"By making a tiny sticker-based modification to our speed limit sign, we were able to cause a targeted misclassification of the MobilEye camera," McAfee researchers said in a blog post.
"After all these years he finally got home and we're just so excited we were able to help," a volunteer at Saving Hope animal rescue said after the dog was reunited with its original owner.
As the video sharing site turns 15, we look at how it has evolved since 2005 and where it could be in the future. "As far as competitors go, Google stands alone," one industry expert told Newsweek.
Medford Police detectives Antonio Gonzalez-Salinas, 51, "repeatedly locked the doors as he was sexually assaulting" the 21-year-old victim.
"We know that the more we connect, the more we have to protect. As we conduct more of our lives online, protecting our conversations is more important than ever," the company said in a blog post.
Data scientists built a dataset of about 7.5 million posts from seven "manosphere" forums and over 30 million posts from 57 Reddit pages. The results showed a worrying trend.
The mobile application is reportedly being fed data collected by China's vast monitoring apparatus, which is known to retain large amounts of personal information on citizens.
Russia currently has just three of the top 500 supercomputer systems in the world, compared to China (228) and the United States (117), analysis by research firm Top500 suggests.
"The Kim regime has developed a model for using and exploiting the internet that is unique—it is a nation run like a criminal syndicate," the Recorded Future report said.
"You've got Bernie Sanders talking about letting criminals and terrorists vote from jail cells...talking about that is not how you win a national election," said Democratic strategist James Carville.
"Most Americans feel like the political parties have been playing you-lose-I-lose for years and you know who has been losing the entire time? We have," Yang said during the Friday Democratic debate.
The six winning numbers in the Friday night draw were: 9, 14, 27, 36, 52, and 4. There was a jackpot of $187 million ($131.5m cash-value) in play. Did anyone claim the top prize?
"If you are going to put somebody in jail for the rest of his life for publishing diplomatic cables...that is an attack on all journalists," one panelist said at a talk in London this week.
"The cybercriminals behind this campaign can use the affected device to post fake positive reviews in favor of the malicious apps as well as perform ad fraud techniques," researchers said.
The AI tool could play a role in studying the nature of dark energy and dark matter, which seems to make up a large amount of the universe but remains an enigma, researchers said.
"This seems like a fair amount of attempts to regulate the internet - a mix of wishful thinking and woeful misunderstanding," one IT academic told Newsweek.
"Amazon risks betraying the trust millions of customers place in the Amazon's Choice badge by allowing its endorsement to be all too easily gamed," one Which? expert said.
China's Computer Virus Emergency Response Center says malware was found to be circulating via email and the social networking platform WeChat. Experts say it may only get worse.
The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office said it was the first time the drug had been seen in the region, describing it as "a bit of a rare find for us" and sharing photos of it to social media.
"We have found a new way to switch electrical conduction in materials from on to off," revealed author Berend Zwartsenberg, of UBC's Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute (SBQMI).
Multiple YouTube accounts distributing content from Infowars were created last October and remained online until today, when "Newsweek" approached Google for comment.
Chicago police received a tip that up to 150 people were gathered and that dozens of them had been seen brandishing guns live on social media.
Microsoft is asking cybersecurity researchers and ethical hackers to report major flaws in its gaming network.
A Carnival Cruise Line spokesperson has confirmed the victim was an 81-year-old woman, with the cause of death currently believed to be natural causes.
The birds were put to work patrolling the seas as part of a six-month academic study that proved successful in detecting fishing boats with their Automatic Identification System switched off.
In the not-so-distant future, hundreds of unmanned drones and on-the-ground rovers could swoop into an area of interest and spew crucial data to human military operators, researchers say.
"Please avoid sight seeing at this location. It's not safe as the sinkhole is still active. One of the homes fell in this evening. Several families are hurting as they are losing their home," police said.
"If we can find a way to direct these jellyfish and also equip them with sensors...we could create a truly global ocean network," said lead Caltech researcher John Dabiri.
"This is a big deal," said lead scientist James Tour. "The world throws out 30 percent to 40 percent of all food, because it goes bad, and plastic waste is of worldwide concern."
A new scientific paper suggests that hydrogen fuel cells, able to convert chemical energy to electrical energy, could soon be used to power "aircraft, vehicles and portable devices."