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REvil was hacked and forced offline this week in a multiple-country effort, according to Reuters.
Six major ISPs collect far more user data than consumers realize, the FTC warns, including data grouping those consumers by race and sexual orientation.
Scientists at the University of Utah and Spain's Miguel Hernandez University have given artificial vision to a blind woman through a brain implant.
Retail pharmacy chain Walgreens and Google affiliate Wing will test drone deliveries in Texas next week in the city of Frisco and the town of Little Elm.
A new control system enhances the speed and agility of legged robots as they leap across gaps.
Scientists tracked media mentions of people who died between 2009 and 2014 to gauge how long recently deceased public figures remain in collective memory.
Analysts warn that popular online games are helping to spread malware on PCs and mobile devices.
Three key ways artificial intelligence is changing what it means to compute.
The rule is not intended to keep American researchers from working with colleagues overseas to find software flaws.
Intel slipped—and its future now depends on making everyone else's chips.
Researchers have developed a less costly, less wasteful machine learning system for identifying three-dimensionally-printable materials.
Brief exposure to an infographic about the scientific process could strengthen people's trust in science and mitigate COVID-19 misinformation.
The McAfee Enterprise Advanced Threat Research team found a bug in the Netop Vision Pro Education software used by about 3 million teachers and students worldwide.
The Fabric GEM algorithm was able to detect disease-causing variants in infants with rare diseases at six leading genomic centers and hospitals with high accuracy.
Will AI make future discoveries for us?
Open up Google Translate or Apple's Translate and your mobile device turns into your personal language interpreter.
Board set up by Facebook rebukes company after Wall Street Journal investigation into treatment of high-profile users.
Facebook also owns Instagram and WhatsApp, signaling that a name change could put these brands and more all under the same umbrella.
Satellites are emerging as tools to monitor countries for anti-pollution compliance.
Technology job marketplace Hired said the push for remote work has caused technology salaries in New York City and San Francisco to fall.
RealResponse has forged a deal with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to use its technology platform to enable whistleblowers to report concerns about possible doping.
Artificial intelligence, advanced imaging, and three-dimensional printing revealed the portrait of a nude woman hidden beneath the surface of a Picasso painting.
Privacy activists warn the Moscow metro's Face Pay facial recognition payment system constitutes a sinister move by Russia to monitor and control its people.
A University of Notre Dame's researcher built four-legged swarm robots capable of traversing rough terrain and performing complex tasks collectively.
Effort is meant to avoid incidents that show algorithmic bias.
The claims were part of an effort by the Trump administration to push the country's biggest tech companies to hire more U.S. workers.
Here's what to know about her allegations.
Partial differential equations can describe everything from planetary motion to plate tectonics, but they're notoriously hard to solve.
The comprehensive artificial intelligence retinal expert (CARE) system can detect and monitor eye diseases.
Australian privacy commissioner Angelene Falk said facial recognition technology used in 700 Australian 7-Eleven stores interfered with customer privacy.