Robots are secretly plotting to kill us. Or enslave us. Or, at best, they will take our jobs, one by one.
Tiny capsules embedded in the clothes we wear could soon be used to counteract the rise of sensitive skin conditions.
Twice in the space of six weeks, the world has suffered major attacks of ransomware—malicious software that locks up photos and other files stored on your computer, then demands money to release them.
Autonomous vehicles with no human backup will be put to the test on publicly traveled roads as early as next year in what may be the first attempt at unassisted autonomous piloting.
French researchers have released software tools that they claim can restore some of the computers locked up by a global cyberattack that held users' files for ransom.
Dish, a company known largely for its old-school satellite TV, is now trying to make it easier for people to stream quality video live over YouTube and Facebook.
Toyota is introducing a wearable robotic leg brace designed to help partially paralyzed people walk.
SpaceX is poised to launch its first recycled rocket on Thursday, using a booster that sent food and supplies to the astronauts living at the International Space Station in April.
The things that make human beings unique - fingerprints, irises, facial features - have become the preferred way to sign onto banking accounts online or other sensitive websites, the newest solution to the problem of hackable ...
U.S. corporations that have long resisted bending to the demands of computer hackers who take their networks hostage are increasingly stockpiling bitcoin, the digital currency, so that they can quickly meet ransom demands ...