Radar imaging shows Chinese space station is still intact
Video Boffins have refined their estimates of when Chinese space station Tiangong-1 will return to Earth, with the big bird's impact now predicted to happen between March 30 and April 3.…
House OKs crippling email privacy, Senate stalled by Paul
For months now, US Congress has mulled new laws to strengthen Feds' powers to access American citizens' private messages and files stored on computers overseas.…
It's a royal bummer for those who were hoping to spot Prince William and Prince Harry in a deleted Star Wars clip that briefly circulated.
In the trial to block AT&T’s $85 billion merger with Time Warner, the government argues in its opening statement that consumers will pay more for TV if the deal goes through.
Watch the first-ever footage of anglerfish engaged in their violently gruesome mating ritual. "It was really a shocker for me," one scientist says of the footage.
Regulator secured refund/exit deals for 16,000 unhappy customers this week
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's push-back against internet service providers making over overly-optimistic download speed claims on the national broadband network has seen Dodo, iPrimus and Commander agree to refund their customers.…
Political data-mining found its feet with the Obama campaign in 2008 and kept growing with Clinton, Trump and Brexit campaigns says Jamie Bartlett,
For all its scale and sound, the kaiju sequel packs none of the punch of the 2013 original.
After watching a dashboard video of the fatal collision, some autonomous vehicle analysts say the car's sensors should've detected the pedestrian.
Good thing we have all those chip fabs and assembly plants stateside
US President Donald Trump's planned tariffs on goods imported into America from China could hit the tech industry – and ergo, you the customer – particularly hard.…
British scientists think DNA could be used to solve a global problem - where to store all our data.
It was already hard for researchers to use Facebook's data. It looks like it's about to get harder.
VR has suffered from an image problem, so could very high resolution headsets be the answer?
In the wake of the ongoing Cambridge Analytica debacle, Facebook has now been sued in federal court in San Francisco and San Jose. These new cases claim violations of federal securities laws, unfair competition, and negligence, among other allegations.
The pair of cases stem from recent revelations that Cambridge Analytica, a British data firm that contracted with the Donald Trump presidential campaign, retained private data from 50 million Facebook users despite claiming to have deleted it. New reporting on Cambridge Analytica has spurred massive public outcry from users and politicians with CEO Mark Zuckerberg calling it a "breach of trust."
These two cases, which were filed on March 20, could be just the first among what could be a coming wave of similar lawsuits.
Maryland resident Lauren Price has sued over the handling of her personal information. The case could become a class action.
The Office of Science and Technology Policy, with dramatically reduced staff, still has no leader, and Democrats in Congress aren't happy about that.
The Chinese company, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, won't be able to sell its smartphones, smartwatches and laptops at Best Buy. It's already shut out by the US carriers.
Researchers find machine learning can classify heart anatomy on an ultrasound scan faster, more accurately and more efficiently than a human.
Facebook’s CEO says that he's sorry about the Cambridge Analytica scandal affecting "tens of millions" and that he'd be willing to testify before Congress.
Files on city computer systems have been encrypted, according to a ransom note that demands payment in bitcoin.