According to the New York Times, the internet has undermined the power of media and political party elites. And this is bad. Or something.
Boston Dynamics’ “Handle” robot looks like an impressive piece of tech, able to leap four feet in the air and confidently navigate varying terrain.
Up to 75 litres of urine were discovered in public swimming pools over a three week study.
Facebook is trying to shore up their faltering venture into virtual reality with serious price cuts across the board on Oculus Rift hardware.
In a rare display of Silicon Valley executives walking the plank for shareholders, Yahoo’s general counsel resigned and Chairman Marissa Mayer sacrificed two years of bonuses to close the company’s sale to Verizon.
Last Stand, the final expansion for Tom Clancy’s The Division, adds a new player-vs-player mode to the game and a new Incursion for agents to tackle cooperatively.
CNN is featuring a running clock on its politics Twitter account tracking the last time President Trump “attacked someone on Twitter.”
A new lawsuit argues that Facebook allowed anti-Semitic and anti-Israel content to spread across their platform, putting the lives of Israeli citizens in danger during a wave of violent attacks on Israelis by Palestinians in 2015.
A proposed diversity plan for Apple, which would have pushed the company to hire more minorities for its board of directors and senior management, was rejected by shareholders on Tuesday.
Scientists Eric Horvitz and Lawrence Krauss gathered a group of 40 artificial intelligence experts to discuss possible doomsday scenarios of advancements in AI.
Google announced on Tuesday the launch of the new YouTube TV service: a so-called “skinny bundle” that lets you stream select cable TV channels on any device at a much cheaper price than regular cable television providers.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. government civilian and military units have warned for nearly 25 years about a damaging cyber attack dubbed the “electronic Pearl Harbor,” but while threats continue to intensify, America’s ability to deter and defend against such an assault still suffers from capability gaps, testified a top expert before a House panel.
Snapchat’s parent, Snap Inc., completed the largest initial public offering in the history of Los Angeles County by raising $3.4 billion in cash on a $24 billion market valuation of the Silicon Beach company on Wednesday.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai told the Wall Street Journal that the agency would not review the AT&T-Time Warner merger.