Ten years ago, Amazon unleashed a technology that we now call, for better or for worse, cloud computing.
On December 15, Ubitquity LLC launched a new Blockchain-based notary platform BitNotarize in alpha. The platform will allow people to upload and keep their documents on the BlockChain. The platform can be used along with a traditional notary system,
Americans spend billions of dollars every year in the name of convenience.
Encryption backdoors have been a hot topic in the last few years--and the controversial issue got even hotter after the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, when it dominated media headlines.
JPMorgan is "aggressively" investing in the next generation of technology like blockchain and robotics and its investment drive in these areas is part of its "major priorities" in 2016, according to an internal memo seen by Business Insider.
The feature will be made available in the U.S. to start.
As technology generally continues to advance, one thing you can be sure of is the criminal justice system's use of innovative new "tools" will grow exponentially. This can be a good thing, but it can also be a very dangerous thing.
Researchers at the University of Washington (UW) recently demonstrated how 3D video images of Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig and several other celebrities could be created by piecing together still images and sound bites retrieved from the internet.
Surveillance tech Star Trek would love
Introducing 'Big Sur,' the brains of A.I.
FBI director urges customers to nag tech companies about dangers of private communication
A young girl in a purple dress and hat, both seemingly cribbed from the set of a budget Alice in Wonderland production, stumbles past a Beijing meeting room in skyscraper heels.
The cloud storage company is increasing its focus on corporate customers as it tries to develop a sustainable business.
We have updated our Outernet Raspberry Pi image to work on Pi 2B! You can now choose between a B+ and 2B when you order a DIY Outernet Receiver Kit in our store.
From giving customers a sensor's vantage point to configuring cars in entirely new ways, Microsoft HoloLens is working to bring Volvo's cutting edge car features to life in ways never before possible.
Microsoft Lumia 950 review: The phone that wants to be a computer
Every year in December, our friends at Code.org run Hour of Code - a worldwide effort to introduce millions of students to coding. We're excited to offer multiple ways that your students can participate here on Khan Academy!
YouTube Kids, the offshoot of YouTube's main app that focuses on family-friendly videos, is expanding beyond the United States.
Microsoft Launches Ethereum Blockchain as a Service (EBaaS) at Devcon, Boosts Ethereum
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has an urgent need for a Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT), Commissioner Kara M. Stein said in a recent speech.
A research project conducted by Carnegie Mellon University's (CMU) Software Engineering Institute (SEI) could have unmasked newly-launched Tor hidden services in just two weeks, according to a source familiar with SEI's work
Windows 10 is getting its first mega-update on Thursday.
Facebook wants to use artificial intelligence to crack the game no computer has ever mastered
The October 2015 Fintech Americas' Hackathon in Miami, sponsored by Visa and Cobiscorp, awarded a grand prize of US$10,000 to Bit2Me, a small startup based in Alicante, Spain, for its new mobile app, Hive.
Fast, flexible and free, Linux is taking over the online world. But there is growing unease about security weaknesses. [We only want to help.]
Tech pundit Tim O'Reilly had just tried the new Google Photos app, and he was amazed by the depth of its artificial intelligence.
The search giant is making its AI open source so anyone can use it
In recent years, a growing number of coding boot camps have helped address the large gap between available software engineering positions and qualified candidates to fill them.
But there are a few catches
The Pentagon was tipped off in 2011 by a longtime Army contractor that Russian computer programmers were helping to write computer software for sensitive U.S. military communications systems, setting in motion a four-year federal investigation that e