From posting "boner killers" to helping law enforcement, victims of nonconsensual pornography are fighting back.
Facebook ads will appear on TV, online, in movie theaters, and on public transit and billboards.
No Words With Friends for British Airways pilots, it's all about fuel calculations, safety notices, and maps.
The culmination of 10 years and 18 movies is something that's virtually impossible to repeat.
Some small animals can produce bullet-like accelerations—could robots do it, too?
A new search tool on Pinterest aims to surface more content showing people of all skin tones when you search for beauty tips and products.
Genetics pioneer Jennifer Doudna has launched the first commercial Crispr platform for detecting disease-causing DNA.
Can these 41-foot-high walls protect the country from another tsunami?
The social network Snap, Inc has refreshed its Spectacles wearable camera. They're improved—and more expensive.
Advocates say attacks on science and deregulation would continue under the agency's number two.
The German automaker struck a deal to purchase lidar laser sensors from the solid state startup.
The 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan triggered a devastating catastrophe in one of the country’s largest nuclear power plants. The cleanup will take decades, and it’s no job for humans.
Facebook's growth accelerated, despite concerns about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the #deletefacebook movement, and potential advertiser defections.
After the ultra-funky i3 and i8, the German automaker is bringing its batteries into the mainstream.
Benefits of robots: 1. They never get tired. 2. They can lift very heavy things. 3. They can walk through (controlled) conflagrations at the University of Michigan.
Facebook's vice president of ads described a simple picture of how advertising works on the platform. The reality is far more complicated.
The newest Google app is a simple and easy to-do list named Tasks.
Startups building artificial intelligence software don't have millions of images like Google, Apple, or Facebook; so they fabricate images to train the algorithms.
Snapchat isn't just introducing games. It's building the next computing platform, one piece at a time.
Researchers didn't have to hack Amazon's Alexa voice assistant to use it for eavesdropping. They just took advantage of the system in place.
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