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Engineers build a lower-energy chip that can prevent hackers from extracting hidden information from a smart device.
Google, Apple and others were warned that they must comply with a new law, which would make them more vulnerable to the Kremlin's censorship demands.
Technology conglomerate Cisco has issued software patches to correct four security flaws that hackers could exploit to commandeer affected systems.
Researchers at Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have constructed an artificial retina from perovskite materials.
Scientists found fake profiles produced by artificial intelligence on the business social network LinkedIn can easily deceive people.
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers used machine learning and artificial intelligence to better understand how interacting traits influence brain cells' functions.
Cookies are on the way out—but not enough is being done about browser fingerprinting. So what is it?
Two research teams have created arrays containing two different neutral atoms, a promising platform for quantum computing.
An approach that uses hours of video and elements of reinforcement learning can guide a robot vehicle almost two miles without a full map of the surroundings.
The components may play a pivotal role in upcoming efforts to sanction the invading country, but it is unclear if those efforts will actually work.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed an integrated circuit chip that can thwart power side-channel attacks using less energy than common security methods.
Scientists suggest ground-up pieces of glass could help in securely encrypting facial images via a new optical cryptosystem.
A team of researchers has developed a Web platform that can automatically detect fake online news.
A cheese robot created by Klavs Martin Sørensen at Denmark's University of Copenhagen is employed at Danish dairy company Arla to help with quality control.
Russian companies have many cryptocurrency tools at their disposal to evade sanctions, including a so-called digital ruble and ransomware.
What's inside a black hole? Quantum computers and deep learning may finally reveal clues.
Groups say rules unfairly target the biggest firms and could push companies to store more data in Europe.
Russia, Ukraine, and many of the latter's Western allies have the ability to launch cyberattacks on other nations, and both sides seem ready for digital skirmishes.
Keeping tabs on data entanglement keeps reins on buggy quantum code.
Miso Robotics' Flippy 2 robot fry cook is being deployed in 100 White Castle fast food restaurants.
Researchers at driverless car company Waymo and Google Research used self-driving vehicles to create a virtual model of San Francisco.
An algorithm developed by physicists at the University of Hong Kong can quantify entanglement entropy.
Researchers working with the Temporal Analysis of Products reactor system are using artificial intelligence to study the role of catalysts in chemical reactions.
Today, a digital twin of the pancreas; tomorrow, the immune system?
Biden administration officials have warned Russia that it could face further restrictions on technology that is critical to its economy and military.
What's growing out of Bart's head!?
Regulator has faced stinging criticism over performance.
The Internal Revenue Service has walked back a requirement for taxpayers to use facial recognition to access their online accounts.
An analysis by the Conference Board found West Coast technology companies listing nearly half of their white-collar jobs in states outside that region.
U.K. surgeons saved the life of a baby girl with a rare heart condition using a three-dimensionally-printed model of her heart.