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A new chip developed by Xerox PARC under a DARPA program can self-destruct on command
A new radiation detector that is smaller and cheaper than previous units has been developed by DARPA. It can also contribute data to help build a network heat-map of radiation in an area.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, speaking at DARPA's Wait, What? conference in St. Louis, outlines why he wants tech companies to work more closely with the DOD.
Boeing's next generation compact laser weapons system is one step closer to the battlefield after it disabled a moving, untethered unmanned aerial vehicle.
The settlement between owners Escape Media and the record companies was made ahead of a jury trial for award of damages.
YouTube Kids blasted for ad-heavy content... new battery tech promises one-minute charge times... CurrentC payments coming mid-year
The FCC voted in favor of net neutrality on Thursday, but what does it all mean?
The new legislation would prevent the agency from moving forward with its decision to preempt state laws restricting city broadband.
The new FCC rules will also apply to mobile as well, Chairman Tom Wheeler said. They will almost certainly be challenged by large telcos and broadband ISPs, however.
Republican commissioners say the agency's action will likely be overturned by U.S. courts.
US Senator Al Franken started probing this month into the voice recognition technologies of Samsung and LG TVs
Expect Republicans to push for their bill in Congress and broadband providers to sue in the coming months
The agency's higher speed definition allows it to take new actions to encouarge deployment. But Republicans on the commission went a little nuts.
A district court judge in Carson City prevented the popular ridesharing company from operating in the state until at least November 7.
Reports saying the supposedly anonymous social media app is sharing user information leads to questions from Senator Rockefeller.