IBM Security Global Managing Partner Charles Henderson spoke to Forbes about how even charging cables can be used to compromise your phone.
Country music superstar Taylor Swift promoted her father’s personal Facebook page to fans, prompting him to delete it after “Swifties” discovered that his page featured conservative-leaning memes, including a Blue Lives Matter meme honoring a deceased police officer.
Renowned Yale computer scientist David Gelernter claims that he is abandoning Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
Contractors for Microsoft listened in on the audio of Xbox gamers speaking in their homes in order to improve the console’s voice command abilities. One contractor claims most of the recordings they reviewed were children.
A new report alleges that firms such as Amazon and Microsoft are putting the world at risk through the development of killer robots and deadly AI.
MoviePass confirmed this week that a data breach potentially compromised thousands of credit card numbers belonging to their customers.
Students at San Mateo High School — in the heart of Silicon Valley — must now lock up their phones at the start of every school day this year. The school is using a device, developed by a start-up company specifically for locking up phones so that students can be more engaged with their surroundings rather than with their phones.
E-commerce giant Amazon has opened its largest campus yet, but it is not its American HQ2, it is located in Hyderabad, India, as the firm prepares for aggressive expansion in the country.
The University of Kentucky has apologized for a series of internal emails that revealed that their staffers conspired to block the formation of a Young America’s Foundation chapter.
Louisiana Attorney General (AG) Jeff Landry told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview Wednesday that many state attorneys general have “had enough” of big tech, and they will “take action” after significant investigations.
Turning Point USA (TPUSA) activist and student Zach Doehermann told Breitbart News that multiple 2020 Democrat primary presidential candidates claimed that they did not know what Antifa was after being asked if they would denounce the organization widely known for terrorizing conservatives. Doehermann joined host SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily Alex Marlow in a Wednesday interview for TPUSA’s weekly campus report.
A recent column from Forbes argues that American colleges and universities are spending billions on new buildings that they don’t need.
According to a report by Motherboard, a flawed electronic essay scoring algorithm has been adopted by several states. Experts say the algorithms stress the ability to write in whole sentences, not creative or insightful thinking by students.
A new report suggests that DoorDash is still withholding tips from its delivery workers, despite promising a month ago to pay drivers the tips customers give them.
A recent report claims that Google-owned video platform YouTube is removing videos of robot fights for “animal cruelty.”
A recent report states that EU antitrust regulators are beginning to question if Facebook’s Libra digital currency could cause antitrust issues.
Wikipedia’s list of “concentration and internment camps” was updated two months ago with a section for ICE detention facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border. A month-long discussion has since been closed in support of having the facilities listed on the page based on Democrats including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez using the terminology.
Psychologist and search engine expert Dr. Robert Epstein, a liberal Hillary Clinton supporter, blasted the failed presidential candidate on social media yesterday after she falsely claimed his research showing pro-Clinton bias from Google in 2016 had been “debunked.”
Retail giant Walmart is suing Tesla over a number of roof fires at multiple Walmart stores which the company claims were caused by Tesla solar panels.
Instagram recently censored a post by an artist critical of the Chinese government. The anti-Beijing post was removed by the Facebook-owned social media platform, but death threats made against the artist remained uncensored. Instagram later restored the artwork, while Facebook claimed that the censorship had occurred Due to due to “a mistake” by the company.
Joey Saladino, the YouTube star and Staten Island Congressional candidate sat down for an exclusive interview with Breitbart News in which he argued that candidates from a non-political background could be better than professional politicians.
Joseph “Joey Salads” Saladino, the YouTube star and New York Congressional candidate sat down for an exclusive interview with Breitbart News in which he discussed how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s radical left-wing ideology has placed the Democrats beyond parody.
Joey Saladino, the YouTube star and Staten Island Congressional candidate, sat down for an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, discussing the GOP, “loser” professional politicians, and President Trump’s success in deal-making.
Tuesday during his prime time Fox News Channel program, Tucker Carlson offered an assessment of Sen. Mike Lee’s (R-UT) evolution on Google.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) slammed Facebook’s “audit” of its potential political bias, believing that the investigation will not unearth any significant details about its censorship practices against conservatives and other alternatives voices.
Consumers are ditching their traditional TV subscriptions in massive numbers, spelling more bad news for cable and satellite companies.
A Facebook tool rolling out in the coming months will allow users to see which apps and websites have tracked them and shared their personal data with Facebook while they were not using the social media platform.