many cases, the technology used by the government and military far surpasses what the average citizen has access to. However, in other cases where the government is cheap or lazy, their technology is actually far behind what is on the market. Accordi
Years ago, it was seen as a "conspiracy theory" that the elite wanted to microchip the populace. Now well its right in our faces constantly, its no longer a secret i'll start by Repeating the words of the great Aaron Russo Rockefeller's best
Blockchain startup ShoCard has developed a proof-of-concept focused on digital identity in partnership with a major IT firm that works with the airline industry.
The internet age has given us no shortage of coding tutorials. There are instructional websites, games, online courses--even DIY computer kits. But Hopscotch is different. While most coding is done on computers with lines of code, Hopscotch is a vis
Google has created an app to turn Android devices into mobile laboratories, in the hopes it will inspire young scientists to explore, measure and test ideas about the world around them.
The legal battle between Oracle and Google is about to come to an end.
Brent Rose tries out a new "Mixed Reality" software developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab.
The next version of Google's mobile OS is almost done, and there are gobs of new features.
You can do a lot of things in virtual reality, but so far, there's no commonly accepted VR operating system -- a full interface that offers all the same options as a desktop or mobile system.
WhatsApp has released an official desktop app, letting you use its wildly popular messaging service on your computer.
Microsoft has purchased ten million strands of synthetic DNA to advance cutting edge digital data storage technology. With the amount of digital data doubling nearly every two years, the tech industry is on a quest for a long-term solution to keep tr
Last month, a "secret meeting" that involved more than 100 executives from some of the biggest financial institutions in the United States was held in New York City.
The feature has already been criticised for apparently showing Facebook friends who are on Tinder - whether they like it or not - and embarrassing them
"You had to live--did live, from habit that became instinct--in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized."--George Orwell, 1984
While the FBI keeps crying wolf about the dangerous dark future where criminals use technology that's impossible to spy on, the Pentagon's blue-sky research arm wants someone to create the ultimate hacker-proof messaging app.
A new online portal would let scientists access vast amounts of genomic data from patients involved in heart, lung, blood and sleep research studies.
While quantum computing has made great gains in recent years in terms of transistors and logic gates and reprogrammable chips, the technology still lacks one vital component: data transfer.
Get ready for the first coming
Here's a neat feature hiding in Google you might not know about: You can use the search engine to help you eat healthily.
Apple's move to encrypt your iPhone and WhatsApp's rollout of end-to-end encrypted messaging have generated plenty of privacy applause and law enforcement controversy. But more quietly, a small non-profit project has enacted a plan to encrypt the
Dropbox stunned the tech world last month when it revealed it had spent the last two-and-a-half years moving about 90 percent of its operation off of the Amazon cloud. Meanwhile, its biggest rival, Box, is moving the other way.
I'm not a particularly violent person, and I love my job, but every now and then I feel like chucking my laptop through our office window would be pretty cathartic.
If there are more awkward moments than those involving teenage sexual experiences, they are the insecure seconds leading up to the deed itself.
But they're "back to the drawing board" with Tay.ai
Opening and closing your blinds is such a trivial process that you may never have thought about automating it, but it can make your home more energy efficient and secure.
Two years ago London startup Gravity showed off a wild concept for creating 3-D forms using augmented reality software.
Virtual couch potatoes, rejoice
Hey, remember when the FCC reassured us last year that it wasn't going to lock down Wi-Fi routers?
China has a new strategy in fighting crime, ripped from science fiction and hastily pasted at the top of the list of paranoia-inducing concepts.
(NaturalNews) Are people responsible for actions they have yet to commit? This moral dilemma doesn't just make for fun armchair philosophy. A team of researchers has demonstrated that computers are better than human judges at predicting who will comm