Justice Department demands IP addresses of visitors to anti-Trump site
Justice Department demands IP addresses of visitors to anti-Trump site
Leon Clarke - Aug 17, 2017
The web host provider of a website that organizes protests against President Trump has cried over a Justice Department request to hand over personal identifying information of all of the site's visitors.
Conservationists lash out at plans to build natural-gas pipeline on scenic Appalachian trail Conservationists lash out at plans to build natural-gas pipeline on scenic Appalachian trail
Linda Mack - Jul 18, 2017
A natural gas developer has the blessing of Virginia's Democratic governor to build a 150-feet-wide pipeline along dozens of miles of Virginia's Appalachian Trail.
Lawsuit filed against President Trump for blocking followers on Twitter Lawsuit filed against President Trump for blocking followers on Twitter
Chad Young - Jul 14, 2017
The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, names Trump, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Russian hackers breached U.S. nuclear power-plant systems Russian hackers breached U.S. nuclear power-plant systems
Miriam Griffin - Jul 11, 2017
The report comes less than a day after President Trump and Russian President Putin said that they will form a joint cybersecurity working group.
Unprecedented heat waves force southwest U.S. to burn unprecedented levels of electricity Unprecedented heat waves force southwest U.S. to burn unprecedented levels of electricity
Joyce Clark - Jul 04, 2017
Power companies across the southwestern United States broke new records for power consumption last week as heat waves reaching as high as 119 degrees Fahrenheit descended on the region.
China ramps up battery production China ramps up battery production
Linda Mack - Jun 30, 2017
This production ramp-up will push China's share of global lithium-ion battery production to 65%, up from 55% today.
ESA space telescope will track down habitable planets ESA space telescope will track down habitable planets
Joyce Clark - Jun 24, 2017
Astronomers now know of more than 4,000 planets orbiting stars other than our sun, but they do not know for sure if any single one of them could hold life.
GOP data firm exposed voters' personal information on Internet GOP data firm exposed voters' personal information on Internet
Jose Jefferies - Jun 23, 2017
Deep Root mined 'deep' information about the way individual Americans would likely vote by collecting information about their perceived political preferences from social media.
Data breach exposes info of 62% of U.S. population Data breach exposes info of 62% of U.S. population
Kara Menard - Jun 23, 2017
A marketing firm accidentally blew open the personal data of nearly 200 million Americans, or around 62% if the entire U.S. population.
New robot has unusually good grip New robot has unusually good grip
Lila Alexander - Jun 21, 2017
University of California researchers have developed a robot that can figure out on the spot how to pick up an unfamiliar object with no pre-programming required.
Robotic vehicles would add $7 trillion to the global economy, says study Robotic vehicles would add $7 trillion to the global economy, says study
Kristy Douglas - Jun 04, 2017
The U.S. economy alone might gain $2 trillion, the analysts predict. Companies providing the self-driving vehicles will make big revenues.
Google AI bests the world's number-one human Go player Google AI bests the world's number-one human Go player
Vicky Webb - May 26, 2017
Twenty years after a supercomputer won a chess game against a human world champion, a Google-owned artificial-intelligence system has outdone the world's top human in the board game Go.
Wi-Fi signals can let hackers see into your house Wi-Fi signals can let hackers see into your house
Jason Spencer - May 10, 2017
The hack could also be used to locate people buried by avalanches or earthquakes.
Lockheed's fusion reactor in trouble Lockheed's fusion reactor in trouble
Tracy Williams - May 07, 2017
An updated technical report shows that the firm's reactor is 100 times larger than originally planned, and weighs a massive 2,000 tons.
Apple could be banned from importing iPhones to the U.S Apple could be banned from importing iPhones to the U.S
Billy Kirk - May 07, 2017
In the court filing, Apple said it had been overcharged billions of dollars through what it termed as Qualcomm's "illegal scheme."
North Korea could mark military birthday with missile test North Korea could mark military birthday with missile test
Ian Marsh - Apr 26, 2017
South Korea was bracing for a possible show of strength from North Korea to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the Korean People's Army on Tuesday.
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
Music streaming revenues hit high record in the US Music streaming revenues hit high record in the US
Adam Widmer - Apr 01, 2017
According to figures released yesterday, this brought the industry its biggest growth in nearly twenty years.
President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office
Adam Widmer - Mar 18, 2017
Donald Trump has continued to defend his allegations that his New York offices were wiretapped by the Obama administration.
Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster safe after six years Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster safe after six years
Tyler Henderson - Mar 14, 2017
Six years after the Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster, scientists now say that it is now safe to return.
BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010 BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010
Clint Huston - Mar 10, 2017
BMW AG has reported its weakest profitability since 2010, bringing to a close a tepid year for Chief Executive Officer Harald Krueger
Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus
Billy Kirk - Mar 09, 2017
Google has moved past the planning stage for its futuristic new campus after receiving critical approvals from the Mountain View City Council on Tuesday.