Hackers steal our data. Tech firms abuse it. Can blockchain fix our privacy woes?
The healthcare industry is ripe for a blockchain-inspired transformation, and SimplyVital Health is leading the charge.
A BBC report which made connections between Kremlin-linked Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg and Amazon Web Services was taken down.
The eruption may have wiped out the ozone layer.
"If cryptocurrencies ever become mainstream, then prices could go a lot higher; if not, many become worthless."
Videos appear to show protesting elderly residents lying in their coffins in hopes of keeping them.
March marks the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
The company's initial plans involve injecting the brain with a special formula in a technique known as aldehyde-stabilized cryopreservation.
This device could make eco-friendly hydrogen cars more affordable.
The EPA chief on the Paris Accord, fossil fuels, clean water, clean air, economic growth. . . .
Millions can open bank accounts and make cashless transactions and financial access for marginalized groups has improved. But concerns over surveillance and the security of people's information remain.
New "sophisticated" malware-as-a-service and ransomware-as-a-service attacks known as MacSpy and MacRansom allow anyone to pay to carry out an attack.
The Department of Interior that protects cultural identity has warned a school in Newton, Massachusetts from selling a sacred fishhook
Spanish authorities say the separatists will not get immunity for any crimes.
A tariff wall removes pressure on states to make businesses more competitive.
Working memory is responsible for the storage and processing of information, decision making, and planning.