Germany plans to test software that can automatically recognize a person's dialect to help determine whether asylum-seekers are really where they claim they're from.
Students are developing a virtual reality game based on James Joyce's "Ulysses" as part of a class at Boston College.
Toshiba Corporation today announced the results of field tests of electric buses charged with its wireless rapid rechargeable battery system. The tests, carried out with the cooperation of Waseda University, concluded that ...
Image-curation website Pinterest has become the latest social media service blocked in China, checks on censorship monitoring websites indicated Friday.
As the world moves toward an era of self-driving cars, Israel is positioning itself to be the Detroit of the future.
Intel's $15-billion purchase of Israeli firm Mobileye could help fuel the country's rise in the driverless car industry—not as a builder of vehicles, but as the brains behind them.
The IBS research group devised disordered arrangement of the antennas to minimize redundancy between the antennas and enabled each antenna to function independently. As a result, the device can provide 40 times wider bandwidth ...
Standard & Poor's cut its credit rating on Toshiba again Friday, warning that the troubled company's finances were quickly deteriorating owing to huge losses at its US nuclear unit.
Trumpism is slowly taking hold on your phone and computer, as the Federal Communications Commission starts rolling back measures that upset the phone and cable industries.
A Canadian man of Kazakh origins who was arrested in a massive hack of Yahoo emails appeared briefly via video link in a Hamilton, Ontario court on Friday where a date has been set for his bail hearing.