Researchers have developed a cybersecurity system that sets a new standard in the fight to protect users from malicious online attacks.
Twenty-one leading U.S. universities have formed a group that aims to promote programs to teach students how to handle the consequences of technology.
An international research team warned of a critical backdoor flaw in Switzerland's new Internet voting system.
Venture-backed startups have been dispatching cooler-sized robots in cities around the U.S. to deliver food and groceries to customers' doorsteps.
If Kaspersky, Huawei and ZTE are suspected of helping Russia and China spy on U.S. government computer systems, they shouldn't be allowed near sensitive academic research projects.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, on his invention of the World Wide Web in 1989.
The potential end to a controversial National Security Agency phone records collection program is energizing privacy groups and lawmakers who have long called for stricter limits on domestic surveillance powers.
Imagine a world where you can find out exactly what lies under your feet, get advanced warning of volcanic eruptions, look around corners or into rooms, and detect initial signs of multiple sclerosis.
The internet consists of tiny bits of code that move around the world, traveling along wires as thin as a strand of hair strung across the ocean floor. The data zips from New York to Sydney, from Hong Kong to London, in the time it takes you to read this word.
Researchers at Purdue University have developed an all-in-one platform to help investigators solve cybersecurity crimes.
Poor-quality customer and business data may be keeping companies from leveraging digital tools to reduce costs, increase revenue, and stay competitive.
A new ultra-low power hybrid chip inspired by the human brain could help small robots collaborate and learn from their experiences.
The fraying World Wide Web needs to rediscover its strengths and grow into maturity, its designer Tim Berners-Lee said on Monday, marking the 30th anniversary of the collaborative software project his supervisor initially dubbed "vague but exciting".
Big data can support the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
As technology becomes increasingly pervasive in American life, universities across the United States have been devising ways to teach students how to grapple with the consequences on society.
Japanese startup Vaak has developed artificial intelligence software that looks for potential shoplifters on video surveillance footage.
Employers across a spectrum of industries are welcoming applicants with experience in making or playing videogames.
The U.S. National Security Agency has chosen to open source the cybersecurity tool Ghidra, a reverse-engineering platform that takes "compiled" software and "decompiles" it.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found that state-of-the-art object-detection systems are better at detecting people with lighter skin tones.
The Aravind Eye Hospital in Madurai, India, is working with Google artificial intelligence scientists to automate the identification of diabetic retinopathy.