Venezuela native Aldo Amenta used a medical exoskeleton to collect his diploma after a devastating spinal injury.
The principal of an elementary school in Elkhorn, Nebraska banned teachers from using candy canes in the classroom because they are in the shape of a “J,” which she believes stands for Jesus. She has been since placed on leave by the school district.
An app currently available on the Google Play Store allows users to report incidents of religious “heresy” to the Muslim-majority Indonesian government.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been accused of ignoring “ethnic cleansing” after he encouraged his followers to “go to Myanmar” following a meditation vacation in the country.
In an interview on 60 Minutes, Sunday, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk declared, “I do not respect the SEC,” after settling with the government agency in September over a Twitter post accused of constituting “fraud.”
Students from the Savannah College of Art and Design agreed to the removal of Clarence Thomas’ name from a building on campus, but admitted in a new video to not knowing why they take this position.
A 22-year-old Google employee was found dead in the company’s New York City office, Friday, according to a report.
Google monetization director said his team began reviewing content on Breitbart News for demonetization after Google’s “fake news kick-off discussion.”
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sat down with Leslie Stahl for CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interview that aired Sunday in which the two discussed his feelings toward the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) after he was charged with securities fraud over
A woman is going viral for allegedly canning plans for a baby shower because her relatives and friends ridiculed her decision to call her baby “Squire Sebastian Senator.”
Nearly 100 teaching assistants and instructors went on strike on Friday in response to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill constructing a building to house a Confederate statue on campus.
Actor-comedian Nick Cannon appeared to defend Kevin Hart, who stepped down from hosting the 2019 Oscars after backlash from years-old gay jokes, by posting similar gay jokes from female stars Chelsea Handler, Sarah Silverman, and Amy Schumer.
Contents: Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou faces possible 30 year jail term; Japan blocks Huawei products from public infrastructure projects; The story of Stern Hu, an employee of Australian mining company Rio Tinto; Arrest of Meng Wanzhou of China’s Huawei has increasingly serious implications
Boring Company founder Elon Musk promised in a tweet that the underground tunnel drilling and construction company will unveil “road legal autonomous transports cars & ground to tunnel car elevators” when it unveils its Los Angeles tunnel project on December 18.
Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Friday suggested Donald Trump Jr. could be subpoenaed once House Democrats take power after President Trump’s eldest son mocked her advocacy of Democratic socialism with a meme.
Fmr. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper called on the West to to keep Chinese telecommunications company Huawei out of 5G networks.
A Falcon 9 rocket transported a bountiful holiday spread from Cape Canaveral to workers aboard the International Space Station on Wednesday.
The Facebook and Google approved fact-checking service Snopes has once again made a serious error when weighing the factuality of a recent popular meme, claiming the “general idea” of the meme was “correct,” despite it having been debunked.
Tesla’s General Counsel Todd Maron is reportedly leaving Elon Musk’s electric car manufacturer, and will be replaced by seasoned trial attorney Dane Butswinkas, who called Tesla “worth fighting for.”
Google is working towards “reducing gender bias in Google Translate,” by providing both masculine and feminine translations for words, and will also work to provide “non-binary” translations in the future.
A Google software engineer revealed concerning details about the company’s efforts to please the government China before it launched its latest entry into the country — the censored Chinese search app “Project Dragonfly” — which allegedly included the company blacklisting Chinese dissidents from its buildings for fear of upsetting the Chinese government.
God the Father fell under scrutiny Monday when Minnesota State University associate professor Eric Sprankle accused the creator of the universe of impregnating the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus, without consent.
New York University’s student government voted in favor of a resolution demanding that the university divests from three companies that do business with Israel. The students accused NYU of giving their tuition payments to companies involved in “murdering brown people across the globe.”
Contents: Canada arrests the chief financial officer of China powerhouse Huawei; China reacts with fury at the arrest of Meng; English-speaking ‘Five Eyes’ countries are banning Huawei products
Comedian and A-list actor Kevin Hart announced early Friday morning that he “made the choice to step down” from hosting the 91st Academy Awards amid a backlash over the resurfacing of previous gay jokes and tweets.
A Drake University student is facing charges and possible expulsion after it was discovered she sent racist notes to herself and others, in what turned out to be an elaborate hate crime hoax.
The Australian Parliament passed a bill on Thursday which will allow government agencies to bypass encryption and access private messages on apps through “backdoors.” One security expert said the law “poison-pills their entire domestic tech industry.”
24 Amazon warehouse workers were hospitalized this week after a robot mishap released bear spray in their work area, according to a report.
According to a recent report, one of Tesla’s biggest cheerleaders visited the company’s California plant, which he described as a “crowded mess” that he considers “30% less productive than initially anticipated,” which the analyst argues are actually positives for Tesla, arguing that, “Failure is where one learns the most.”
Recently published internal Facebook documents reveal how the social media firm planned to charge advertisers and developers for access to user data.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will appear at the White House on Thursday alongside other Silicon Valley leaders as a cloud of suspicion hangs over his company in the wake of several reports in recent months of bias against conservatives and specifically supporters of President Donald Trump.
In a recent op-ed, Fox Business pundit and author John Stossel discussed the documentary The Creepy Line which explores the censorship by tech giants such as Google. Stossel has had his own brush with Google’s “creepy line” when he attempted to publish a video about socialism on YouTube, which prevented young people from being able to view it.