Alphabet launches company to combat cyber security
Chronicle is Alphabet's attempting at combating cyber security.
Artificial muscle makes soft robots stronger
A new type of artificial muscle allows soft robots to lift nearly 1,000 times their own weight.
Artificial muscles could one day help robots lift massive objects
A team of researchers has created a new artificial muscle that could help robots lift far beyond their own body weight.
A SpaceX capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station
Despite the challenges, SpaceX was back at it in January with the successful launch of Falcon 9 which took place at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
Engineer creates the largest water gun ever
Engineer builds the largest water gun in the world.
MIT app can spot depression from the way you talk
MIT researchers created an app that can detect depression in a person based on their natural conversational and writing style.
Scientists use light to create silicon chip for quantum processing
A team of researchers just created a multi-functional quantum processor using light.
Tesla involved in another autopilot accident
The Tesla sedan hit a Laguna Beach Police Department vehicle, which fortunately at the time did not have an officer inside.
Technology identifies ways to help humans thrive
Technology is helping eradicate hunger and several killer diseases.
NTSB to investigate another Tesla crash
The 2014 Tesla Model S ran off the road, hit a concrete wall, and caught on fire, killing two and injuring another.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Advanced biometric features predicted in iPhone 8
The phone will also commemorate Apple's 10th anniversary, and as usual, alleged leakages are already flooding on social media and news outlets of the features of the new iPhone.
Facebook debuts international video product to rival Google
Facebook launches its Watch video service to users worldwide in a renewed bid to take on YouTube and Netflix with its original shows.
Madagascar's internet outpaces UK, France, and Canada
An impoverished island off the coast of Africa demonstrates the fastest broadband internet speed, superseding more advances countries by 24.9 megabits per second.
Researchers are closer to creating an optical artificial neural network
Scientists are closer to creating neural networks in optical circuits.
Scientists manipulate single atoms with electron beam
Researchers can now manipulate single atoms using an electron beam, which could pave the way for atomic memory in cellphones in computers.
South Korean researchers might make fingerprints the new phone security standard
New smartphone research is examining a screen that doubles as a finger sensor and touch-screen.
NASA to test supersonic aircraft technology with Texas residents
The F/A-18 Hornet aircraft will fly over Galveston while performing dive maneuvers to determine noise levels.
Scientists predict intelligence using brain scans
Scientists used brain scans to predict intelligence using machine-learning algorithms.
New science facility aims to shrink accelerators
Developments have begun towards an upgrade to the Facility for Advanced Accelerator Experimental Tests.
Sony's E3 2018 six biggest announcements
Sonyhas followed arch-rival Microsoft with abig-budget press conference, showcasing the latest games for its PlayStation 4 console.
Microsoft highlights exclusive Xbox games during E3 2018 to dominant rival Sony Playstation
Analysts said the focus on more first-party content will help Microsoft's gaming unit in the future as it competes with Sony's PlayStation 4.
Mozilla offers $225K towards AI and advocacy exploration
Mozilla's latest awards will support businesses and projects that examine the effects of AI on society.
Microsoft to acquire GitHub
Microsoft is about to finalize their purchase of the coding website GitHub.
Facebook gave personal data to 60 companies: report
Facebook reportedly gave personal data to 60 companies including Apple, Amazon and Samsung.
Google ends Pentagon Artificial Intelligence project
Top Google executive Diane Greene told staff on Friday there would be no renewal of the contract, which stem from several employees resigning and protesting AI projects with the military.
Amazon's Prime Pantry service will now require a monthly fee
Amazon is revamping their Prime Pantry service.
EOS blockchain project forced to patch 'epic' security loopholes prior to launch
New blockchain initiative demonstrates opportunities for severe attacks to occur on nodes, providing malicious users full control and access to transactions.
IBM unveils the 'world's smallest computer'
IBM's main chip initiative stems from a focus towards supply chain management and counterfeit protection.
Microsoft and Google jointly disclose new CPU flaw
Microsoft disclosed its discovery of the new bug back in November 2017, which may slow down processors.
Facebook's Terragraph will replace fiber broadband in 2019
DSL and cable could respectively be replaced, with an exception to the forthcoming 5G monopoly.
Twitter implements content strategy through new ranking system
Twitter makes strides to keep conversations and search results on topic based on user analytics with mentions and hashtags.
Trump administration selects 10 cities to test drone technology
Limited application were approved for drone technology use in the U.S., of which will create jobs and save lives.
Major eFail vulnerability exposes PGP encrypted email
GnuPG refutes EFF comments concerning the purported PGP vulnerability.
YouTube 'Take a Break' feature enabled for Android devices
The latest update on the YouTube app enables users to set reminders to 'take a break'.
U.S. drone program accepts Apple and rejects Amazon
Ten commercial drone projects have been selected to try out new ways for unmanned aircraft to be integrated into U.S. airspace.
Kodak partners with blockchain project to raise $50M in token offering
Developer Wenn Digital created KodakOne with initial plans to protect copyright photography elements on the blockchain platform, which will be released in late 2018.
Apple removes iOS apps for sending user location data to third parties
Technology developer Apple Inc. cites violation of two sections in its App Store guidelines.
Google alters policies for buying election adverts
Google Inc. will track and record who buys political adverts towards the November 2018 elections.
Apple alerts certified service providers of iPhone audio issues
An affected iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus is no longer covered by warranty.
Galaxy Note 9 to launch ahead of schedule
Samsung reports an early release of their next generation Galaxy smartphones in wake of low sales.
Alphabet launches company to combat cyber security
Chronicle is Alphabet's attempting at combating cyber security.
Artificial muscle makes soft robots stronger
A new type of artificial muscle allows soft robots to lift nearly 1,000 times their own weight.
Artificial muscles could one day help robots lift massive objects
A team of researchers has created a new artificial muscle that could help robots lift far beyond their own body weight.
A SpaceX capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station
Despite the challenges, SpaceX was back at it in January with the successful launch of Falcon 9 which took place at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
#OscarsSoWhite creator speaks out on latest Academy invitee class
April Reign, creator of #OscarsSoWhite, is not satisfied with attempts by the Academy to diversify.
Eagled-eyed machine learning algorithm outperforms human experts
Scientists just trained a machine learning algorithm to best human experts in the analysis and detection of microscopic radiation damage in materials.
Iran step-up its nuclear program builds new centrifuge factory
The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi, said it has built a factory that can produce rotors.
AI writes its own horror-story content
MIT researchers have applied artificial neural network technology to create a software bot that can generate horror story material. The bot read thousands of human-authored scary stories and learned enough from them to spin coherent and macabre sentences and paragraphs.
Engineer creates the largest water gun ever
Engineer builds the largest water gun in the world.
Xbox is losing the video game console war: report
Microsoft's Xbox One video game console is being significantly outsold by Sony's PlayStation 4.
MIT app can spot depression from the way you talk
MIT researchers created an app that can detect depression in a person based on their natural conversational and writing style.
Shape-shifting material can morph and reverse itself with heat and light
A new study just created an adaptable material that can morph into shapes and revert back to its original state.
Scientists use light to create silicon chip for quantum processing
A team of researchers just created a multi-functional quantum processor using light.
Tesla involved in another autopilot accident
The Tesla sedan hit a Laguna Beach Police Department vehicle, which fortunately at the time did not have an officer inside.
Uber introduces new 911 feature
The Uber 911 feature will provide vehicle make, model and license plate to emergency services.
CERN's Large Hadron Collider accelerates atoms for first time ever
A new CERN experiment accelerates atoms for the first time ever in an attempt to test the new Gamma Factory concept.
Artificial intelligence can predict your personality by tracking your eyes
Researchers created artificial intelligence that can predict personality traits by tracking eye movements.
Technology identifies ways to help humans thrive
Technology is helping eradicate hunger and several killer diseases.
NTSB to investigate another Tesla crash
The 2014 Tesla Model S ran off the road, hit a concrete wall, and caught on fire, killing two and injuring another.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Advanced biometric features predicted in iPhone 8
The phone will also commemorate Apple's 10th anniversary, and as usual, alleged leakages are already flooding on social media and news outlets of the features of the new iPhone.
Facebook debuts international video product to rival Google
Facebook launches its Watch video service to users worldwide in a renewed bid to take on YouTube and Netflix with its original shows.
Yahoo's Co-founder Jerry Yang believes golf is about to enter a new age of innovation
Yahoo's Co-founder Jerry Yang believes golf is about to enter a new age of innovation, and the game's ruling bodies stand to benefit and also be challenged by the changes
China surpasses 800 million internet users
Chinese Internet users surge to 802 million in the test of government's ability to manage the world's biggest online community.
Madagascar's internet outpaces UK, France, and Canada
An impoverished island off the coast of Africa demonstrates the fastest broadband internet speed, superseding more advances countries by 24.9 megabits per second.
Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India
India's strategy to lure technology manufacturers succeeds, as demonstrated in procuring Samsung Electronics.
Dr. Luke slams Kesha allegations; attorney claims 'trial by Twitter'
Kesha is in the middle of trying to get out of a recording contract.
HBO, Game of Thrones cast suffer a string of online hacks
Nikolai Coster-Waldau, who plays the prince Jaime Lannister on the show, told the Daily Beast that one HBO's executives called him several weeks ago to tell him that his info had been compromised.
Researchers are closer to creating an optical artificial neural network
Scientists are closer to creating neural networks in optical circuits.
Very Large Telescope's new optics reveal sharp Neptune images
The Very Large Telescope's new optics technique revealed amazingly detailed images of Neptune.
Researchers use underwater Pokeball to capture sea creatures
A team of researchers created an origami-inspired underwater Pokeball that captures sea creatures inside its folding polyhedral enclosure.
Machine learning technique could bolster robotic vision
Researchers developed a new machine learning technique with the potential to improve robotic vision.
Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy
A new study reveals a unique hybrid device that harvests both mechanical and magnetic energy.
Scientists manipulate single atoms with electron beam
Researchers can now manipulate single atoms using an electron beam, which could pave the way for atomic memory in cellphones in computers.
Einstein VR helps people with low self-esteem
A new study places participants into the body of Einstein using VR with interesting results.
Scientists use X-rays to train artificial intelligence
The future of teaching artificial intelligence might lie in X-rays.
Are smartphones spying on us?
Researchers claim that popular smartphone apps are secretly taking screenshots of your activity.
South Korean researchers might make fingerprints the new phone security standard
New smartphone research is examining a screen that doubles as a finger sensor and touch-screen.
NASA to test supersonic aircraft technology with Texas residents
The F/A-18 Hornet aircraft will fly over Galveston while performing dive maneuvers to determine noise levels.
Scientists predict intelligence using brain scans
Scientists used brain scans to predict intelligence using machine-learning algorithms.
Photographing life impairs memory formation, study says
Taking pictures impairs our memories of the events being captured, according to a new study.
SpaceX launches flying robot head to befriend and spy on astronauts
SpaceX launched an orb-shaped flying robot head to befriend and spy on astronauts at the International Space Station (ISS).
Scientists use new coating to make natural fabrics waterproof
Fabrics like nylon, cotton, and linen might eventually be coated with a new waterproof coating.
Young scientist invents robot to hunt ocean plastic
Young inventor builds a robot to hunt ocean plastic.
Sony faces a rising Fortnite backlash at E3 2018
Gamers await comment from the PlayStation firm while its rivals maintain a competitive edge during the "cross-play" restrictions imposed on Fortnite.
New science facility aims to shrink accelerators
Developments have begun towards an upgrade to the Facility for Advanced Accelerator Experimental Tests.
Sony's E3 2018 six biggest announcements
Sonyhas followed arch-rival Microsoft with abig-budget press conference, showcasing the latest games for its PlayStation 4 console.
Microsoft highlights exclusive Xbox games during E3 2018 to dominant rival Sony Playstation
Analysts said the focus on more first-party content will help Microsoft's gaming unit in the future as it competes with Sony's PlayStation 4.
Mozilla offers $225K towards AI and advocacy exploration
Mozilla's latest awards will support businesses and projects that examine the effects of AI on society.