Charter has agreed to pay a record $174.2 million to settle fraud charges brought by the New York Attorney General’s Office.
The University of California, Berkeley, lost a beloved member of their campus last week, when a delivery robot was engulfed in flames outside the student union.
A spooky mystery that has been haunting the streets of New York City has finally been solved.
Google seems to be trying to distinguishing itself from the likes of Microsoft and Amazon with a recent statement claiming it will not sell its facial recognition technology until it figures out certain policy issues.
Robotic couriers that look a whole lot like Minions could be coming to your city next year.
A report on internet speeds across the country released on Wednesday shows which cities and states have the slowest and fastest broadband—and which providers are the fastest.
On March 13, 2018, an Uber manager reportedly sent an email to company executives, alerting them to the safety concerns of the self-driving car software, the high rate of self-driving car accidents, and the “dangerous behavior” of the backup drivers, according to a new report from the Information. Five days later, an…
For eight years, YouTube has released end-of-year Rewind videos that showcase some of the platform’s top trends, music, and memes. The recaps feature some of the most popular YouTube personalities acting out cheesy scenarios in an extended musical video, and are generally accepted to be awful. This year’s rewind was…
A blast at an Indian research laboratory on Wednesday left one dead and three severely injured, according to Indian news reports.
The New York Police Department has acquired an arsenal of 14 drones to help monitor the city.
Oath, the Verizon subsidiary born of the fusion of AOL and Yahoo, has agreed to pay $4.95 million to settle charges that it violated children privacy. It is the largest penalization ever to come from enforcement of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), according to the New York attorney general’s office
Facebook seems interested in moving into Google’s territory of, well, territory. The social media company teamed up with the MIT Media Lab to propose a new system for developing addresses using machine learning.
Hundreds of military service members reportedly got caught up in a sextortion scam run by prison inmates using cellphones, according to a release issued on Wednesday by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS).
After reportedly dealing with a personal crisis that interfered with a night of sleep, a commercial pilot caught up on their rest mid-flight.
One of the best things about working with a bunch of brilliant, delightful nerds is when you pose twisted questions in the office, everyone takes them very seriously.
The geography of King of the Hill is a little wonky, but I believe it takes place within a 60-mile radius of where I grew up.
The Federal Communications Commission plans to publish a report on Wednesday that will purportedly reveal whether internet service providers are providing the broadband speeds they claim they are.
A top artificial intelligence (AI) conference will officially use a different acronym as its shorthand name, following months of controversy fueled in part by last year’s event when Elon Musk reportedly made a joke about “tits” to a crowd of attendees.
A sleuth famous in the art world for tracking down works of art thought to be lost or destroyed has delivered one of his greatest finds yet—a Byzantine-era mosaic of Saint Marks that was stolen from a Cyprus church after the Turkish invasion in 1974.
Democrats and Republicans can agree on at least one thing: The spam robocall situation has gotten entirely out of hand.