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"We're now approaching the technological threshold where the little guys can do it to the big guys," one researcher said.
It wasn't simple to become a do-it-all education tool almost overnight.
Politics is roiling the semiconductor business model, sparking a drive for more autonomy from the U.S. to China, Europe and Japan.
Recent developments point to promise for driverless car technology, if we stay realistic.
Technology that allows people to perform physical work remotely is proliferating across a host of occupations.
Researchers at Japan's University of Tokyo created novel three-dimensional design software for producing sophisticated, interlocking wooden joints that do not require nails, glue, or tools.
Cybersecurity company Trustwave says it discovered a hacker selling personally identifying information on 245 million Americans, including voter registration data for 186 million.
Researchers have developed a human motion-capture system using an ultra-wide fisheye camera strapped to the user's chest.
Job search engine Indeed said entry-level PHP developer is the fastest-growing technology job industry-wide.
Google parent Alphabet is piloting a project to revolutionize agriculture and food production by using solar-powered electric buggies to monitor crops.
While Northeastern University faculty are expected to return, requests for remote work will still be accepted and addressed on a case-by-case basis.
Even as the Justice Department sued Google, some antitrust experts wondered whether a different government response would be more effective.
Washington DC-based nonprofit Upturn found law enforcement officials regularly break into encrypted smartphones, and police in all U.S. states have phone-hacking tools.
Engineers at the University of Colorado, Boulder have designed a pufferfish-inspired robot that could enhance the safety of flying drones.
Scientists at Canada's University of Waterloo suggest artificial intelligence models should be capable of “less than one”-shot learning.
Electric automaker Tesla has providing a number of owners of its vehicles a software update to enable the cars to steer better and accelerate without human control.
From the obvious (Steve Jobs unveils the iPhone) to the obscure (AT&T stops charging an hourly rate for internet access), these events were landmarks.
U.S. Cyber Command (CyberCom) has launched a campaign to temporarily disrupt the world's largest botnet, in order to mitigate its potential interference in the presidential election.
Corporate boards could soon be looking for technology talent amid a shortfall, with digital business models gaining due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Qihoo 360's Netlab security team has discovered the HEH Botnet, which hijacks Internet-connected smart devices to carry out nefarious tasks.
Researchers are turning to artificial intelligence to help doctors differentiate between Covid-19 and the flu.
Unanimous decision of board to up sticks from Delaware.
Quantum Inspire is smaller than IBM's Quantum Experience, but offers the first online quantum processor that uses electron spins in quantum dots as qubits.
The World Economic Forum predicts robotics and artificial intelligence advancements will lead to a net increase in jobs over the next five years.
Microsoft has partnered with SpaceX and others to make its Azure cloud technology available and accessible to people anywhere on Earth, and potentially to those who travel to space.
General Motors' Cruise autonomous vehicle unit said it will remove human backup drivers from the driverless vehicles it is testing on San Francisco streets by year's end.
Computer scientists have expressed concerns about the security of voting machines used in 49 Florida counties.
Researchers have developed a machine learning algorithm that can transform ancient maps into Google-style satellite image.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researchers used deep learning neural networks to model water molecule interactions.