Yo, the single-function app that became a cause célèbre over the past month in the tech world, has confirmed a $1.5 million round of funding with investors including Betaworks and Mashable CEO and founder Pete Cashmore.
UK aerospace and defense contractor BAE Systems have taken the wraps off several concepts it envisions as possible tools for the military in the decades to come — and if these designs are any guide, future battlefields are going to look like the...
Some of the largest news publications in the UK expressed frustration this week after Google notified them that it would be removing select articles from search results following the "right to be forgotten" in the European Union The BBC complained...
Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant, has successfully predicted the outcome of every match of this year's World Cup elimination round. This means Cortana is on track to correctly predict more World Cup wins than Paul the Octopus.
When you reach out to people you admire, asking them to chat about their careers, you probably think it’s an obvious decision for them to help you. After all, who doesn’t want to use their hard-won expertise to catapult other people to success?
The furor surrounding Facebook's decision to conduct an experiment that secretly manipulated the News Feed of some users to study emotion contagion reached a peak this weekend, with many calling the act creepy at best, and downright unethical at...
Netflix is giving some of you permission to have a one-night stand with your favorite bad movie. The company is testing a "private viewing" feature that allows users to hide a movie or show from their viewing history and recommendations.
Amazon doesn't want to wait for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to figure out how and when to integrate drones in the American airspace, so it has asked for permission test the flying delivery robots as soon as possible.
Major manufactures such as Samsung, Dell and Intel are joining forces to create an industry standard for the way smart home gadgets like thermostats and refrigerators communicate with each other, as a part of the so-called Internet of Things.
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