Apple has already unveiled new iPads and brought Intel's Core i9 processor to the iMac this week, but the announcements aren't over yet.
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The head of the House Homeland Security Committee asked four technology companies to attend a closed-door briefing next week on their efforts to prevent violent videos from being disseminated in the wake of last week’s mass shooting in New Zealand.
A lesser-recognized proposed budget increase can be seen with two key munitions -- the Hellfire Missile and Small Diameter Bomb II. The Hellfire is greatly expanding it uses beyond helicopters and some of its regular applications, to include arming the Navy Littoral combat ship and the Army’s Short Range Air Defense arming Stryker vehicles with vertically-launched, counter air Hellfires.
Google is finally getting into the gaming business — and it’s doing it from the cloud.
The Air Force’s increased 2020 budget takes another step in an aggressive plan to prototype, test and deploy hypersonic weapons on an expedited schedule -- to defend against enemy attacks by fast-tracking an ability to launch high-impact, high-speed attacks at Mach.
Facebook is overhauling its ad-targeting systems to tackle discrimination in housing, credit and employment ads, the tech giant announced Tuesday.
Michael Sanchez, the brother of Jeff Bezos’ girlfriend, is acknowledging for the first time that he made a “deal with the devil”—meaning the National Enquirer.
The despicable video of a gunman's rampage through two New Zealand mosques wasseen by thousands of people, thanks to the rapid proliferation on platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
(Sander van der Werf/shutterstock) How do you keep online trolls in check?
Facebook has apologizedto President Donald Trump's social media director,Dan Scavino Jr., for temporarily restricting his account for a couple of hours due to automated bots on the platform.
Always finding yourself with a dead iPhone halfway through the day? There are some easy tricks to make your charge last longer.
Google Maps images of a man's dramatic tumble down concrete steps in Hoboken, New Jersey, are going viral.
Trump slams Facebook, Google, Twitter, says tech giants are 'on the side of the Radical Left Democrats'
President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to attack the very platform he uses to spread his message, as well as Facebook and Google, saying the companies are "on the side of the Radical Left Democrats.
Facebook is under fire after a watchdog group disputed the tech giant's claim that no one reported the New Zealand massacre livestreamvideo during the attack itself.
The U.S. military is looking to develop and test more weapons it can blast into space to fire at targets on the surface of the earth.
To maintain its lead in supercomputing, the US has budgeted over $500 million to build the first "exascale" computer in the world in 2021.
The National Enquirer paid the brother of Jeff Bezos’ mistress $200,000 for the private text messages between the two lovers that were published in January, according to a Wall Street Journal report Monday night.
Walt Disney Studios and Accenture Interactive debuted "Photogrammetry as a Service" and "Interactive Movie Poster" during South by Southwest in Austin.
The Arlington County Board approved $23 million in incentives for Amazon to build a huge complex in Crystal City at the end of a meeting that was interrupted by raucous protesters who shouted "shame" and voiced their opposition to the tech giant's second headquarters.
Facebook’s effort to establish a service that provides its users with local news and information is being hindered by the lack of outlets where the company’s technicians can find original reporting.
According to the just-published poll from Siena College, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is seen as New York's "biggest villain" when it comes to Amazon's decision to spurn New York and pull part of its second headquarters out of Long Island City.
Not long after a man allegedly gunned down at least 50 worshipers inside two New Zealand mosques while wearing a body-mounted camera to record the carnage, the video quickly spread on YouTube— being taken down and then posted again —with uploaders able to work around the Google-owned video platform's AI detection tools.
Apple unveiled new iPads on Monday, including a new 10.5-inch iPad Air and revamped iPad mini with Apple Pencil support, ahead of its big services announcement scheduled for next week.
The Pentagon plans a “first-of-its-kind” test of an unprecedented weapons capability to intercept and destroy an enemy Intercontinental Ballistic Missile *ICBM” — from a Navy ship at sea using a Standard Missile-3 Block IIA.
There are two ways to look at your favorite app store: (1) Yay, there are so many apps! It’s a treasure trove of possibilities! (2) Ugh, there are so many apps.
As tax season rolls on, scams are picking up, hurting last-minute filers. And Microsoft is offering advice to help steer clear of them.
A whopping two-thirds of secondhand USB drives contain recoverable data from the previous owner, including some highly sensitive and personal information, according to a new study.
I have security software. I am good at not falling for scams. How do I know if my computer has been hacked?
Scientists at the University of Plymouth in the U.K. have released a remarkable video that shows an Apple iPhone being shredded to dust in a blender.
The Air Force is now arming its fleet of B-52 Bombers with prototype nuclear-armed cruise missiles to prepare the aircraft for the possibility of launching the Long Range Stand Off (LRSO) weapon.
Facebook is harnessing new detection technology to battle revenge porn on both its main social network, as well as Instagram.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder are using immersive technology to help those who suffer from anxiety, depression, and irrational fears.
Facebook is cracking down on "non-consensual intimate images" (aka revenge porn) with new detection technology and an online resource hub for victims.
The horrific mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques that left 49 people dead was live-streamed on Facebook and shared across social media, sparking a scramble by tech giants to remove the sick footage.
Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox announced he would be leaving the company as the company pivots towards a more privacy-centric model. While the departure comes as a surprise to some, a new report suggests that the departure stems from disagreements Cox had with CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the company's new plans.
A former Amazon employee claims the hostile working conditions in the warehouse where she worked drove her to consider suicide. She told her story to Fox News hostTucker Carlsonon Thursday's edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight.
The wreck of World War II aircraft carrier USS Wasp has been discovered in the Coral Sea more than 70 years after the ship was sunk during the Guadalcanal campaign.
Good news for Apple Music subscribers with an Amazon Fire TV: the music streaming service and media streaming devices now play nice together.
Facebook is under criminal investigation over thecontroversial data-sharing deals that it struck with dozens of other big tech companies —casting a cloud of uncertainty over the social media behemoth as it tries to crawl back from two years of scandals, controversies and apologies.
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan are banding together, hoping to lower prices for treatment and prescription drugs in what could be a major disruption to the health care system.
Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp were partially down for some users around the world Wednesday.
HP expanded their recall of lithium-ion batteries for their laptops on Tuesday, because the batteries can overheat and are at risk of causing burns or fire, according to a recall notice from the U.S.
Pete Buttigieg calls out Big Tech's 'monopoly power,' says US is being left behind by China in AI race
Pete Buttigieg, the 2020 presidential candidate and mayor of South Bend, Ind., singled out Facebook, Google and Amazon for their "monopoly power" and said America is falling behind China in the race toharness artificial intelligence.
It's not every day a software bug gets pulled into the culture wars.
The global pressure on Google over its privacy invasions has intensified, with US politicians attacking the tech titan’s continual collection of data even after users believed they had opted out.
The Air Force is strengthening its “Rapid Raptor” program designed to fast-track four F-22s to war - anywhere in the world - within 24 hours, on a moments notice, should there be an immediate need for attacks in today’s pressured, fast-moving global threat environment.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has called forbreaking up Amazon, Google and Facebookeven as she raked in campaign donations from executives and employees of the big tech firms, according to a report on Tuesday.
Scary World War III ‘wargames’ show U.S. forces crushed by Russia and China in certain hot spots around the globe.
The Air Force is massively speeding up a new networked surveillance system intended to collect, organize and disseminate pressing attack information in extremely high-risk environments including enemy stealth fighters, advanced air defenses and armed drones.
Google on Tuesday celebrated the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web with a unique Google Doodle, while the creator lamented internet's invention
If you're concerned about Facebook's privacy scandals or worried that it's listening in on your phone calls, you'll likely be disturbed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg's recent comments at Harvard.
Google agreed to pay $135 million in exit packages to two top executives who left the company after being accused of sexual harassment and covered up the reasons for their departures, according to a complaint filed in a lawsuit unsealed Monday.
A koala in an Australian wildlife sanctuary has become an unlikely social media star after an image of the macho marsupial went viral.
Jeff Bezos cracked jokes about his tumultuous start to 2019 while vowing to Amazon employees that he’s as dedicated to the e-tail giant as ever.
Google has been accused of spying on millions of Australians by building profiles containing “intimate lifestyle details” such as home and work addresses — plus “secret interests.
Facebook backtracks after removing Elizabeth Warren's ads blasting the platform, drawing another rebuke
Facebook was forced to backtrack after it removed ads placed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign that called for the breakup of the social network and other Big Tech companies.
At least six Democratic 2020 presidential candidates visited the conference this past weekend to appeal to millennials -- and take aim at major tech companies like Google and Amazon.
FTC response to Facebook and Google's privacy abuses slammed as 'toothless' and 'failed' by GOP lawmaker
A Republican senator excoriatedthe Federal Trade Commission for failing to protect consumers' privacy from data-hungry Big Tech companies that have suffered a series of scandals and breaches over the years.
Do you hate picking up your phone and hearing an automated voice on the other end?
President Donald Trump said on Monday that he called Apple CEO Tim Cook "Tim Apple" to "save time & words," blasting the "fake news" for covering the topic.
Facebook is taking a seriesof new steps to crack down onmisinformation about vaccines amid widespread concerns that Big Tech companies are failing to rid their platforms of this content.
A frightening computer bug could cause a transportation nightmare by destroying older GPS systems.
(vs148/shutterstock.com) SAN FRANCISCO—Between cyberattacks against power grids and election influence campaigns, nations are increasingly waging war through the internet with the rest of us stuck in the middle.
New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said workersshould be excited by the prospect of job automation and blasted capitalism as irredeemableat the South By Southwest festival in Austin this weekend.
Should a mechanized column of heavily armored Russian vehicles launch an aggressive, forward-leaning assault into Eastern Europe 10 years from now, complete with air and artillery support - - just what kinds of specific armored vehicles would best position a U.S.
A computer science professor has built a tool that could allow you to identify Civil War veterans in your help with the help of artificial intelligence.
I have an Amazon Echo. What are the best smart products to use with it like lights and such?
There’s one good thing about tax season in 2019: Filing your taxes has never been faster or easier, especially if you do it online. Since many of us wait until the last minute to arrange all our paperwork, digital filing is a real life-saver.
Ding dong, Momo is dead, but not if you ask Buzzfeed, or the legions of parents, police and educators who are still warning about the mythical online menace.
It only took 30 days for 'Apex Legends' to pull in 50 million players.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been accused of a lot of things, but a new report details just how far he is willing to take his privacy and safety: he reportedly has a "panic chute.
The Air Force is building a new generation of nuclear-armed Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) using cutting edge "digital engineering" methods intended to fast-track development of the new weapons system and fire off initial prototypes as soon as next year.
They call it the “sharing economy” for a reason.
A vulnerability affecting the Web version of Facebook Messenger may have exposed who you've been chatting with on that platform.
A sick video game where players commit sexual assaults against female characters has been pulled from Steam after a worldwide backlash.
The World Wide Web Consortium, the organization that creates internet standards, has approved a new protocol called web authentication.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren has proposed breaking up the big tech giants, including Amazon, Facebook and Google, a move she says will help the "next generation of great American tech companies .
Elon Musk holds a secret-level clearance with the US government due to his role as founder and CEO of SpaceX, but it has been revealed that his clearance is currently under review at the Pentagon after Musk smoked marijuana last September.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has decided to have a bit of fun at President Donald Trump's expense afterTrump called him by the wrong name on Wednesday.
The Air Force is implementing a new weapons strategy to fast-track a number of high-priority systems to war, including satellite sensors, hypersonic weapons, B-52 engines, nuclear missiles and combat sensors.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to develop new privacy-shielding messaging services as the social network comes under increasing pressure over its handling of user data.
The Air Force has started deployment of its new M18 Modular Handgun System.
Last year, every time someone paid $11 for Netflix through an iPhone app, Apple pocketed as much as $3.30. Multiply that by every charge made through iPhone apps and you can see why Netflix and other companies are fed up about what they consider Apple’s unfair market power.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said the platform has been too aggressive in banning certain accounts from the platform.
Facebook is adding a new feature for memorialized accounts, which will allow users to leave messages in a 'Tributes' section that is separate from the timeline of the account.
A creepy new AI system could identify shoplifters before they actually steal based on their body language.
The increasing global reach of Chinese nuclear-armed ballistic missile submarines, armed with JL-2 weapons reportedly able to hit parts of the US, continues to inspire an ongoing Navy effort to accelerate production of attack submarines, prepare long-dwell drones for deployment to the Pacific and continue acquisition of torpedo-armed sub-hunting planes such as the P-8/A Poseidon.
The French government on Wednesday introduced a new levy aimed at big tech giants, adding to momentum behind more than adozen similar measures globallythat could collectively cost Silicon Valley companies billions of dollars.
A study conducted by Google to determine whether it was underpaying women and minorities found it was actually paying men less than women for doing similar work, a change from the common gender gap narrative.
The skin of the mako shark is being studied by the U.S. Army to help them build faster aircraft, according to research presented on Monday.
The meticulous arrangements had all been made for Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez to tour their potential dream house in the Bel-Air section of southern California.
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has not totally ruled out the possibility that Amazon could reopen a negotiating process to enter New York City, despite her previous statements slamming the tech giant's plan for a massive second headquarters.
The Navy envisions a new multi-mission Guided Missile Frigate able to sense enemy targets from great distances, fire next-generation precision weaponry, utilize new networking and ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) technologies, operate unmanned systems and succeed against technically advanced enemies in open or “blue” water combat, according to service statements.
Shopping center owners have long blastedAmazon.comInc.as a destroyer of their business. Now some are starting to view Amazon as a potential savior.
Facebook denies it threatened to pull investment from Canada and Europe as leaked docs reveal lobbying strategies
Facebook is denying that it threatened to pull investments from Europe and Canada if demands from COO Sheryl Sandberg were not met — as a new trove of leaked documents provides a window into the tech giant's extensive lobbying strategies.
(Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images) Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is reportedly planning to sue the US government for banning federal employees from using its devices, according to two people "familiar with the matter" who have spoken to The New York Times.
Google has reportedly rejected calls from U.S. lawmakers to remove a Saudi government app that allows men to control where women travel.
If a robot that can run, jump and climb isn't your thing, maybe one that can do backflips is.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is pursuing an unprecedented machine-learning “breakthrough” technology -- and pioneering a new cybersecurity method intended to thwart multiple attacks at one time and stop newer attacks less recognizable to existing defenses.
Apple’s push into Hollywood is off to a rough start — thanks in part to “intrusive” tech executives, including Tim Cook, The Post has learned.