Could artificial intelligence actually help predict hacks before they happen? Some analysts predict that will be one development in the ever-shifting battle to protect computer systems from threats
‘Arctic is warming faster than any other part of the planet,’ oceanographer says; higher temperatures there may mean colder blasts in US, some researchers say
Just in time for the New Year, a device to help parents of newborns interpret those mysterious cries. Jessica Berman reports.
Past year has also brought self-driving vehicles and mind-controlled prosthetics, plus smartphone gadget for testing blood
Actor Vin Diesel occupied two spots among the top ten Facebook posts of the year, according to a research firm
Ukrainian Security Service SBU later blamed Russia for a malware attack that cut power in western Ukraine; Russia has not responded
Reuters said the move comes after Microsoft was asked why it had declined to inform victims of a 2011 hacking campaign of exiled Uighurs and Tibetans
Six-wheeled, smartphone-linked contraption that can carry up to nine kilograms of cargo will be getting a test in London and some US cities
Someday, there may be no such thing as a deliveryman. A small robot that can drive itself on sidewalks to deliver packages is going to be tried out in the coming months in London and in some U.S. cities VOA’s Deborah Block reports.
Most likely explanation is humans are coming in contact with forest inhabited by macaque varieties that normally host disease, plus mosquitoes that transmit it
Federal Communications Commission says video accounts for more than 60 percent of US Internet traffic; figure may rise to 80 percent by 2019
Government vows to tackle social media criticism of party without interrupting Internet ahead its five-yearly congress in January