Ryan Lochte’s name stayed in the news this week, two days after the closing ceremony of the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics.
Chinese companies have begun competing with Western companies in the cloud computing and data storage market.
Coloring is an activity that children worldwide have long enjoyed.
As recently as 2014, people could use WiFi to connect to voting machines inside certain voting places in the state of Virginia.
A dusty and bloody five-year old Syrian boy captured the attention of people around the world this week.
A new study shows that replacing one sugary drink a day with water can help a person lose weight and improve their health.
It took just two weeks for lawmaker Howard Anderson Jr. to get a vote on his bill.
German carmaker Audi is equipping some of its 2017 models in the United States with technology that will communicate with traffic signals.
This week, a fast-moving fire forced American officials to order the removal of more than 82,000 people from an area north of San Bernardino, California.
On August 16, 1954, Sports Illustrated published its first-ever magazine.