Navy and Marine Corps interest in up-gunning its new Amphibious Combat Vehicle with a stronger, longer-range 40mm cannon may have taken a step forward following a live-fire demonstration which blasted off the cannon -- destroying enemy pick-up trucks, aerial drones, groups of fighters and other metal targets.
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As flames swept through the 800-year-old Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, threatening priceless religious treasures and the entire structure's integrity, crucial help in battling the ferocious blaze came from an unlikely place.
The room venerated as the site of Jesus’ Last Supper has been revealed in stunning detail thanks to remarkable 3D laser scanning technology.
Apple has unveiled a brand new "secret lab" that aims to invent the future of recycling.
In early April, Facebook came under fire for asking some users for their email password when signing up to the social network.
Last month it was rumored that Nintendo was set to launch a cheaper Switch , now we know how that's going to be achieved: the new Switch is expected to be smaller.
Samsung’s new $2,000 smartphone doesn’t go on sale until next week — yet it’s already falling apart.
Facebook said on Wednesdayit “unintentionally uploaded” email contacts of 1.5 million new users since March 2016, a report said.
Conservatives demand answers from Twitter after it reportedly cuts ties with Southern Poverty Law Center
Conservative leaderswho have been calling for tech giants to end partnerships with the Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) are demanding that Twitter confirm its Trust and Safety Council has severed ties with what they call an “anti-Christian, anti-conservative” organization.
5G is said to be essential to the future of augmented reality, a cutting-edge technology which superimposes digital data on the physical world.
Over two billion people use Facebook to buy and sell goods, chat with each other, and post vacation pictures. Now, according to a new report by Talos Intelligence, it’s also become part of the Dark Web, a place to sell credit card information, illegal contraband, and much more.
The Marine Corps’ ongoing offensive and defensive live-fire exercises with its emerging Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) are intended to refine the new vehicle’s weapons systems and survivability - while aligning the modern vehicle with the service’s evolving amphibious warfare strategy.
Hypersonic nukes and lasers that make you vomit, hallucinate and go blind – terrifying weapons that could be unleashed in World War 3
With killer tech getting more advanced by the day, it can be tough to keep up with who's building the next game-changing deadly weapon.
A TED Talk conversation with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey took a bizarre turn when countless users of the platform trolled him using the hashtag #AskJackAtTED that was projected onto a screen behind him.
We've probably reached peak iPhone, but Apple is desperate to keep its smartphones selling, so it looks as though we're going to get a new budget offering next year in the form of a revised iPhone 8 .
Is Apple doing enough to stop ad trackers?
Apple settled ongoing lawsuits with Qualcomm today and announced a "multiyear chipset supply agreement," which sets the date for a 5G-powered iPhone in September 2020 at the latest.
Verizon is making it both cheaper and more expensive to buy a new phone with the carrier.
A popular video game streamer and cosplayer has been banned from streaming site Twitch after blacking up on stream.
As France prepares to reconstruct the fire-ravaged Notre Dame Cathedral, a famous video game could be a vital tool in the rebuilding effort.
Amazon has been inundated with tens of thousands of potentially fake five-star reviews, according to a new consumer report in the United Kingdom.
The famed Apple store on 5th Avenue isn’t just crawling with thousands of tourists– it’s also been crawling with bed bugs for nearly a month, The Post has learned.
Technology is 'a crime scene' and Facebook 'broke democracy,' journalist who exposed Cambridge Analytica says
A journalist whose work helped prompt the Big Tech backlash roiling Silicon Valley excoriated Facebook,labeled technology a 'crime scene,' and blamed tech platforms for precipitating a crisis in Western democracy.
To better protect Android users from malicious apps, Google plans on spending more time vetting new developers who want to publish over the Google Play store.
Some users of Microsoft's web-based email services including @msn.com, @hotmail.com,
YouTube was slammed Monday after live footage of the devastating Notre Dame blaze appeared above a link to information on the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who likely owes her seat in Congress to her sophisticated use of social media, now says she’s giving up Facebook and cutting back on Instagram and Twitter — for her health.
China's 'vast, secret system' of AI reportedly tracks and controls Uighurs, a largely Muslim minority
Chinese authorities are harnessing a vast and secretive system of advanced facial recognition technology in order to control and surveil the Uighurs, a largely Muslim minority, according to a new report.
Facebook has quadrupled the amount of money it spends to keep Mark Zuckerberg safe since 2016.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the United States is in a "new era" for regulating Big Tech firmslike Facebook, Google and Amazon.
At 1:30 on a Sunday afternoon in January 2018, Michael Terpin was on his laptop, prepping for a conference in Las Vegas. His iPhone buzzed with an incoming message.
If you ever donate an old smartphone, make sure you put it through a factory reset.
The world's largest aircraft by wingspan completed a successful first flight over California's Mojave Desert on Saturday.
All of Facebook's family of apps are down.
The effect of 5G technology will be profound – and China could be setting itself up to lead, a conservative think-tank has found.
Go ahead, name some big companies offering cellular service. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint probably came to mind. Now, you can add Google to that list.
As "Game of Thrones" gets set to premiere its eighth and final season this Sunday on HBO, internet users are turning to Google to get their fill.
An insidious variety of Android spyware has finally made its way to the iPhone.
I want to run a background check on someone. The people search sites are annoying and expensive. What’s the best way to do a background check on someone?
Multiple gaming companies are now making a big push to help physically, mentally, and emotionally disabled players thrive in the gaming community.
Good and bad news, YouTube TV subscribers.
Facebook's ambitious new project, reportedly dubbed 'Simba,' aims to install a massive underwater fiber optic cable around Africa in an effort to connect the entire continent to the internet.
As a small ball of fire shot out of the end of a new 50mm cannon, a cloud of smoke filled the air and, in what seemed like less than one second, an explosion of smoke and fire destroyed a mock enemy target from hundreds of yards away -- on the other side of an Arizona desert valley.
Google is the latest tech giant to be accused of bias against the newly released pro-life film “Unplanned,”with the search engine listing the movie as “propaganda.”
The lumbering behemoth that is iTunes may finally be nearing the end of its life.
Disney chairman and CEO Bob Iger rebuked social media and the state of discourse in the United States while being honored with a humanitarian award on Thursday.
Can the algorithms powering innovation at Silicon Valley's largest companies, like Amazon, Facebook and Google, be audited for bias?
The U.S. Air Force is preparing to fire a fighter-jet configured laser pod from the ground as a key step toward achieving its goal of firing lasers from jets on combat missions in the air.
Alexa is like having your own personal assistant that never asks for a raise. The problem is she’s always listening – and so are thousands of Amazon workers, according to a report.
Amazon is facing pressure from thousands of employees to take a stronger stance on climate change.
The air delivery developer Wing, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, began flying fresh food, coffee, over the counter medications and other products to select customers as part of its first commercial drone delivery service launched in Australia’s capital this week.
Amazon's Go Stores are cashierless, but that looks likely to change in the near future according to Steve Kessel, Amazon's senior vice president of physical stores.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's bizarre health regimen sees him eat just once a day and take three ice baths before work
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey has revealed his hardcore approach to handling stress - including only eating once a day and fasting at weekends.
"Game of Thrones" fans are being targeted by cyber criminals in a vicious campaign to hijack people's computers.
My shoulder was pressed firmly against the end or “stock” of the rifle, my index finger extended horizontally just above the trigger as I lay flat on the ground and tried to align my right eye directly through the targeting sight -- all as I for the very first time, tried to fire a US military M107A1 sniper rifle at a small target roughly 200 yards away.
New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's constituents blasted her handling of Amazon.
Facebook Inc. has bowed to demands from European Union regulators to change what the bloc had called misleading terms of service, the latest example ofefforts by governments globally to exercise more control over tech firms.
It looks like Verizon's 5G launch lit a fire under AT&T.
Facebook announced Monday it will stopping asking users to wish deceased friends a Happy Birthday as the social media giant attempts to crack down on the practice after a series of recent missteps.
Missing Japanese F-35 poses major security headache for US if it falls into Russian or Chinese hands
The Japanese F-35 fighter jet missing in the Pacific could be a major security headache for the U.S. if Russia or China locate the state-of-the-art fighter jet first, experts warn.
Google and Goodwill are ramping up an initiative offering digital skills training to job seekers.
YouTube on Tuesday pulled the plug on a livestream of a House committee hearing about festering white nationalism — after chats on the video quickly filled up with vile racist and anti-Semitic hate speech.
Social media platforms like Facebookand YouTube are fertile breeding grounds for white supremacists and white nationalists —enabling acts of real-world violence and fueling bigotry —and Big Tech must do more to stop it.
The Air Force is giving its 1970s-era F-16 fighter F-35 technology as part of a massive fleet-wide overhaul intended to improve targeting, attack precision and computer systems -- and extend the fighter’s combat life all the way into the 2040s.
A hacker who extorted more than $913,000 by blackmailing users of porn websites has been jailed in the U.K.
If you like to catch up on the news each day in a little more depth, but without having to turn on the TV, Amazon has a solution for you using its smart speakers.
A D.C.-based journalist has apparently been locked out of his iPad for more than 25 million minutes – or, nearly half a century – after his 3-year-old son tried to use it without the correct password, according to a screengrab shared on his Twitter page.
The Air Force plans to fly its war-tested 1950s-era C-130 aircraft well into the 2030s and beyond through a sweeping, multi-pronged technical overhaul, designed to enable the propeller-flown aircraft to perform its high-risk troop transport and combat support missions for decades to come.
The U.K. government plans to create a regulatory body to force the removal of harmful content from the internet, one of the most far-reaching legislative proposals from a host of countries trying to put a tighter leash on global technology companies.
New Zealand's privacy commissioner slammed Facebook as "morally bankrupt pathological liars" as the fallout from the Christchurch mosque attacks, which were live-streamedand spread virally, continued.
A 'spaceplane' that flies 25 times faster than the speed of sound has successfully passed a crucial testing milestone.
As Venezuela's government blocks aid and makes arbitrary arrests, locals turn to an app as a lifeline
In a crumbling country where almost all but state-owned media outlets have been shuttered, food and medicine are scarce, unrest is rising and authorities could throw you behind bars at any moment – there is a app that is being accredited as something of a lifeline for desperate Venezuelans and for their compadres abroad.
Want to buy stolen credit card numbers?
Like health officials facing outbreaks of disease, internet companies are trying to contain vaccine-related misinformation they have long helped spread. So far, their efforts at quarantine are falling short.
Americans have a paradoxical attachment to the social-media platforms that have transformed communication, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds, saying they regard services such asFacebookto be divisive and a threat to privacy but continue to use them daily.
TwoOregon college students have been accused of tricking Apple into giving them thousands of iPhones,which they then sent back to China to be sold.
Facebook’s tracking me; I get that. But I hate that they are selling my data and ads are following me all around the web. How do I turn off Facebook’s ad tracking?
Major carriers and app developers are ramping up their tactics for tackling robocalls on the iPhone and Android devices.
Scammers are now invoking the CIA as a sextortion tactic.
Facts are facts: nearly half of American marriages end in divorce. Many married couples end up separated. In the past, the end of a relationship meant dividing up physical objects, like furniture and photo albums.
Gamers flock to Boston in search of gaming's 'next big thing' and found plenty of competition.
The Air Force appears to have completed its Critical Design Review of the emerging B-21 bomber, inspiring confidence and optimism that a new-generation of stealth will be ready for war by the mid-2020s, and beyond.
The social media giant says some users signing up or changing their default email address were given the option of entering their email password to save time on verification.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Facial recognition technology was already seeping into everyday life — from your photos on Facebook to police scans of mugshots — when Joy Buolamwini noticed a serious glitch: Some of the software couldn't detect dark-skinned faces like hers.
Apple's "courage" in removing the headphone jack from the iPhone happened too early for most wireless earbuds manufacturers, including Apple itself.
It seems Apple has been scammed by a couple of students, but it doesn't look likely to end well for them.
The controversy over Google naming a conservative thinker and alleged "anti-trans, anti-LGBT" supporter to a company advisory board has ended with the whole project scrapped.
Amazon is entering the satellite-broadband race.
If you're in the market for a new smart speaker, then Apple just made the HomePod a little more enticing by dropping the official price down to $299.
Amazon’s voice assistant has gained several skills that will allow consumers to ask questions such as “Alexa, pull up my blood glucose readings” and get prompt responses.
At this year’s CinemaCon, in Las Vegas. Companies like MediaMation underscored the importance of creating an experience for the viewer – showcasing their MX4D technology that makes moviegoers feel like they’re actually in the film.
Microsoft is investigating claims that its human resources department overlooked sexual harassment claims made by female employees, accordingto a news report.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg proclaimed in a TV interview Thursday that he’s “confident” the social media giant has done enough since 2016 to protect next year’s presidential elections from misinformation campaigns.
Facebook, which has been inundated with negative press coverage, has found a new way to take its message directly to the public -- by paying a major British newspaper to run positive stories about it.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will keep 75 percent of the Amazon stock he and his now ex-wife MacKenzie own, as part of the settlement agreement disclosed on Thursday.
The Air Force is refining new cloud-oriented cybersecurity technologies to safeguard vulnerable data networks and strengthen defenses against a new generation of sophisticated AI-enabled cyberattacks.
Some new Facebook users have reportedly been asked to hand over their email address passwords as part of the sign-up process.
Australia's Parliament passed legislation on Thursday that could imprison social media executives if their platforms stream real violence such as the New Zealand mosque shootings.
Following the firing of a Southern Poverty Law Centerco-founder amid accusations of harboring asexistand fostering a racist workplace culture, conservative leaders are calling for tech giants to end partnerships with the organization.
John Legend voices Google Assistant, won’t use new cameo himself: it ‘might be a little freaky at home’
Google announced John Legend would be the new voice for its virtual assistant for a limited time in the U.S. starting Wednesday.