Motivated by the threat fake news poses to national security, Texas professors are teaming up to write code for detecting false claims lurking on the internet.
In an effort to appeal to young news consumers, Comcast Corp's NBC News announced Wednesday its plan to launch a daily news program on Snapchat, an app that the average user visits 18 times a day.
Six Afghan girls have been granted entry to the United States to participate in the annual international robotics challenge after being denied twice previously, sparking an international backlash.
New bills that would limit state regulations on self-driving vehicles and prevent the National highway Traffic Safety Administration from pre-approving autonomous vehicle technologies are expected to show up in the House this week.
Social media has become a platform for bad behavior, exemplified by celebrities and political leaders alike. Experts say cyber incivility is affecting social interactions in real life.
North Korea's missile test on Tuesday suggests the rogue nation may have dramatically expanded its missile range. They can't yet reach the continental United States, but doing so is only a matter of time, defense experts say.
In the aftermath of a malicious software attack that affected companies worldwide on Tuesday, analysis of the culpable code as well as recent events have led experts to believe that the attack may have been more malicious than a mere ransomware theft.
In many policy debates, the discussion has shifted from criticizing ideas to questioning motives. Can policymakers find their way back to civility?
In the Facebook Communities Summit Wednesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg moderated a panel to discuss the potential for social media to 'build community' across the world.
Will the citizens of the future connect through a ‘global quantum communication network?’ Time will tell, though China’s breakthrough in quantum satellite communication technology is a promising start.
In wake of recent terrorist attacks worldwide, Google cracks down on a campaign to counter the use of their platform by extremists and hate groups.
Crash Override or Industroyer is capable of causing power outages by ordering industrial computers to shut down electricity transmission.
A high-resolution security camera and Google's facial recognition technology combine to help protect people's homes, but the data capture raises potential privacy concerns.
AlphaGo proves its expanding expertise in the ancient board game.
The 150,000 euro fine is small, but part of a larger effort to hold the tech giant accountable for allowing user data to be taken by advertisers.