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A pedestrian was killed in March when she was struck by the self-driving vehicle.
A new company, EarthNow, expects to deliver satellite imagery and real-time video. Could your house be surveilled?
The Cambridge Analytica scandal shows Facebook users need to know which apps have their data.
Testing drugs might just get a whole lot easier.
YouTube recently pledged to hire 10,000 new employees to monitor the platform.
The internet has been weaponized and changes are needed, Berners-Lee warned.
Popular profiles @Dory and @CommonWhiteGirl were linked to the spam operation.
Bitcoiin brand ambassador Steven Seagal was granted Russian citizenship by Putin in 2016.
The technique involves a laser and an incredibly sensitive piece of equipment which can detect even a single particle of light—known as a photon.
Bypassing the premium content paywalls could leave accounts banned.
The social network will evaluate the "health" of conversations.
Agata Burdonova, 31, is an alleged former manager at the infamous Internet Research Agency (IRA). So why has she moved to Bellevue?
The rare one-page document dates back to 1973, three years before the launch of Apple.
Since October 2017, police say roughly 1,600 mistaken calls have been made to emergency service departments.
Computer processors can't get much smaller, so what do we do next?
Developers for nearly every major platform have been racing to roll out fixes for the flaws that let hackers access vulnerable data, including saved passwords.
Edward Snowden has taken a break from exposing government secrets to create a security app.
This device could make eco-friendly hydrogen cars more affordable.
A powerful project allows survivors to "answer" questions without being present. It’s like Siri if Siri were an actual human with a life story to tell.
Helpful hackers proved they can easily mess with voting machines and databases. That's not the only worry, a new study finds.