Tech & Science
Zebro Swarm Robot: Insect-Like Network Ready for Mass Production
Robots could be used after earthquakes in search and rescue operations.
Krack Wi-Fi Hack: Google, Apple and Microsoft Scramble to Fix WPA2 Vulnerability
The "unprecedented" issue affects anyone using Wi-Fi.
Why No One Likes the iPhone 8: Apple's Latest Smartphone Sales Fall Flat
For the first ever time, a new iPhone is being outsold by its predecessor.
What Is The Krack WPA2 WiFi Hack And How Can You Protect Yourself?
The Krack exploit means that it's open season on your WiFi network.
In Puerto Rico, Tesla Is Doing What Donald Trump Isn’t—Fixing it
Tesla, Google and Facebook are stepping up to fix Puerto Rico.
Russia Plans 'CryptoRuble' Cryptocurrency: 'If We Don't Do it, Europe Will'
CryptoCurrency can be exchanged directly for Russian rubles.
Thousands Wished Putin Happy Birthday, But Most of Them Were Bots
Russian manipulation of social media to spread propaganda has taken a bizarre turn.
The Biggest Drug Markets on The Dark Web Just Went Offline
It is not clear why websites including the popular Dream Market suddenly disappeared.
Over 500 Million PCs Are Secretly Mining Cryptocurrency, Researchers Reveal
United States is the worst affected country of secret cryptocurrency mining.
Netflix Phishing Campaign Steals Customers’ Credit Card Details
Hackers are posing as Netflix employees to trick customers into giving out their details.
Blockchain Used to Sell Real Estate for the First Time
An apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, is the world's first property to be sold on the online ledger.
iPhone Apps With Fake Login Pop-Ups Can Steal Your Passwords
Malicious iPhone apps can steal users's personal information through fake login pop-ups.
Bitcoin or Broke: Dutch Man Sells House in Hope of Cryptocurrency Boom
Didi Taihuttu moved to a campsite as he awaits another bitcoin boom.
PornHub Hijacked by Hackers in Massive Malware Campaign
Cybersecurity researchers say hackers have targeted the adult website for over a year.
Zuckerberg ‘Exploited Disaster’ with Puerto Rico Virtual Reality Stunt
Facebook users labeled Zuckerberg a "heartless billionaire" after he appeared as a virtual reality cartoon in the hurricane-hit island.
Microsoft Investigates 'Inappropriate' Pro-Trump Russian Ads on Bing Search Engine
Microsoft is investigating Bing ad sales as part of an investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. election.
Artificial Intelligence Lets Self-Driving Cars 'See Around Corners'
MIT researchers develop AI system that analyzes light patterns on the floor to view blind spots.
Mutant Chickens Lay Eggs Filled With Cancer Drugs
Scientists in Japan have developed hens capable of laying drug-filled eggs.
Bitcoin Now Buys You Citizenship in Pacific Nation of Vanuatu
The government of Vanuatu says citizenship to the Pacific Island can now be purchased using bitcoin.
Uber App Can Secretly Record The Screen of iPhone Users
The secret tool allows Uber or hackers to record screens even when users aren't using the app.
Elon Musk Says He Can Fix Puerto Rico’s Energy Crisis with Solar Panels and Batteries
If Puerto Rico takes Tesla up on the offer it could stop power outages and save 78 million gallons of fuel per year.
Bitcoin Mining Software in Popular Websites Like Pirate Bay Hijacks Computers
Cryptocurrency miners are exploiting the computers and smartphones of visitors to popular sites.
iPhone Killer? How Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Compare to Smartphone Rivals
Can the Google Pixel 2 finally topple Apple's dominance at the premium end of the market?
Welcome to Amazon, Georgia: City Offers to Change Name to Host Firm's HQ2
Cities are vying to be chosen as the location of Amazon's second headquarters.
Are We Living in a Computer Simulation? Scientists Prove Elon Musk Wrong
Oxford University researchers dispel theory that we are living in a computer simulation.