A massive data leak that occurred earlier this week might not be the largest in terms of the number of people affected, but it could be more damaging, as it will put half of the US population at risk of fraud for an indefinite period, according to experts.
A British designer has won the prestigious Dyson award for his origami-inspired material that stretches as a child grows.
According to a new Pew Research Center survey, approximately two-thirds of American adults get “at least some of their news on social media,” with about 20 percent frequently getting their information from social media.
Stanford University scientists have developed a computer algorithm capable of using a photo to predict a person's sexual orientation with up to 91-percent accuracy.
US-based South African inventor Elon Musk has posted the first photo depicting the SpaceX suit in full-bode mode, and it looks classy. Prepare for "an enjoyable ride!"
It seems that the Russian president’s recent prediction that the development of artificial intelligence will determine who will rule the world has struck a chord with the AI community.
Best Buy reportedly will stop selling Kaspersky Lab cybersecurity software due to fears that the company has links to the Russian government.
Just seven days ago, a rocky friend named Florence flew past Earth at a distance of 4.4 million miles, but what scientists didn't know was that she had some friends of her own riding along.
There are just a few days left until Apple introduces its newest wallet-thumping device, and the Internet is frantically guessing what it might look like and what features it has. Here are the facts that we know about the iPhone 8 so far, and how the Internet has responded.
Researchers from the University of Washington in the United States have found shipping lanes in Asia suffer from double the number of lightning strikes as other parts of the ocean. But how do they explain this data?
BMW and Jaguar Land Rover have followed Volvo in announcing plans to switch over to producing exclusively electric and hybrid cars. A car industry expert told Sputnik why more and more manufacturers are ditching petrol and diesel engines.
Jaguar has unveiled its first electric car, the E-type Zero, a model that is being hailed as the "most beautiful electric car in the world."
Putin said he would personally monitor production of vessels at the Zvezda shipyard in Russia’s Far East.
Hackers reportedly exploited a website application weakness to access the personal information of 143 million US customers.
The sun released a pair of powerful solar flares on Wednesday morning, one of which was the most powerful event since 2006. Despite mostly passing by Earth without incident, the flares still knocked out radio communications over about half the planet for an hour.
The use of facial recognition software is becoming increasingly prevalent among law enforcement, with protesters, activists and criminals responding to the development by wearing masks. Now a team of scientists claims they've developed a method that allows them to "see" beyond face-obscuring items.
Dragonfly, a group that infamously targeted the international energy sector from 2011-2014, appears to be back with a vengeance.
In Ukraine, a homegrown social network, Ukrainians.co, has bitten the dust after its foreign co-management firm withdrew support.
Scientists at the University of Texas have come up with a quick and unique way of helping cancer surgeons know much tissue to remove from a patient.
India's coastal state of Andhra Pradesh may see the world's first Hyperloop transportation system with the 35 km trip between Amravati and Vijayawada completed in less than 10 minutes.
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