Alaska's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race uses technology so organizers and fans worldwide can monitor the race in real time.
Jerry Merryman was one of the three men credited with inventing the handheld calculator while working at Dallas-based Texas Instruments.
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Huawei Technologies Co., the Chinese telecom giant facing multiple criminal indictments in the U.S., is expanding on a Russian company's failed legal argument to bolster its claim that American authorities have gone too far in trying to protect national security.
Jerry Merryman, a self-taught electrical engineer who helped design the first pocket calculator, died on Feb. 27 in Dallas. He was 86.
New Zealand farmers are using drones to herd livestock.
Israel's first lunar lander, nicknamed Beresheet, is back on course for the Moon despite recently missing a planned orbit-raising engine burn due to an unexpected computer reset.
A survey on the love/hate relationships between software engineers and coding languages found Google's Go language was the global leader.
Researchers have used computer simulations and three-dimensional models to learn more about how Mesozoic-era ichthyosaurs swam.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology scientists are using autonomous underwater vehicles to map out phytoplankton distribution in the North Atlantic Ocean.
At the endless booths of this week's RSA security trade show in San Francisco, an overflowing industry of vendors will offer any visitor an ad nauseam array of "threat intelligence" and "vulnerability management" systems.
As an experienced cyber first responder, Julian Gutmanis had been called plenty of times before to help companies deal with the fallout from cyberattacks.
Huawei Technologies Co. sued the U.S. government for barring its equipment from certain networks, delivering a legal riposte to American accusations it aids China in espionage.
Taiwanese researchers have developed an artificial intelligence bot that interjects in real time to identify factual errors and alternative interpretations in news posts.
Cisco has advised enterprise users of its wireless virtual private network and firewall routers to immediately install updates to patch a critical flaw.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology hosted a fireside chat, featuring six of its professors who have received ACM's A.M. Turing Award.
Apple is looking to fill more software jobs than hardware jobs for the first time in years.
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The Cigar Galaxy (also known as M82) is famous for its extraordinary speed in making new stars, with stars being born 10 times faster than in the Milky Way.
Encryption should have limits. That's the message FBI Director Christopher Wray had for cybersecurity experts Tuesday.