A recently surfaced Google video discusses a creepy concept for collecting vast quantities of user data that could span generations.
A group of Kentucky middle schoolers have won a prestigious award for developing an ingenious device that lets first responders to safely collect hazardous needles left behind by opioid and other drug users.
About a dozen Google employees are resigning in protest over the tech giant’s involvement in Project Maven, a controversial military program that uses artificial intelligence, Gizmodo reports.
Using sophisticated technology, scientists have compiled detailed radar data to show the devastating impact of North Korea’s largest underground nuclear test.
The U.K.’s Royal Navy is harnessing a sophisticated autonomous robot minesweeper to clear high-tech sea mines.
Russia will showcase its new “Uran-9” robo-tank at the Victory Day parade in Moscow on Wednesday.
Archaeologists have harnessed sophisticated radar scanning technology to disprove the contentious theory that secret rooms are hidden inside King Tutankhamun’s burial chamber.
Twitter is urging users to change their passwords after discovering a bug in its system that left passwords exposed.
Cambridge Analytica’s decision to shutter its operations has prompted speculation that the controversial firm may re-emerge as a mysterious new company called Emerdata.
Experts in Israel have harnessed sophisticated imaging technology to reveal hidden script in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Facebook has fired the employee alleged to have used “privileged access” to personal data to cyber-stalk women.
Facebook has launched an investigation following an allegation that a security engineer at the social network used “privileged access” to personal data to cyber-stalk women.
Google is throwing its weight behind the effort to tackle America’s opioid crisis.
Russia’s reported development of a formidable nuclear-powered torpedo or underwater drone is fueling concern about the potential devastation if the weapon were ever unleashed against U.S. cities.
A monkey in Indonesia cannot own the copyright to a famous selfie it took in 2011, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
An innovative robot has helped a 14-year-old boy with multiple health conditions experience the excitement of leading his favorite soccer team out onto the field.
After months of pressure from the mom of a severely disabled child, Twitter has revamped its hate speech reporting criteria to explicitly include tweets attacking people with disabilities.
Experts in the U.K. have uncovered new details about a famous 17th-century Dodo that challenge a long-held theory about the unfortunate flightless bird.
Facebook, which is still feeling the shockwaves from the Cambridge Analytica data scandal, is reportedly looking to put 1.5 billion users beyond the reach of a new European Union privacy law.
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