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Lunchback, a Swedish start-up, is hoping to pair interested users for lunch — but people will have to put faith in an algorithm to make the match.
WhatsApp plans to start sharing user's phone numbers and when they last used the app with its parent company Facebook.
SpaceX's Dragon made its grand return to Earth this morning.
Once infected, the phone could become a digital spy, capable of employing the iPhone's camera and microphone to snoop.
The Republican nominee's failure to turn his massive online support base into a robust fundraising tool is a missed opportunity.
Amazon is offering up car advice with the launch of a new research portal, however the retailer won't be acting as a virtual dealership.
If we're going to send the first humans to Mars in the early 2030s, the next U.S. President will need to be a strong supporter of space exploration.
Social media firms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are "consciously failing" to stop their sites from being used to promote ter
The hybrid of blimp, helicopter and airplane is designed to stay aloft for days at a time.
Singapore is taking the next step in the move towards self-driving vehicles with the world's first public trial of self-driving taxis.
A new report details how scammers are targeting bank followers on Instagram in the hope of luring them into handing over money for fake investments.
Leslie Jones' personal website has been taken offline after it appeared hackers posted her driver's license and passport and explicit photos of the actress-comedienne.
One side's too hot and one side's too cold, but this new planet would have a glowy orange sky and it's right next door.
If the speculation holds true, the next iPhone may be too skinny for the traditional headphone jack.
Cybercrime has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. and abroad, meaning digital security is more important than ever.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and other U.S. security agencies were investigating cyber breaches targeting reporters at the Times.
Fitbit did not steal rival Jawbone's trade secrets, a trade judge ruled on Tuesday, dashing Jawbone's hopes of securing a ban against Fitbit.
After performing a reset command on STEREO-B on Oct. 1, 2014, NASA lost contact with the spacecraft. That changed Sunday.
Japan is considering tapping into its mine of old consumer electronics to create Olympic medals made from the country's e-waste.