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A Times investigation reveals how Israel reaped diplomatic gains from NSO's Pegasus spyware, a tool America itself purchased but is now trying to ban.
A smartphone application and laboratory kit can diagnose COVID-19, COVID variants, and flu virus infections.
A multi-institutional team of researchers has demonstrated that phonons contribute to superconductivity in copper-based materials.
Pablo Picasso's descendants plan to auction off more than 1,000 digital pieces representing a previously unseen ceramic work by the Spanish artist.
Cornell University researchers have trained physical systems to execute generic machine learning computations.
Polkit, a system-wide privilege manager for Unix-like operating systems, contains a 12-year-old memory-corruption vulnerability.
An extensive digital privacy law aimed to give internet users more control over their data. Instead, experts say, it's created "almost a useless exercise."
Crypto prices are highly volatile, but die-hard enthusiasts believe prices will keep soaring in a world where traditional notions of value don't apply.
That's Tesla's mess to deal with.
The neuromorphic computing device solved the puzzle by working like an animal brain would.
By this summer, Americans wanting to access their Internal Revenue Service records online will be required to submit a facial video to confirm their identity.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University programmed a robot to perform minimally invasive keyhole surgery on pigs.
Security researchers have uncovered macOS malware that can be installed by exploits almost impossible for most users to detect.
Chip designer Arm has released a prototype development board based on the Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions (CHERI) architecture.
At the Australian Open tennis tournament, new technology is translating the movement of the ball into sounds to help blind and low-vision fans follow the action.
The tech industry has grown rich off big ideas developed more than a decade ago. New things like quantum computing and self-driving cars could take a while.
Diem Association is selling its technology to crypto-focused bank Silvergate Capital for $200 million.
Bitcoin is theoretically vulnerable to hacking by quantum computers, but calculations show they would need to be a million times larger than those that exist today.
Researchers developed a technique that creates a "fingerprint" of noise on a quantum computer, as seen by a simulation running on the machine.
A new machine learning model has identified 690 risk genes for motor neuron disease.
Andorra Telecom experienced repeated distributed denial-of-service attacks during the SquidCraft Games tournament in Minecraft, a multi-day Twitch gaming tournament.
Engineers have closed the gap between experimental and computer sciences to better predict peptide structures with a molecular framework.
New water cybersecurity standards are coming – but they're voluntary.
A war game and study by a think tank illustrate how dependent the world is on Taiwan's semiconductor foundries.
The price of Bitcoin has fallen more than 50% from its peak in November, which could prove costly for institutions that have bought into digital currencies.
Apple awarded a $100,500 bug bounty to the researcher who discovered the latest major vulnerability in its browser.
A research report by U.K.-based market researcher Juniper Research ranks Shanghai as the world's top smart city this year.
According to the latest Dice Tech Salary Report, the average salary for U.S. technologists reached a record high of $104,566 in 2021.
Yale School of Public Health researchers used location information from mobile devices to accurately forecast COVID-19 outbreaks in Connecticut municipalities.
The U.S. Department of Justice found persistent flaws in an algorithm used to qualify low-risk federal prisoners for early release.