German researchers say that a flaw in WhatsApp's group-chat feature undermines its end-to-end encryption promises.
More of our picks from the consumer technology to watch in 2018.
Outlier started out making streetwear durable enough to bike in. But its attention to detail and sci-fi styles turned the brand into a fashion obsession for the tech set.
Now that Breitbart has parted ways with Steve Bannon, the digitally driven insurgency he championed may fizzle.
A new report from Human Rights Watch sheds light on a troubling law enforcement practice called “parallel construction.”
After months of delays, SpaceX's clandestine Zuma mission finally launched on Sunday. But the satellite on board may not have made it to its destination.
This week at CES, we get two new cameras that capture 180-degree panoramic images.
The highly modified feathers of a male bird of paradise absorb 99.95 percent of light, creating an astonishingly dark black.
It might not fly, but Luca Iaconi-Stewart's ultimate paper Boeing 777 does have retractable landing gear and more than 300 tiny seats.
There's plenty out there to fill those long, cold nights.
Follow along our up-to-the-minute coverage of CES 2018, live from Las Vegas, Nevada.
A shiny new display tech is on its way—but to OLED fans, it might look awfully familiar.
Scientists have grown real, twitching muscle from chunks of flesh before. But now, they’ve made muscle fibers out of undifferentiated stem cells.
The journey starts with a shape-shifting electric vehicle called the e-Palette.
The battle for the voice-controlled future is going to be fought on a thousand fronts.
Former Google engineer James Damore, who was fired in August after posting a screed against the company's affirmative-action policies, sued Google Monday for discriminating against whites, males, and conservatives.
Facebook's M once heralded the possibilities of chatbots. Its demise highlights the technology's limitations.
Until ad networks vet what comes through more closely, those redirect ads aren't going anywhere.
Processor giant Qualcomm makes its move from mobile devices to, well, everything else.
Byton's electric car concept is heavy on flash, but has substance under the skin.
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