New tools are coming to fight robocalls, but don’t expect unwanted calls to disappear.
The company first identified the issue on its Google Cloud status dashboard at 3:25 p.m. Eastern time.
In a made-for-TV visit to the proposed burial site for the nation’s nuclear waste in Nye County, Nevada’s senior senator vows to block efforts to restart licensing process.
Aptiv is the automotive technology company that outfits the 30 BMW 5 Series vehicles used in the Lyft program with various sensors, cameras and computers.
A fertility clinic in the United Arab Emirates city of Dubai emailed scientist He Jiankui to seek training in gene editing.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.
The agency announces plans to burn debris starting Tuesday in the upper Cathedral Rock Picnic Area high in Kyle Canyon, weather conditions permitting.
If you think you have been receiving more calls on your cellphone from numbers you don’t know, you are not alone.
Scientists are finding evidence that so-called zombie cells play a big role in aging and the health woes that come along with it.
A trade group has reinstated an award to the makers of a robotic sex toy for women that it had taken away four months ago for not keeping with its image.
Center for Biological Diversity says it will seek federal endangered species protection for the white-margined beardtongue in an effort to block Clark County plan to open roughly 40,000 acres of federal land to development.
Facebook has banned Louis Farrakhan, Alex Jones and others from its main service and from Instagram, saying they violated the company’s ban against hate and violence.
Wildlife officials are close to declaring victory over a non-native fish that’s been chowing down on the endangered Moapa dace, which inhabit the upper reaches of Southern Nevada’s Muddy River.
Two years after his last Las Vegas speech on climate change, former Vice President Al Gore returned to the valley Tuesday with a similar message of alarm and optimism.
With Las Vegas on the forefront of autonomous vehicle testing, a natural question is when will self-driving vehicles be the norm on our nation’s roads?