Mariella Moon

Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget.
Facebook Is Asking Users' Help to Identify Misleading News
Facebook

Facebook Is Asking Users' Help to Identify Misleading News

It's actually trusting users to verify stories posted on the social network.
Two More Investors Sue Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes for Fraud
Theranos

Two More Investors Sue Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes for Fraud

This is the first lawsuit against Theranos that's seeking class-action status.
Google Looks to Help Solve India's Toilet Problem With Restroom Finder
Technology

Google Looks to Help Solve India's Toilet Problem With Restroom Finder

With a reported 70 percent of households not having toilets, Google Maps will show toilets in malls, hospitals and other public places within.
Theranos Faces Lawsuit From a Major Investor
Theranos

Theranos Faces Lawsuit From a Major Investor

It's accusing the controversial blood-testing company of lying to get its money.
Theranos Is Closing its Labs and Wellness Centers
Theranos

Theranos Is Closing its Labs and Wellness Centers

As a result, the company will let 340 people go.
Google, Facebook and Other Tech Titans Form 'Partnership on AI'
Artificial Intelligence

Google, Facebook and Other Tech Titans Form 'Partnership on AI'

Apple, however, is missing from the list.
See the Sun Do a Somersault, Courtesy of NASA's Observatory
NASA

See the Sun Do a Somersault, Courtesy of NASA's Observatory

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory took a photo of the sun every 12 seconds on July 6th, and the results aren't quite what you'd expect.
'Star Wars' Drones Can Do Aerial Stunts and Shoot Lasers
Drones

'Star Wars' Drones Can Do Aerial Stunts and Shoot Lasers

These are the drones you're looking for.
Virgin Galactic Poised to Start Its New Spaceship's Test Flights
Virgin Galactic

Virgin Galactic Poised to Start Its New Spaceship's Test Flights

Virgin Galactic also doesn't have a target date for its first official flight yet despite already having sold 700 tickets.
We Might Not Be Able to Use Martian Water After All
Mars

We Might Not Be Able to Use Martian Water After All

A new study says the planet's water might not be drinkable. Worse, it might not even exist. A team of scientists from the University of Arizona looked more closely into those dark streaks called "recurrent slope linae" or RSL in an effort to figure out their origin.
Amazon Alexa Deals Will Make You Shout Out Your Shopping List
Amazon

Amazon Alexa Deals Will Make You Shout Out Your Shopping List

You can also get $10 off on your first order through the voice assistant.
Apple Creates a New Company to Sell Solar Energy
Apple

Apple Creates a New Company to Sell Solar Energy

The company might have plans to expand its farms even further to prepare for new projects, such as charging stations for the long-rumored Apple car.
Study Says People Get Turned On by Touching a Robot's Privates
Robots

Study Says People Get Turned On by Touching a Robot's Privates

Though it's not always and necessarily sexual arousal.
Yelpers to Have Their Own Show on The Food Network
Yelp

Yelpers to Have Their Own Show on The Food Network

It's titled '12 Hungry Yelpers,' because of course.
Germaphobes, Rejoice! Boeing Creates Airplane Bathroom That Cleans Itself.
Travel

Germaphobes, Rejoice! Boeing Creates Airplane Bathroom That Cleans Itself.

By killing germs, the method also keeps the stall from smelling like a truck-stop urinal.