China's Luckin Coffee Tries To Conquer A Nation Of Tea Drinkers
In less than two years, the Chinese brand has opened 2,300 stores — second in China only to Starbucks. The company went public on Nasdaq on Friday. And it's losing millions.
Boeing Completes 737 MAX Software Update, Working on Pilot Training Plan
Boeing Co said on Thursday it had completed a software update for its 737 MAX jets.
U.S. Move To Isolate Huawei Sends Ripples Through Global Supply Chain
The Trump administration's crackdown on the Chinese telecom giant would cut it off from a vital supply of U.S.-made components. It will also force allies to decide on the 5G futures.
Authorities Dismantle Transnational Cybercrime Group
The members allegedly used malware in an attempt to steal $100 million from thousands of victims across the globe. Criminal prosecutions have begun in the United States, Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova.
A Smartphone App And A Paper Funnel Could Help Parents Diagnose Kids' Ear Infections
While there are thousands of health-related apps around, one being developed at the University of Washington stands out because it uses a phone's microphone and speaker to make a a medical call.
Trump Takes Aim At Huawei, Paves Way For Ban Of Foreign Telecom Equipment
Amid rising trade tensions, President Trump is moving against Chinese telecom firms that the administration says can exploit vulnerabilities in communications and information technology.
Silicon Valley Getting Its Own Version of NYC’s Hudson Yards
The developer of New York’s Hudson Yards is ready to build another massive office, housing and retail complex—this time about 3,000 miles to the west.
New Zealand's Ardern Calls On Social Media Companies To Stem Terrorist Content
Facebook said Tuesday that it would implement a "one-strike" policy that would prevent users who have violated the site's standards from using its livestreaming platform.
Is Your Family Fighting Over Screens? We Want To Help
NPR is doing a series of stories about young people and screen time, and we'd like to hear from you.
Florida Governor Says Russian Hackers Breached 2 Counties In 2016
The attack had not been publicly known until last month's release of the Mueller report. The governor said no vote tallies were affected and that no data had been manipulated.
San Francisco Approves Ban On Government's Use Of Facial Recognition Technology
The city is home to some of the world's largest technology companies, but it has banned the use of facial recognition software by police and city agencies.
When Technology Can Be Used To Build Weapons, Some Workers Take A Stand
Tech workers have increasingly been asking ethical questions about their industry's involvement with the military. One such worker took her company's CEO to task.
Conservatives Ponder Options to Counter Social Media Censorship
After a seemingly endless stream of conservative personalities being banned from social media platforms, the right-leaning community and ...
Supreme Court Rules Against Apple, As Kavanaugh Sides With Liberal Justices
The Supreme Court says iPhone users' antitrust lawsuit against Apple can continue. The decision divided President Trump's two appointees, Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
Japan Tests World’s Fastest Bullet Train
Japan Tests World's Fastest Bullet Train
How Mind-Controlled Robot Suits Could Enhance Our Limbs
In Episode 2 of Future You, Elise Hu explores mind-controlled exoskeletons that could let paralyzed people walk or the able-bodied gain super strength.
How Computer-Assisted Telepathy Helps Humans Communicate
The next phase of human evolution seems headed toward merging biological bodies with machines, and in the first video of Future You, Elise Hu gets connected to a network and plays a game her thoughts.
This Company Says The Future Of Nuclear Energy Is Smaller, Cheaper And Safer
An Oregon company plans a new kind of nuclear power plant that many consider the future of the industry. It's smaller and cheaper and could work well with renewable energy.
FCC Blocks Chinese Company's Bid For International Phone Services In The U.S.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said it would "seriously jeopardize" national security, law enforcement and economic interests. The agency is also looking into authorizations granted to other Chinese firms.
Twitter Ban on Parody of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Accused of Corporate Censorship
An American online news and social networking service is being questioned after it banned a user for doing a parody of Democrat congressperson AOC on May 6.
SHE'S RUNNING?! FORMER DNC DARLING TRIES AGAIN! THIS TIME, SHE'LL HAVE LESS MEDIA SUPPORT!
DARK TO LIGHT! TRUMP & PATRIOTS PUSH BACK HARD AGAINST THE SECRET WORKS OF DEMS/RINOS/MARXIST MEDIA
GOP Rep. predicts House Dems will kill motion to censure Schiff
Gutfeld on the Tulsi and Hillary battle for America
Nunes blasts Dems' 'unprecedented secrecy' in Trump impeachment probe
Geraldo on 'most pathetic example of Trump Derangement Syndrome' yet
Tucker: Hillary spreads vicious lies about fellow Democrats
Tactics of Hong Kong Protesters
MASSIVE Military Exercises Taking Place Ahead Of WHAT???
Pelosi defies Trump, leads delegation on surprise trip to Jordan