After Equifax revealed that a “cybersecurity incident” potentially affected 143 million Americans, the credit reporting agency launched a confusing and apparently useless website.
Angee Dixson joined Twitter on Aug. 8 and immediately began posting furiously—about 90 times a day. A self-described American Christian conservative, Dixson defended President Donald Trump’s response to the unrest in Charlottesville.
When Nicholas Kusmich was in high school, his faith was a big part of his life. At that time, his experience led him to believe that would be to go into the ministry.
3-D printers have been used to make fashionable clothes for the runway, pizza, and even prosthetic limbs. Now, the 3-D printer could be used as a potential infertility treatment.
After almost losing his own mother to the disease, Mexican teen Julio Rios Cantu has patented a bra that can detect early signs of breast cancer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook considered removing the Uber app from the App Store over privacy concerns, according to a report.
Artificially intelligent robots and devices are being taught to be racist, sexist and otherwise prejudiced by learning from humans, according to new research.
President Donald Trump has signed a repeal of internet privacy rules despite criticism that it threatens to undermine online safety and enable unconstitutional mass surveillance.
A search warrant issued to Edina police to collect information on people who used certain search terms on Google is raising concerns about constitutional violations.