Izzy the cat has worked out that if he positions himself in front of the doorbell camera and lets out a few meows his owner lets him in.
Newsweek used the AI Time Machine on images of Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Ron DeSantis and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to find out.
Many iOS users may not be pleased with a new software update that causes notifications to automatically appear at the bottom of their device screens.
An effective cybersecurity culture requires aware and diligent personnel who are trained to recognize risks and established processes to ensure that breaches are effectively managed when they happen, with up-to-date and well-implemented technology solutions.
Users lampooned everything from James Cameron's Titanic to the AOL Chat rooms from the early days of the internet.
Musk said he's not worried about the future of Twitter as the "best people" are staying.
Hundreds of employees have reportedly resigned on Thursday in response to Musk's "hardcore" ultimatum that he issued Wednesday.
"This is not the sign of a great visionary leader. This is the sign of a toxic dictator," one Twitter user said of Musk's Wednesday email.
A U.K. lawmaker tweeted that her son "didn't even realise that if someone called every phone in the house would ring."
Musician Connor Musarra told Newsweek he wanted to show how "thin-skinned" Elon Musk is.
iPhone's AirDrop has been used to spread news of anonymous protests in China and Hong Kong. Apple has rolled out an update in China that restricts its use.
Photographer Justin Gummow told Newsweek that you should "always triple-check your equipment" to avoid a similar fate.
The Tesla CEO acquired Twitter on October 27 to the tune of $44 billion.
"What we're seeing up there is unexplained and so, Mr. Musk, maybe you know," Schroder said in a video posted on Instagram.
Videos using the new TikTok audio feature are gaining millions of views, comments and likes. Newsweek looks into it.
Saudi Arabia, which has sentenced a U.S. citizen to 16 years in prison for critical tweets, is now the social media giant's second-largest investor.
After receiving an invite from @WhiteRabbit, Alice tumbles into a world of influencers and Instagram filters in one re-imagined story.
People with fewer clichés and more original language are found more attractive by other dating app users, researchers have found.
Cutting-edge tools like artificial intelligence (AI), big data, advanced robotics, nanotechnology, and more have potential to improve lives and help solve the world's biggest problems. But if governments cannot also harness them in ways that strengthen the democratic process, the global trend of populists with zero-sum ideologies being catapulted to office may soon become much worse.
"Everyone wants to talk about injustice in the world. And they want to do it from a...phone that's made by slaves," Rogan said on his podcast.
A pillar of light was spotted over a Russian town near the border with Ukraine, sparking theories it could be linked to a top-secret weapon.
Drone delivery service Wing has apologized for the incident after the autonomous flying robot "incinerated itself".
"America invented the semiconductor," declared President Joe Biden upon signing the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022.
The ability to unsend messages and automatically cut objects from images won widespread praise, but some felt many updates had been on Androids "for years."
The response in the video left some viewers feeling out of touch, with one lamenting: ""I'm in my early 30's and have never felt so old."
The update brings with it 1440p HDMI video output, gamelists, and a raft of new social functions.
New research has found that electrical power can be transmitted wirelessly up to 100 feet using lasers.
A study noted that social media can offer "opportunities for cheating behaviors that may cause conflict and erode marital quality."