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Apple CEO Tim Cook says monopolies arent bad if theyre not abused

Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the existence of monopolies in business -- with a key distinction.

12 Dec 2019 4:35 am
Privacy advocates raise alarms about growing use of facial recognition by U.S. government

The federal government is embracing an expanded use of the technology despite privacy concerns.

12 Dec 2019 1:53 am
Navy prepares its new Ford-class carriers for F-35C stealth attack

The Navy is preparing its first two new Ford-class aircraft carriers to launch air attacks with the first-of-its-kind carrier-launched F-35C stealth fighter, a move expected to further transform maritime air attack and bring new mission options to commanders.

12 Dec 2019 12:09 am
What size TV should you buy? Heres the formula to use

In the tech world, bigger is better and TVs are no exception. Screens are larger than ever, and sizes that used to be out of reach for most households are astonishingly affordable.

11 Dec 2019 5:57 pm
San Franciscos poor street conditions a factor in citys loss of $64M Oracle tech conference: reports

Oracle, a major Silicon Valley tech company, will move its annual OpenWorld conference to Las Vegas next year over concerns about San Franciscos hotel rates and the citys poor street conditions, according to reports.

11 Dec 2019 10:38 am
Possible Bigfoot sighting revealed as scientists hunt for apelike creature in Oregon forests

Explorers and scientists are on the trail of legendary 'creature' Bigfoot in the forests of Oregon.

10 Dec 2019 11:26 pm
Humans can 'self-generate' their own misinformation, study shows

Although social media giants like Facebook and Twitter have taken heat for spreading misinformation, it turns out that we -- all of us -- may be our own worst enemies in the battle against the scourge of fake news.

10 Dec 2019 5:44 am
Navy Block V submarine deal brings new attack ops and strategies

Bringing massive amounts of firepower closer to enemy targets, conducting clandestine intel missions in high threat waters and launching undersea attack and surveillance drones are all anticipated missions for the Navys emerging Block V Virginia-class attack submarines.

10 Dec 2019 2:29 am
'I am Jesus Christ' video game causes stir

A yet-to-be-launched New Testament-inspired video game that lets gamers play as Jesus Christ is causing a stir.

9 Dec 2019 10:12 pm
RoboKiller: As robocalls grow, the consumer bites back

The scariest thing about October 2019 had nothing to do with witches, goblins, or ghouls.Some 5.5. billion robocalls were placed to Americans in October, a 12 percent spike from September, according to datacompiled by anti-spamappRoboKiller.

9 Dec 2019 8:41 pm
Companies can track your phone unless you change these security settings

For big tech companies, data is money. Their goal is to collect as much info about you as they can, and try as we might, theres no surefire way to shut them out entirely.

9 Dec 2019 5:46 pm
Unsend email, TV fire hazards, scouring Apple TV+ and more: Tech Q&A

How to unsend email, TV fire hazards, Apple TV+ and much more in this week's Tech Q&A.

8 Dec 2019 5:30 pm
4 ways to get cash back on Amazon

For many of us, holiday shopping has become searching Amazon. Wish lists and automated suggestions make gift-giving a carefree experience. You can conceivably find presents for all your loved ones without stepping outside.

7 Dec 2019 5:30 pm
Beware of hackers stealing your data multiple times this holiday season

During the holiday season, hackers are after just one thing:your account credentials.

6 Dec 2019 10:59 pm
Real-life Hal-9000, CIMON-2, headed towards International Space Station

Despite the fact the original CIMON went rogue and stopped taking orders in 2018, a second robot with artificial intelligence, known as CIMON-2, is making its way towards the International Space Station.

6 Dec 2019 10:48 pm
DHS scraps Trump-ordered plan for mandatory facial scans at US points of entry after privacy advocates, lawmakers raise concerns

The Trump administration announced Thursday that it'sbacking away from a proposal that would have required all U.S. citizens to submit to facial recognition scans at airports and other ports of entrywhenever they leave or enter the country.

6 Dec 2019 4:18 pm
Cellphone-related face injuries on the rise, study shows

You may want to put down the cellphone and switch to the speaker.

6 Dec 2019 6:19 am
F-22 armed with more precision attack technology

The Air Force and Lockheed Martin are now arming the F-22 stealth fighter with more long-range precision attack technology, a wider targeting envelope or field of regard and new networking technology enabling improved, real-time collaborative targeting between aircraft.

6 Dec 2019 2:22 am
Smith & Wesson targeted in cyberattack, report says

In this case, theyre after your money, not your guns.

6 Dec 2019 12:11 am
Your Smart TV could be spying on you, FBI warns

Consumers need to think seriously about the security of their Internet-connect Smart TVs, according to the FBI.

5 Dec 2019 1:54 am
How to spot a hidden webcam

During the holidays, many of us start racking up frequent flyer miles. Were visiting family and friends, and often booking a low-cost room in an Airbnb. While the joy of opening gifts around the holidays and sharing a meal is hard to beat, finding a hidden webcam is sure to sour the mood.

4 Dec 2019 9:30 pm
TikTok slammed after suppressing physically disabled users videos in 'anti-bullying' push

TikTok has come under fire for suppressing videos from disabled, LGBTQ and overweight users, in what the social media app describes as a flawed attempt to tackle bullying.

4 Dec 2019 9:20 pm
Pablo Escobar's brother made an 'unbreakable' smartphone and is using scantily clad women to sell it

Roberto Escobar, the former accountant for the Medelln Cartel has created a smartphone, the Escobar Fold 1, that he believes will replace the iPhone.

4 Dec 2019 7:14 pm
7 sophisticated shopping scams to watch for this holiday season

This Cyber Monday, U.S. shoppers spent a record $9.4 billion online $1.5 billion more than last years total and an astounding $12 million per minute. Yes, that number is every single minute.

4 Dec 2019 5:30 pm
Russian cows get VR goggles

Virtual reality goggles for cows?

27 Nov 2019 4:42 am
Pentagon pursues AI for space war to stop anti-satellite weapons

If a Russian or Chinese Anti-Satellite (ASAT) weapon streamed into space and exploded U.S. military satellites, friendly forces would instantly become very vulnerable to significant and extremely destructive enemy attacks - space-based infrared missile detection could be destroyed, GPS communications could be knocked out, guided weapons could jam and derail before hitting their targets and war-critical command and control could simply be taken out.

27 Nov 2019 1:36 am