Hackers are trying a novel approach to extort developers of some money.
The bill would have been the first in North America to empower average people to repair their own devices.
Before and after photos of Qasym-Zhomart Tokayev suggest the interim president’s appearance has been beautified.
According to researchers, using this method, the entire contents of the New York Public Library could be stored within a teaspoon of protein molecules.
Verified.Me will allow people to consent to an institution sharing their data to verify their identity or access services.
The millipede is only 8.2 millimeters long, making it an “an extreme case of miniaturization.”
Microsoft's new community standards say Xbox gamers should trash talk by saying, "That was some serious potato aim. Get wrecked."
Who gives out more treats, dogs or wolves?
The demands are the latest move to pressure telecom companies, who said they would stop the sale of location data to third parties after Motherboard’s coverage.
Aluminum supplier Sapa Profiles, Inc. will pay $46 million to NASA, the Department of Defense, and other victims of its fraud scheme.
DIY geniuses came up with a solution to having too many browser tabs open using a 3D printer and an Arduino board.