Armed Army robot vehicles conducted reconnaissance, called for indirect fire and then, when directed by human decision-makers, attacked and destroyed enemy targets in a recent experiment designed to assess the technical maturity and readiness of autonomous ground drones.
First announced in September at its annual iPhone event, Apple has finally launched the Research appalong with three health studies, as the tech giant furthers its ambitions in the health care environment .
The Air Force Research Laboratory is immersed in early work on a new generation of hypersonic weapons designed to come after the currently emerging arsenal, expanding hypersonic mission options in new directions and introducing new air vehicle configurations.
Google shouldexplain why it's collecting mass amounts of health care data onU.S. citizens and ensure the information isn't being taken without permission, said Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., in a letter to Google CEOSundar Pichai Thursday.
A federal court ruled on Tuesday that searches of electronic devices belonging tointernational travelersat U.S. ports of entry violate the Fourth Amendment if done without individualized suspicion, handing a win to privacy rights advocates.
If you think modern society is bad seeing everyone spend reality staring at their phones, the big tech companies are racing for their next big business: getting you to throw away your iPhone for smart glasses.
Maneuvering attack helicopters through mountains, firing lasers from ground vehicles, commanding autonomous robot sensors, waging cyberattacks and creating microscopic explosions splitting cells in a laboratory are all images designed to capture a growing realm of Army experiences depicted in the services massive new ad campaign called Whats Your Warrior?
Data from a defunct neo-Nazi website leaked online last week, potentially revealing the personal information of hundreds of extremists, some of whom have been linked to acts of terrorism, according to reports.
Office workers spend thousands of hours per year poring over packed email inboxes, and some studies suggest that a quarter of the workday is spent sifting through digital missives. Despite text and instant messaging, email rules.
Netflix, once the sole player in the realm of the DVD by mail craze that later blossomed into the digital streaming era, will soon find itself sharing the pie with other media giants like Disney, Apple, and NBC as they debut their streaming platforms.
The Pentagon and industry are taking new technical steps to quickly alert commanders in the event that the U.S. comes under nuclear attack by increasing the time window with which decision-makers have to both defend and potentially retaliate.
Microsoftco-founder Bill Gates, who has a net worthover $100 billion, has slammed the tax policies of Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, saying her proposals could hurt building innovative companies in the U.S.
Alphabet's board of directors is investigating how executives handled claims of sexual harassment and other midconduct -- including the actions of Chief Legal Officer David Drummond, who has been accused of having relationships with employees.
The Justice Department has charged two former Twitter employeeswith spying for the Saudi Arabian government, marking the first time federal prosecutors have publicly accused Saudis of spying in the United States.
A trove of leaked Facebook documents paint a negative portrait of CEO Mark Zuckerberg -- reportedly detailing his efforts to consolidate his company's power and beat its competitors by using users' data as a bargaining chip.
Theres no doubting the benefits of keeping your important files stored digitally on your computer, as opposed to papers scattered throughout the house. But that added convenience doesnt necessarily make those files any safer even if you have them password-protected.
Thousands of Californiadrivers had their Social Security numbers exposed in a data breach that gave federal agencies unauthorized access, the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced Tuesday, according to a report.
Robocalls have tormented us for years. They've interrupted our conversations, dominated our work lines, and spread erroneous information across the country. The nation's Do Not Call registry is pretty worthless at stopping them.
What if a small army of forward operating robots were able to detect an upcoming river gap and then ... without requiring human intervention -- autonomously mesh together into a bridge-like structure enabling manned combat units to advance?