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Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy
$10M ethereum blockchain stolen in social engineering scheme $10M ethereum blockchain stolen in social engineering scheme
Voice e-commerce inflection premieres at Amazon Prime Day 2018 Voice e-commerce inflection premieres at Amazon Prime Day 2018
New 2018 MacBook Pro reveals surprise upgrade New 2018 MacBook Pro reveals surprise upgrade
Apple discontinues photo printing service Apple discontinues photo printing service
Apple combines AI and Siri teams under Giannandrea Apple combines AI and Siri teams under Giannandrea
Apple and Google face data privacy probes from Republicans Apple and Google face data privacy probes from Republicans
Google accelerates machine learning into ad tools Google accelerates machine learning into ad tools
Apple Music surpasses Spotify in US subscribers Apple Music surpasses Spotify in US subscribers
Timehop discloses data breach, affecting 21 million users Timehop discloses data breach, affecting 21 million users
Samsung opens world’s largest phone factory in India Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India
Einstein VR helps people with low self-esteem Einstein VR helps people with low self-esteem
Commercially available cloud-based quantum computing services in the works Commercially available cloud-based quantum computing services in the works
Scientists use X-rays to train artificial intelligence Scientists use X-rays to train artificial intelligence
Are smartphones spying on us? Are smartphones spying on us?
Nikon may release mirrorless cameras this summer Nikon may release mirrorless cameras this summer
Microsoft launches blockchain partnership in Taiwan Microsoft launches blockchain partnership in Taiwan
Scientists use tracking devices to pinpoint deadly hornets' nests Scientists use tracking devices to pinpoint deadly hornets' nests
2.3M Bitcoin addresses targeted by malware 2.3M Bitcoin addresses targeted by malware
Tax breaks for Big Tech aren’t worth it, says study Tax breaks for Big Tech aren't worth it, says study
Photographing life impairs memory formation, study says Photographing life impairs memory formation, study says
SpaceX launches flying robot head to befriend and spy on astronauts SpaceX launches flying robot head to befriend and spy on astronauts
Scientists use new coating to make natural fabrics waterproof Scientists use new coating to make natural fabrics waterproof
California passes sweeping privacy protection law California passes sweeping privacy protection law
U.S. Army implements AI to predict vehicle maintenance U.S. Army implements AI to predict vehicle maintenance
Microsoft removes Sets feature from next Windows release Microsoft removes Sets feature from next Windows release
Dodge unveils 797-horsepower, 200 mph Hellcat Redeye Dodge unveils 797-horsepower, 200 mph Hellcat Redeye
Young scientist invents robot to hunt ocean plastic Young scientist invents robot to hunt ocean plastic
Adobe is using AI to detect photoshopped images Adobe is using AI to detect photoshopped images
Microsoft reneges on its VR promise Microsoft reneges on its VR promise
Google Hire to use AI to speed up common tasks Google Hire to use AI to speed up common tasks
YouTube Music & Premium expands to 17 countries YouTube Music & Premium expands to 17 countries
Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon have no paid prioritization plans amid net neutrality rules Comcast, AT&T, and Verizon have no paid prioritization plans amid net neutrality rules
Sony faces a rising Fortnite backlash at E3 2018 Sony faces a rising Fortnite backlash at E3 2018
The U.S. has taken the lead over China with the world's fastest supercomputer The U.S. has taken the lead over China with the world's fastest supercomputer
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak hopes that Bitcoin will become a single world currency Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak hopes that Bitcoin will become a single world currency
Evolve servers will shut down in September Evolve servers will shut down in September
Trump administration to set new limits on Chinese STEM students’ visas Trump administration to set new limits on Chinese STEM students' visas
Mac OS 10.14 leak suggests dark mode in Apple News app Mac OS 10.14 leak suggests dark mode in Apple News app
Madagascar's internet outpaces UK, France, and Canada
An impoverished island off the coast of Africa demonstrates the fastest broadband internet speed, superseding more advances countries by 24.9 megabits per second.
Justice Department appeals Time Warner-AT&T merger approval
AT&T General Counsel David McAtee said the company was surprised by the appeal.
Chrome 67 combines Site Isolation to decrease Spectre vulnerability
Site Isolation separates each renderer process in the latest Chrome browser, implementing a dedicated method for all websites to limit sharing processes.
Xbox One integrates Dolby Vision
Xbox One S and Xbox One X will support Dolby's HDR format from July 11, with a present limitation for video streaming.
Microsoft's free Teams software competes with Slack
With a free version offering limitless messages and shareable storage, Microsoft's Teams software gains a leading edge over Slack.
Twitter suspends more than 70 million accounts through July
Placing user growth at risk, Twitter continues to eliminate fake accounts and bots technology within its social media platform.
Scientists manipulate single atoms with electron beam
Researchers can now manipulate single atoms using an electron beam, which could pave the way for atomic memory in cellphones in computers.
Animal social network helps conservationists save species from extinction
The Wildbook website photos act as weapons against extinction.
Microsoft integrates Dictation to Office Suite apps
Adding a dictation tool to Garage projects in 2017, Microsoft now advances a limited portion of apps with Office Dictation.
Google Docs secured despite privacy concerns
Google Inc. confirms document protection among users who experienced security issues during a Russian dilemma.
Baidu releases its first AI chip
China's 'Google' introduces AI chip Kunlun amid developing global trade tensions.
South Korean researchers might make fingerprints the new phone security standard
New smartphone research is examining a screen that doubles as a finger sensor and touch-screen.
FTC halts deceptive online 'free trial' offers
The Federal Trade Commission receives court-appointed authority to charge internet marketers in violation of dishonest online continuity plans.
Baidu partners with Intel to enhance Apollo self-driving platform
The partnership will integrate autonomous vehicle technology using Intel's Mobileye's RSS and Surround Computer Vision Kit.
Gmail messages 'read by human third parties'
Third-party app developers read private emails to improve algorithms within Gmail accounts.
Facebook bug reverses blocked accounts
800,000 accounts were affected by a Facebook bug, temporarily unblocking users.
Facebook reveals data-sharing VIPs
US lawmakers grant Facebook a Friday deadline towards responding to data access investigations from congress.
NASA to test supersonic aircraft technology with Texas residents
The F/A-18 Hornet aircraft will fly over Galveston while performing dive maneuvers to determine noise levels.
Google exec admits GitHub bid loss to Microsoft
Google's cloud chief says she would not have minded being the buyer.
Scientists predict intelligence using brain scans
Scientists used brain scans to predict intelligence using machine-learning algorithms.
Augmented reality app enables virtual solar system tour
Operating in real time, app accurately depicts planets' daylight and night sides.
FBI reports 130 crypto investigations
U.S. authorities have undertaken massive cryptocurrency exchange probes as the market continues to emerge.
Popular Facebook quiz app exposes 120 million users' data
NameTests quizzes contained a security flaw that exposed user data.
Instagram Lite launches on Google Play
The small Instagram app enables faster downloads and space storage advantages.
US news sites remain blocked in Europe
EU publishing companies report substantial affects involving the GDPR enforcements and bans.
Mercedes discontinues PHEV technology
Temporary halts in the brand's current PHEV models occurs as Mercedes develops a third-generation system that will feature "EQ" branding.
Rapper Akon creates cryptocurrency for 'real-life Wakanda'
Rapper Akon wants to create a "real-life Wakanda" using his own cryptocurrency, AKoin.
Google launches native Podcasts app for Android
Incorporating voice-controlled Assistant, Google Inc. releases an official podcasts app for Android devices.
You can no longer book an Uber through Google Maps
You will still be able to check prices and plan out your route.
Standing desks a feature now for all Apple employees
Apple CEO Tim Cook says sitting is the "new cancer."
Google to help users limit targeted ads
It will help you to know who's targeting you, and perhaps stop them.
New science facility aims to shrink accelerators
Developments have begun towards an upgrade to the Facility for Advanced Accelerator Experimental Tests.
Sony's E3 2018 six biggest announcements
Sony has followed arch-rival Microsoft with a big-budget press conference, showcasing the latest games for its PlayStation 4 console.
Google Translate will now work offline
Google is still using Neural Machine Translation.
Microsoft highlights exclusive Xbox games during E3 2018 to dominant rival Sony Playstation
Analysts said the focus on more first-party content will help Microsoft's gaming unit in the future as it competes with Sony's PlayStation 4.
Coral conservationists are launching a new satellite-based monitoring system
The new system will provide daily high-resolution images of coral reefs.
Valve lessens game developer restrictions on Steam
Developers now have no limits on placing items on Stream, with the exception of content that is illegal or 'trolling'.
Turn your tv into a giant touchscreen with this new device
Microsoft is releasing a new toy for your TV.
Mozilla offers $225K towards AI and advocacy exploration
Mozilla's latest awards will support businesses and projects that examine the effects of AI on society.
Microsoft to acquire GitHub
Microsoft is about to finalize their purchase of the coding website GitHub.
Facebook gave personal data to 60 companies: report
Facebook reportedly gave personal data to 60 companies including Apple, Amazon and Samsung.
Google ends Pentagon Artificial Intelligence project
Top Google executive Diane Greene told staff on Friday there would be no renewal of the contract, which stem from several employees resigning and protesting AI projects with the military.
Amazon's Prime Pantry service will now require a monthly fee
Amazon is revamping their Prime Pantry service.
Tesla involved in another autopilot accident
The Tesla sedan hit a Laguna Beach Police Department vehicle, which fortunately at the time did not have an officer inside.
New implant could give smartphones ability to detect smells
German researchers have built a device that can enable a smartphone to detect smells.
EOS blockchain project forced to patch 'epic' security loopholes prior to launch
New blockchain initiative demonstrates opportunities for severe attacks to occur on nodes, providing malicious users full control and access to transactions.
Spotify retools 'hateful content' policy
Spotify has made the decision to walk back a policy on not including music with hateful content or made by artists who exhibited hateful behavior on its playlists.
Animal 3D printing provides scientists new opportunities for behavioral observation
Ecologists are gaining familiarity with the technology and its potential advantages in studying animal behaviors.
IBM unveils the 'world's smallest computer'
IBM's main chip initiative stems from a focus towards supply chain management and counterfeit protection.
Microsoft and Google jointly disclose new CPU flaw
Microsoft disclosed its discovery of the new bug back in November 2017, which may slow down processors.