Technocracy hinges on interoperability of devices within the Internet of Things, which will soon have a common language that will standardize communication. This will take the burden off of device makers that currently have to provide custom integrat
There is no shortage of cool stuff to see on the Internet, but the Internet itself--the networks and servers and cables tying it all together--is pretty mundane.
The Central Intelligence Agency has released a bulk archive of 13 million pages of declassified documents online. These documents were previously only physically accessible from four computers at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland using
The Alphabet chairman says a giant data warehouse would give the military Google-like capability. It would also create the richest intelligence target ever conceived.
Hours after the release of a critical Senate report, the online website Backpage late Monday shut down the "adult" section of its website and blamed "unconstitutional government censorship."
What happened to Netflix-style choice?
What happened to Netflix-style choice?
They'll protect the internet from all your dumb (sorry, smart) devices
WiFi networks soon may be able to tell not just where you are, but whether you're even breathing.
Your perfect dog could be just a click away.
European Union (EU) nations must set up a network of public agencies to remove 'fake news' from circulation and impose fines, Italy's antitrust chief has said.
Nothing may have had as bad of a year as the Internet. The Internet has been hit with an onslaught of criticism and suffered several setbacks in 2016: from relinquishment of American control over web address management, introduced surveillance measu
There have been more than 50 government shutdowns of the Internet in 2016, costing the respective countries hundreds of millions of dollars and choking citizen freedoms during crucial moments.
Downtown Havana resident Margarita Marquez says she received a special Christmas gift this year: web access at home, a rarity in a country with one of the lowest internet penetration rates in the world.
Online retail giant granted patent for astonishing blimp which can carry a vast fleet of robotic flying vehicles
This app is quickly becoming the go-to for identifying plants in the wild.
While 2016 may not have been the banner year for cryptographic exploits that 2015 was, researchers around the world continued to advance the state of the art.
We live in a world of curation. The internet -- aided by algorithms that predict what we search, buy, listen to, read, watch and even who we want to date and marry -- expertly helps to us find what we want.
A team of University of Washington computer scientists and electrical engineers has demonstrated that it's possible to generate Wi-Fi transmissions using 10,000 times less power than conventional methods.
Skype provides realtime language translation for nine languages works with skype, mobile phones and landlines
University of Washington develops passive Wi-Fi that uses 10,000 times less power and should be commercially available by 2018-2019
The "alternative data" industry, which sells information such as app downloads and credit card purchases to investment groups, is failing to adequately erase personal details before sharing the material, according to several hedge funds.
An attempted hack of a voter database in Georgia was traced to an IP address used by the Department of Homeland Security. We blame Russia, of course.
As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there's a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a "filter bubble" and don't get exposed to information that could challenge or
The store tracks your every move and everything you put into your basket. When you are done, just walk out of the store. Your total balance is automatically charged to your debit/credit card. ? TN Editor
Western governments are censoring speech in Europe and the US, an obvious pattern that clearly shows coordination.
Two hackers are renting access to a massive Mirai botnet, which they claim has more than 400,000 infected bots, ready to carry out DDoS attacks at anyone's behest.
Hillary Clinton's ties to Google, CNN, PBS, and The New York Times illustrate the conspiracy among these organization who tried to help Hillary be crowned leader of the free world.
Twitter has revealed it will ban anyone from its platform should they violate any of their rules, including the account of President-elect Donald Trump.