The celebrities expected to attend will likely burn up tons of fossil fuel in order to make it.
Big Brother tactics being used by law enforcement officials once again
The 9,000 kilometer cable will boost internet speeds throughout Asia as well as on the West Coast of the US
ACLU argues law prevents academics and others from collecting data to investigate whether online algorithms may be discriminatory
Shock United Nations research highlights the terrifying prospect of extremists unleashing murder machines on the world
The bureau has asked for an additional $100 million for its cyber and tech divisions for 2017
Representatives' websites remain down following attack
Most Facebook users who have the app on their phone with location access granted likely don’t realize this could happen
"We were able to identify this issue..."
Find out how an internet shutdown could unfold and who would be responsible
Facebook CEO keeps tape over his laptop webcam for privacy
Find out what the technocrats have in store for humanity
Questions about accuracy and transparency plague the bureau’s five-year-old face matching system
Powers included in Bill so broad they'll allow GCHQ to hack into every phone and laptop in an entire town - so long as it is overseas
Once nannycrats get a bad idea in their heads, it never leaves
Stress has been building up along the San Andreas fault for more than a century, and scientists tell us that southern California is way overdue for a major earthquake.
“We get shut down or censored and the hate pages spreading defamatory propaganda against Republicans stay up…"
Privacy advocates brace for another vote, say it's time to flood Senate offices with phone calls
Vertical movement result of seismic strain that will be ultimately released in a large earthquake
'We're going to wake up in a few years in George Orwell's 1984'
"We were able to break down the noisy signals to isolate a simple vertical motion pattern that curiously straddled the San Andreas fault," researcher Samuel Howell.
China has more top-ranked supercomputers than US for first time since survey began...
Until recently, most Americans believed these diseases were gone from our shores for good.
Nuclear emergency responders being trained to fly drones and assess radioactive plumes under such scenarios
Government should make the process public and should provide system for oversight and review
Officials consult presidential candidate on 'merging humans and machines'
Significant implications for political discourse on the web and beyond.
Totaling 411.9 million images, this is an unprecedented number of photographs
Criminals can alter banks' most sensitive data, allowing fake money transfers and credit card fraud
Forced to stop when its battery died
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: "...ensures the internet remains a platform for unparalleled innovation, free expression and economic growth"
Complex organic molecule found in giant cloud of gas and dust near center of Milky Way