Apple is likely to launch a computerized wristwatch this fall that includes more than 10 sensors to take health measurements and other data, according to a published report.
The House of Representatives passed a late-night vote on Thursday to cut funding to two of the National Security Agency’s most controversial practices: warrantless collection of Americans’ online data and the installation of surveillance “backdoors” on commercial tech products.
A team at the Smithsonian Institution has scanned President Barack Obama’s head to create the first 3D portrait of a sitting president.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has unveiled a new smartphone called Fire Phone.
Amazon, a company of seemingly boundless ambition, appears to be venturing into yet another market: smartphones.
A Virginia chemistry professor is growing plants on extraterrestrial materials in an already moderately successful attempt to develop and move microorganisms into space in a new discipline labeled, “astroecology.”
The attorney general’s office says Maryland has reached a settlement with the developer of the mobile app Snapchat in which the company agreed not to deceive consumers about “disappearing’ messages.
The U.S military says it is developing a laser that can be used to blind and shoot enemy drones from ground vehicles, adding to their anti-drone laser technology already crafted for ships.
Facebook will soon allow users to question why they are being shown specific ads, giving users the ability to see how it’s using copious amounts of personal data to target advertisements – which will now include websites and interests gathered from non-Facebook activity.
A tweet containing computer code has propagated itself through Twitter by taking advantage of a security flaw in the company’s TweetDeck application.