Chinese authorities apply facial-recognition programs to surveillance videos to identify subjects. Now, a report says Chicago and Detroit have purchased their own systems.
The FCC is clashing with scientists who argue that 5G networks could interfere with weather sensors and compromise weather predictions.
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Google has been known to fire employees for leaking company information. But it hasn't investigated several recent high-profile leaks.
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A Florida man was killed March 1 when his Tesla collided with a tractor trailer that was crossing its path. A government report says the Autopilot feature was activated.
Opinion: As online extremism migrates to real-world violence, some suggest letting law enforcement intercept encrypted messages. But that’s a dangerous proposition.
A philosophy professor explains that it all comes down to the machinations of two very different types of writers: plotters and pantsers.
The next season comes to Netflix on June 5. Also, Fox has a new show about a wicked Alexa device.
Charges against 10 men across Eastern Europe associated with the Goznym malware crew reveal global law enforcement's reach—and its limits.
Working entirely in-camera, Christoffer Relander juxtaposes neon-lit street scenes with pristine wilderness.
The New Balance 5280 shoe is designed to deliver top performance in a particular type of competitive event: a high-speed, one-mile road race.
Dyson's V11 Torque Drive and Animal cordless vacuums will plow through your home's dust bunnies like Furiosa through a pack of hapless War Boys.
Levels of heat-trapping methane are rising faster than climate experts anticipated, triggering intense debate about why it's happening.
Fearing isolation in case of disaster, the Blue Lake Rancheria teamed with researchers to develop a one-of-a-kind microgrid. Here's how they did it.
An industry group representing Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple, urged EU policymakers not to draw "red lines" around specific uses of AI.
Scientists are trying to crack the code of how smell works—and create robots that can sniff out the world's secrets like a dog.
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The latest aircraft vying for a piece of the not-quite-realized aeromobility space takes a big step toward becoming a reality.
The first satellites of Elon Musk's mega-constellation Starlink are heading to space, but the satellite internet project faces tough economics on Earth.
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