $500 Million to Take on Struggling Uber
As Uber contends with scandals and lawsuits, its biggest rival just raised half a billion dollars.