Military trained dolphins have found the Navy a big treat: a rare Howell torpedo, one of fifty in existence. Perhaps the aquatic marines deserve a bit of a treat?
Robots are getting faster and smarter, causing more industries to eliminate their labor force in favor of an automatic one. Could robots cost everyone their jobs?
Yahoo is rumored to be purchasing Tumblr for a hefty $1.1 billion on Monday. But the microblogging site has an adult-oriented problem: there's a lot of Tumblr blogs out there offering porn. If Yahoo acquires Tumblr, will the porn stay?
A 19-year-old Romanian student has crafted a self-driving car system which could cost a paltry $4,000.
Bitcoin payment services are taking off, despite the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's recent Bitcoin-related seizure. Will the ability to push the virtual currency anywhere in the world pay off for PayPal-esque services? Venture capitalists seem to think so.
Apple has removed Bang with Friends, the application based around facilitating one-night-stands among Facebook friends. Is it par for the course for the chaste Apple App Store — or is it a privacy issue?
The recent Associated Press scandal, where the Department of Justice secretly monitored the phone lines of over a hundred journalists, has renewed worries of U.S. snooping on European affairs. So much so, the European Union is considering 4,000 amendments to its privacy laws.
Yahoo is reportedly looking to acquire Tumblr, the hipster-fueled network in an effort to adjust the search company's age demographic and sell a few ads. That is, if Facebook doesn't beat them to it first.
An imprisoned Romanian hacker has come up with a device capable of preventing the very crime he committed: ATM skimming. How does it work?
Bill Gates is back on top of Billionaire Mountain after Microsoft stocks surged thanks to sales in business and server software. His main competitor for the spot, Mexico's Carlos Slim, has dropped due to his company's dominance in the Mexican market, causing the government to push for laws to restrict the telecom company's growth.
LulzSec, a splinter group of the Anonymous collective hacking group, went to town on the Internet for 50 days during the summer of 2011. The group's main members have since been caught, and now, sentenced. So why did they do it? At least one member, Jake Davis, explains.
Google Glas hasn't made much of an appearance at Google's annual I/O developers conference. Until today. In a breakout session "Developing for Glass" Google announced several new app for its premier wearable computing device. Here are the details.
Google I/O attendees get to demo a lot of products, but what about ones you can drink? Meet Makr Shakr, the robotic drink-delivery system that promises to shake up how we drink our drinks.
An outbreak of tornadoes ravaged northwestern Texas Wednesday night. Six are dead and hundreds are injured or homeless. Disaster struck, yes, but it's not over. Here's what happens next.