Amazon's Facial Recognition Software Misidentifies Lawmakers As Possible CriminalsFacial recognition software sold by Amazon mistakenly identified 28 members of Congress as people who had been arrested for crimes, the American Civil Liberties Union announced on Thursday.
Company Pairs Remote Operators With Self Driving Cars
Too Many Facebook Friends May Lead To Digital Privacy ProblemDo you know all your Facebook friends? Too many friends is a growing problem that could lead to a digital privacy problem.
Amazon, Developer Team Up In Bid For Smart Home DollarsThe world's largest online retailer is partnering with one of the nation's biggest developers to market its smart home technology.
Amazon Echo Device Accused Of Eavesdropping Dropping On CoupleAmazon is investigating after one of its Echo devices recorded a private conversation and sent it to a random contact.
Instagram To Let Users Mute Annoying AccountsInstagram is taking a subtle but bold step to quiet your loud friends.
Smartphone Detox: Why It's Critical To Disconnect In Our Digital WorldWhy a detox from your smartphone is good for your health.
SpaceX's Upgraded Falcon 9 Rocket Soars With SatelliteSpaceX has successfully launched a satellite for Bangladesh using an upgraded Falcon 9 rocket designed for dozens of repeat flights.
Scammers Using Cell Phone Porting To Steal Your MoneyHere's a serious warning about how thieves can steal your phone number and make their way to your bank account.
Students Taught Digital Privacy At A Young AgeKids are getting their first devices at younger and younger ages.
Facebook Asks Users, 'Does This Post Contain Hate Speech?'Is Facebook stepping up its efforts to combat hate speech?
2018 iPhone: All The Rumors On Specs, Price, Release DateGo big or go cheap? That is the existential question Apple may tackle in 2018.
Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Unscathed After Five-Hour Senate Grilling SessionDozens of senators attempted to take swipes at Mark Zuckerberg in his debut on Capitol Hill. None appeared to land a significant blow.