Pitmasters, this will be hard to swallow: Some of the best smoked brisket comes out of Cambridge, Massachusetts. And it practically cooks itself.
Mark Zuckerberg thinks telepathy is the ultimate form of communication. Believe it or not, for certain things, Facebook is better than telepathy.
With Windows 10 launching on July 29, Microsoft today detailed how it will upgrade users to its latest and greatest. The company will do so in waves, which shouldn't be a huge surprise -- the goal is to hit 1 billion devices in "two to three yea
Facebook is preparing a new way to show videos on the social network and opening the door to a new source of advertising revenue at the same time.
Now that Yahoo and Microsoft are not exclusive anymore -- when it comes to search, that is -- they can both work with other companies.
Production is said to be underway for the next iPhone models, and it looks like the new version's big selling point will be Force Touch.
Ludwig von Mises was a defender of the concept of the division of labor.
Voice recognition technologies are part of the future, but should trigger concern that IT companies are essentially building "listening networks" which can be exploited by the likes of the NSA, Swedish Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge told RT.
Facial recognition software no longer needs to see your faceFacial recognition software no longer needs to see your face in order to recognize you, a development that has understandably spurred all sorts of anxiety among the privacy-conscious.
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Google is taking users on a 3,000-foot hike up the world's most famous rock wall: Yosemite's El Capitan.
Gmail is rolling out a popular feature that it has been testing for years: Undo send.
Infowars first warned of PC microphone snooping nearly a decade ago
An award-winning company founded by former Google engineers is taking legal action against the search engine giant over claims it has engaged in a "pattern of abusive behavior" and is violating privacy rights on a "massive scale."
The only reason our online life is insecure is that we let it happen.