Before you write off this idea to save the tech company, ask yourself: How much would I pay for this app?
The teaching of science, technology, engineering and math is critical for America to compete globally. And in order to educate the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow, we must transform STEM education today.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just a security problem. It's also a privacy nightmare.
The Senator of Massachusetts and her colleague Ron Wyden claimed Amazon knew its servers were "vulnerable" to the attack that affected Capital One earlier this year prior to the hack.
The justified backlash against tech giants here in Silicon Valley is a visceral reaction to the ongoing attacks on America's institutions and values. We must step up to protect our elections, privacy and free speech.
A substantial majority of Americans do not trust elected officials, nor do they believe that those in elected office often face consequences.
Historian and author Margaret O'Hara examines how Facebook not only facilitated opportunities for greater human connection, but also transformed the political landscape.
By holding this summit, President Donald Trump has legitimized citizen journalists and given a voice to groups experiencing censorship at the hands of the Big Tech companies that control the new media platforms.
We banned the government from using facial recognition technology in San Francisco. Recent revelations that the FBI and ICE are pillaging state driver's license records show Congress must do the same.
FaceApp is a free mobile application available in the App and Google Play stores. Using artificial intelligence, the app creates realistic transformations of faces using various filters and features.
If you start with a low score, it can change over time.
Forget cars: Ford is now in the "mobility" business. In an exclusive Newsweek interview, company CEO Jim Hackett says autonomous vehicles are the biggest revolution since the Model T.
Autonomous cars will remake your world - mostly for the good, and sooner than you think.
The 'next internet' isn't just for crypto-anarchists anymore. Thanks to a 24-year-old math savant, mainstream businesses like IBM are partying like it's 1993. Next up? You.
Nuclear disaster isn't the only event that experts fear.
China is leading the world in developing unbreakable encryption using quantum physics.
A Wikipedia for the deaf strives to improve sign-to-spoken-word translation.
Getting industry up and running takes more than just money.
Author's experiences with his own daughter inspired the 'iShrieks' series of books, which combine scary stories with kids' interest in devices.
Trump and Clinton are from the TV generation. The iPhone generation thinks in a completely different way.
About 34 million Americans currently don't have access to high-speed internet.