A study commissioned by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission warns that the U.S. federal government is highly vulnerable to espionage or cyber attack due to its dependence on Chinese electronics and computer software.
Scientists have developed a tiny subdermal patch that monitors calcium levels in the bloodstream and creates a visible mole when cancer causes those levels to spike.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has “quietly solved” the theft of data from 168 million people, which was attributed to a 28-year-old hacker.
In an article published on his blog 500ish Words, Google Ventures partner M.G. Siegler published an article titled “Arrogance Peaks in Silicon Valley” which claims tech executives in Silicon Valley are becoming increasingly out of touch with reality.
The Skyrider 2.0, a new “super-economy” airplane seat designed by Aviointeriors, allows airlines to fit more passengers onto each flight by keeping them “almost upright.”
Feminist scholar Julia Coffey of the University of Newcastle in Australia was shocked when she learned that men care about their physical appearances.
Facebook has made moves to shrink their legal responsibilities under new EU data laws by storing as much international user data as possible in the United State instead of Ireland
Comedian Jay Mohr came out swinging against Fresno State Professor Randa Jarrar this week after she celebrated Barbara Bushs death in a series of tweets.
The radical leftist, still employed at the company, also suggested blacklisting right-wing sites and censoring YouTube.
Fresno State announced on Wednesday that they are opening an investigation into Professor Randa Jarrar, who celebrated former First Lady Barbara Bushs death earlier this week.
Charlotte “Charlie” Fien, a British pro-life activist with Down syndrome, was reportedly blocked by Twitter for 24 hours this week after posting pro-life materials.
The California Senate passed a super “Net Neutrality” law just as the Obama-era regulation of the Internet is set to be expire on April 23.
President Trump signed the FOSTA-SESTA anti-sex trafficking bill last Thursday, the same day Backpage.com CEO Carl Ferrer pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge related to the shutdown of what Attorney General Jeff Sessions called “the dominant marketplace for illicit commercial sex.”
Chief Minister Biplab Deb of Tripura state in India closed out his first month in office with a speech at a computerization workshop on Monday in which he claimed India invented the Internet about 3,000 years ago.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is under pressure to face European Union lawmakers over the recent privacy scandal that has engulfed his company.
Former Google employee Manuel Amador is one of three men who have joined James Damores class-action lawsuit against Google. He alleges a workplace in which “hostile, retaliatory, and oppressive conduct” would occur, and that ultimately he was “blacklisted” from future employment with the Silicon Valley giant.
University of Michigan Professor Sarah Ensor published an academic journal article this month that argues that humans should establish erotic relationships with plants.
Facebook has suspended conservative comedian Terrence K. Williams for posting screenshots of hate mail he received from liberals.
Fresno State Professor Randa Jarrar is facing criticism from by both sides of the political spectrum after she risked clogging a mental health crisis hotline by tweeting its phone number out claiming it was her own.
Three new plaintiffs have joined former Google employee James Damores lawsuit against the company, alleging gender, racial, and political discrimination.
According to an updated complaint from former Google engineer James Damores class-action lawsuit, Google reserves certain jobs specifically for “diverse individuals.”
Facebook has admitted to tracking the personal details of people without Facebook accounts across the web using Facebook “Like” buttons.
Meritocracy, winning, avoiding conflict, a belief in objectivity, and a colorblind racial frame were cited as examples of white dominant culture.
Fresno State Professor Randa Jarrar has requested leave from her teaching duties this spring, according to her Twitter account and information provided to Breitbart News by the university.
Facebooks shares fell on Wednesday after the companys stock received its first downgrade since January, according to a report.
The profiles of 48 million social network users were leaked from data firm Localblox, who left the data including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter user information on a public server without a password.
China, which is working hard to develop AI-powered killing machines, has suddenly called for them to be banned.
An Oxford college has apologised for causing “distress” to students after attempting to organise a cannabis-themed party, which was accused of “cultural appropriation”.
Robotics manufacturers and their affiliates are campaigning for a limited “electronic personality” to be granted to their high-tech automatons, but experts around the world are pushing back.
If Mark Zuckerberg really wants Facebook to be a “platform for all ideas,” as he repeatedly told lawmakers last week, all he needs to do is add a single, radical new feature to the social network.
San Francisco police are issuing $125 tickets and confiscating electric scooters as the new transportation fad goes viral — and sparks complaints from angry local residents.
Tehran – Irans supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei announced Wednesday that he would no longer use the hugely popular messaging app Telegram, shifting instead to domestic services.
A new report from telecommunications research firm Analysys Mason judges the United States to be in third place for the race to establish a nationwide 5G wireless network, lagging behind China and South Korea but just ahead of Japan.
A professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, argues in an academic journal article that professors should blend their “scholar and activist identities.”
A professor of education at Stanford University argues in a recent academic journal article that the tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons perpetuates white privilege.
Portions of the IRS online tax return system have gone down, creating delays before the Tuesday filing deadline.
T-Mobile has agreed to pay a $40 million fine for using banned “false ringtones,” especially in rural areas to “give the impression faulty calls were actually getting through.”
Elon Musks electric car company Tesla has stopped production on their already delayed Model 3 sedan and has replaced their automated production robots with human workers.
“Were entering an era in which our enemies make it look like anyone is saying anything at any point in time, even if they would never said those things,” the fake Obama says in the video.
A student at Binghamton University has been charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 19-year-old student Joao Souza, marking the second homicide at the school in a five-week span.
Facebook could reportedly face billions of dollars in fines over their facial recognition features due to an Illinois law relating to the collection of biometric data.
Companies like Facebook and Google continue to block and censor conservatives under the guise of preventing “hate speech.”
Police “arrested” a Canadian dog that bolted from his owners to run after a deer and placed him in the back of a police cruiser to teach him a lesson.
Chinese social media platform Sina Weibo, essentially Chinas version of Twitter, has reportedly abandoned a “clean-up campaign” that would remove “pornographic, violent, or gay subject matter” after users complained about the crackdown on gay material.
A Canadian couple may be finding themselves on the opposite side of the law for live-streaming the moment they tied up an alleged child sex predator, according to a report.