Antarctica is probably the last place you'd expect cellphone service. But thanks to the Australian government and a company called Range Networks, you'll soon be able to find a signal near several research facilities on the continent.
The U.S. Secret Service is seeking software capable of identifying influencers on social media sites responsible for setting trends.
New App Looksery Photoshops Your Face While You Video Chat To Make You More Attractive
Federal agency will use tool to "send notifications to users"
Apple's New Coding Language Swift Had Developers Literally Cheering This Week — Here's Why
Laser just got cooler. After three years of development, researchers from NASA and MIT are set to debut the moon Internet.
Today Google unveiled Google Video Quality Report, "a simple tool to see the level of video quality your Internet service provider can play YouTube." U.S. and Canada-based YouTube watchers can run it on their machines starting now.
Early testers are building a range of prototypes from drones to immersive video games using Google's 3-D mapping smartphone.
Automobiles had been around for decades when the first Model T arrived in 1908. The reason we remember Henry Ford’s creation is because it was the first car that made sense for the masses.
The future has a funny way of sneaking up on you. You don’t notice it until you’re soaking in it. That was the feeling at O’Reilly’s Solid Conference last week. For the first time, the venerable tech publisher held an event dedicated the way software
The “right” guitar tone is an elusive and personal thing, and many seasoned guitarists strive to achieve a particular tone that reflects their musical style or matches the genre in which they are playing.
To protect lucrative business servicing machines, GE turns to the industrial Internet.
Google has just launched a new web-based integrated development environment (IDE) that allows users to write, run and debug software that makes use of quantum algorithms.
When you need to store massive amounts of data, solid-state drive (SSD) are the best way to go.
Apple is getting ready to launch its much talked about "Smart Home" software in early June, sources familiar with the matter confirm to the Financial Times.
Backing up your data can save important documents, digital purchases and years of memories.
When Glenn Greenwald discovered last year that some of the NSA documents he’d received from Edward Snowden had been corrupted, he needed to retrieve copies from fellow journalist Laura Poitras in Berlin.
Facebook will soon automatically identify the TV shows you’re watching and the music you’re listening to, making it easier to join online discussions involving your latest bit of entertainment.
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An investigation into the use of malicious software which can spy on victims through their own webcams - used to capture naked photographs of Miss Teen USA last year - has led to 17 arrests in the UK and 97 worldwide
Way back in 2010, Word Lens arrived offering the ability to translate a foreign language by simply pointing your camera at the text in question.
Joseph J. Atick cased the floor of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington as if he owned the place.
Back in the 1980s, computer makers were scrambling to get Andy Warhol to try out their spiffy new graphic software.
Rémi Coulom is sitting in a rolling desk chair, hunched over a battered Macbook laptop, hoping it will do something no machine has ever done.
The National Security Agency is scanning your email. Google and Facebook are hoarding your personal data. And online advertisers are selling your shopping habits to the highest bidder.
Yes, the US DoD is trying to get out in front of Skynet before it takes over the world. How very sensible.
Thirty years after virtual-reality goggles and immersive virtual worlds made their debut, the technology finally seems poised for widespread use.
As you might expect, the scale and complexities of the underlying physics means creating a realistic virtual universe would require some hefty computing power.
This Nivea Ad Comes With A Tracking Device That Keeps Your Kid From Running Off At The Beach [THE BRIEF]
Whether you’ve lost your car or lost your Internet connection, Google Now is getting a little more helpful.