Artifical Intelligence being developed by Facebook has invented its own language system to convey detailed information with greater efficiency; however, to human eyes, the messages are completely nonsensical.
According to the Information, Amazon is considering opening up access to private transcript data from its Alexa devices to third-party developers, raising concerns of privacy for users.
Facebook is rolling out an update that would throttle links from users who are judged to be posting "vast amounts" of low-quality content onto their profiles and clogging up the news feeds of their friends.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have donated millions of dollars via the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative to TheDream.US, a program that will award over 100 college scholarships to illegal immigrants in the Bay Area.
Scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have created a machine learning technology that utilizes brain activation patterns to identify complex thoughts and sentences, which is, in effect, an ability to "mind read."
According to multiple tech companies, Walmart is telling vendors that they are not allowed to run any applications for the retail giant using Amazon Web Services, and should instead use alternate solutions, such as Microsoft's Azure.
Rowan University has published a guide for their professors instructing them how to "call out" supposed microaggressions in the classroom, with ideas such as meritocracy and wanting to be inclusive highlighted as especially negative.
After Netflix CEO Reed Hastings dismissed net neutrality as an issue that was only important to "the Netflix of ten years ago" at a conference two weeks ago, the company's Twitter account sent out a tweet claiming they would "never outgrow" the cause.
Foxconn, a Taiwanese corporation that assembles iPhones in East Asia, is considering building a plant in Wisconsin as part of a $7 billion investment that will create up to 50,000 jobs, according to the Associated Press.
Trevon Maurice Franklin, from Fresno, California, was arrested on Tuesday by federal agents for posting the entirety of Deadpool on Facebook while it was still being shown in movie theaters.
Theresa May, the newly re-elected British Prime Minister spoke at a press conference on Tuesday ahead of a visit to meet with the French President Emmanuel Macron, revealing that the two countries would be working together to push a new legal liability on social media and technology companies to remove "unacceptable" content that is promoted on their platforms.
IT workers at the University of California intend to file a lawsuit challenging their dismissal after they were replaced by offshore workers, arguing that those sacked from the UC San Francisco campus were discriminated against based on age and national origin.
Representatives of the Chinese government and the European Space Agency have been in talks regarding the construction of a possible moon base in the near future, it has been revealed.
MasterCard is currently testing a credit card with a fingerprint scanner embedded within it, creating an extra layer of biometric authentication to keep the accounts of their customers as safe as possible.
Facebook shareholders have demanded a report on so-called fake news and the apparent threat it poses to democracy and free speech, according to a proxy filing made on Friday.
Google has responded to claims that it rated InfoWars as a "low-to-medium" website on a reliability scale to limit its appearance in search results, blaming a vendor for doing so without their knowledge.
The German Federal Network Agency has ordered parents to destroy any "My Friend Cayla" dolls that their children have, or face more than $25,000 in fines for not complying. This ruling comes after the smart dolls were found to be transmitting audio recordings to a third party specializing in voice recognition for police and military forces.
Roku-enabled TVs will soon be able to direct viewers to similar content by detecting what they are currently watching.
According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation's new "Spying on Students" report, educational establishments that provide students with devices such as laptops or tablets are not respecting their privacy rights.
A 13-year-old boy was found dead by his mother on Monday evening after accidentally shooting himself while streaming on Instagram Live.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a press conference on Tuesday that Hitler did not use chemical weapons during WWII, arguing that Russia would be on the wrong side of history in supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. This sparked a clamor online of people quick to point out the existence of the gas chambers used to murder millions in concentration camps.
A video from China showing a factory floor where dozens of orange robots scuttle around delivering packages with extreme efficiency, removing the need for an army of menial workers, has gone viral.
Chris Bevington, an executive at Spotify, has been named as the British victim killed in Friday's terror attack in Stockholm.
US Navy SEALs have begun testing the effects of concentrated electricity on the brain in order to improve performance in strenuous situations.
In a meeting with Amber Rudd, the British Home Secretary, tech companies including Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft promised to crack down on terrorist content being accessible on the internet after the Westminster attacker, Khalid Massood, reportedly found tips as to how to orchestrate such an attack online.
Jeff Bezos, the founder and CEO of Amazon, has surpassed both Amancio Ortega and Warren Buffett to become the world's second-richest man.
Researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute have created artificial heart tissue with functioning vasculature by stripping a spinach leaf of its original cells and replacing them with human cells.
Venezuelan internet users have quantified the "Rare Pepe," converting the internet meme into a Bitcoin-linked alternative currency to escape the economic controls imposed by Venezuela's socialist regime.
A patent filed by Facebook detailing a proposed meme analysis engine has been uncovered.
58 technology companies have signed an amicus curiae brief against President Trump's latest immigration order, filed in a challenge brought upon the order in the state of Hawaii. However, tech giants such as Apple, Google and Facebook have not joined them.
Top executives from the UK arms of Facebook, Twitter, and Google appeared in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee on Tuesday and were grilled about an apparent failure to tackle ‘hate speech’ on their platforms. The committee directed most of their intense scrutiny towards Google in regards to videos posted on YouTube that are “peddling hate,” according to Labour MP Chuka Umunna. Focusing on videos uploaded by the ex-KKK leader David Duke and the now proscribed extremist organization National Action, Umunna accused Peter Barron, the vice president of communications and public affairs at Google Europe of profiting off of these videos, along with allowing the individuals themselves to make money as well. “Your operating profit in 2016 was $30.4 billion. Now, there are not many business activities that somebody openly would have to come and admit… that they are making money and people who use their platform are making money out of hate,” Umunna said. “You, as an outfit, are not working nearly hard enough to deal with this.” Barron responded by arguing that the profits they made from these videos were “very small amounts,” also saying that they would crack down on them. Fellow Labour MP David Winnick
Twitter has confirmed it is experimenting with greying out the profiles of users it deems are posting "sensitive content," displaying a warning to others before they can read their tweets.
Uber has lost a battle in the British High Court which has ruled that all private hire taxi companies must have their drivers pass an English language test to be allowed to operate in London.
Netflix's new Dynamic Optimizer system will use algorithms powered by artificial intelligence to compress video streaming, maintaining higher video quality on slower internet connections.
Google announced on Tuesday the launch of the new YouTube TV service: a so-called "skinny bundle" that lets you stream select cable TV channels on any device at a much cheaper price than regular cable television providers.
The only sample of metallic hydrogen, an incredibly rare metal that was first created by Harvard scientists in January, has been lost in a laboratory accident.
A livestream of a pregnant giraffe at Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, NY, has been removed from YouTube after being flagged for "pornographic content."
Blaire White, a transgender YouTuber and critic of cultural marxism, was hit with a 30-day ban on her Facebook page for "violating Facebook policies" but given no reason as to why the ban was implemented. However, after Breitbart News reached out to Facebook for comment, White's ban was lifted.
Michael Arceneaux writes in the Univision-owned blog, The Root, that Breitbart senior editor MILO's brand is one of "white supremacy."
The Washington Post has removed a reference to MILO in a piece about his upcoming appearance at CPAC implying that he "espoused racist, anti-Semitic and sexist points of view."