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The nation's top intelligence official warned that foreign hackers have been spying on the U.S. presidential candidates.
Virtual reality movie-making is taking flight at this year's Cannes Film Festival alongside traditional film offerings.
Airbnb allows hosts to offer free accommodation to disaster survivors, and LinkedIn has a micro-site that helps migrants find internships and jobs.
Apple will set up a software laboratory in India to help Indian startups and developers working on the company's iOS platform, Apple said Tuesday.
Girls scored three points higher than boys overall — a reversal of expectations because boys typically score higher than girls in math testing.
Apple's latest operating system update is "bricking" some iPads, users complained Tuesday.
America's healthcare organizations are being attacked by data thieves, but the industry is not doing nearly enough to deal with the growing threat, ac
But the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine are not just asking people to take their word for it.
A mysterious darkening star might not be home to an alien megastructure after all.
Cheating has gotten so out of hand in Iraq that officials have blocked the Internet nationwide to stop students accessing leaked exam answers.
To many, that might seem a frightening idea, even at a time when a few dozen of Google' s driverless cars are cruising city streets in California, Texas, Washington and Arizona. But Anthony Levandowski, a robot-loving engineer who helped steer Google' s self-driving technology, is convinced autonomous big rigs will be the next big thing on the road to a safer...
Twitterers may have more room. According to a report, the company plans to stop including photos and links as part of its 140-character limit.
Corvex disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media and urged the internet music streaming company to explore a sale.
Tesla's reputation came under fire over the weekend after a report claimed the company used cheap foreign labor to build one of its new facilities.
The U.S. attorney's office said that from 2010 to 2015, the group gained access to more than 150,000 press releases.
Germany registered around 1.1 million irregular migrants in 2015, most of them refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway on Monday revealed a new stake in Apple, in a bet that the stock's price could rebound after iPhone sales fell.
If you've started to think twice about what you type into a search engine or whether you should hit that Wi-Fi hotspot, you're not alone. Literally.
Astronauts serve as the stars, cinematographers and camera people for the new IMAX film 'A Beautiful Planet.'
Many communities are pressing for police to wear body cameras to eliminate conflicting accounts of incidents. Bu video can sometimes be deceiving.