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A physicist has released an app that transforms that ordinary smartphone in your pocket into a device that detects elusive cosmic rays.
Facebook says it’s not afraid to go to court against spammers f technical measures to weed out fake “likes” don't succeed.
Marriott was hit with a $600,000 fine for blocking access to personal Wi-Fi hotspots at one of its hotels.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced a new initiative to put a fleet of self-driving cars on the street.
JPMorgan Chase disclosed to the SEC that a security breach this summer affects some 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
There are lots of music subscription services that let people listen to all the songs they want for $10 a month. Apple thinks that price is too high.
Susan Nichols says that she did not write a post suggesting a member of the grand jury had given her secret information.
After the public relations disaster that was Facebook's study manipulation emotional states, the social network is changing the way it does research.
Elon Musk took to Twitter to announce that the electric car manufacturer would be announcing what appears to be a new vehicle next week: "the D."
JPMorgan Chase told CNBC it was not aware of a new cyberattack on its computer network, striking down an earlier New York Times report.
The messages include graphic tweets and Facebook posts calling for violence against the girl’s parents Kate and Gerry.
Facebook has relented on requiring hundreds of drag queens to have their profile reflect their "real" name, calling it an honest mistake.
A man with a shotgun decided to bring done a drone flying over one of his neighbor’s home, according to police along the Jersey Shore.
Computer security firm McAfee has said that comedian Jimmy Kimmel is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online.