Personal data, passwords and API keys have accidentally been leaked for sites all over the web.
Uber’s bad year continues, now with a lawsuit over stolen technology.
A new display uses lasers to create bubbles in a liquid to form 3D images.
Google has revealed that most DMCA requests don’t even correspond to real sites.
The company says it’s “deeply hurting” after reading reports of sexual harassment.
Cybersecurity jobs take up to six months to fill, and most candidates are unqualified.
West Virginia waters have become affected by fossil fuel operations.
AI coding may lead to automation and simplification of programming.
Astronomers have discovered a star system 39 light years away with several earth-like planets.
Swedish ISPs are standing firm against a recent court ruling ordering the block of a torrent site.
Uber begins a new experiment in autonomous ride-hailing after two months of prep.
Humans beat computers at a high profile translation challenge in South Korea.
Earlier this month, a milestone was passed as half of all web traffic became protected by HTTPS.
Researchers from Disney have created a power source that can charge electronics through thin air.
New reports indicate that one of Japan’s wrecked Fukushima reactors is in a worse state than thought.
Saudi Arabia is making a big push for renewable energy to cut their oil dependence.
Nintendo will be selling dev kits for the Switch at an indie friendly price.
Google has announced plans to remove their most annoying advertisements in 2018.
Australian researchers have made a breakthrough that will make it easier to produce carbon fiber.