Utilizing the massive amounts of computing power at its disposal, Google has manage to successfully generate the first cryptographic hash collision of SHA-1, further advocating its deprecation.
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Tesla has filed suit in California against former Autopilot head, Sterling Anderson. The electric vehicle manufacturer claims Anderson illegally recruited engineers and stole data for his new startup.
Samsung may be working on a new fitness wearable, dubbed the Gear Fit Pro, at least according to a recently spotted European trademark filing from the South Korean electronics giant.
In an effort to improve access to White House press briefings, the Trump Administration announced the addition of four "Skype seats" for reporters not located in or near the US capital.
Targeting customers who escaped the phone crippling update earlier this month, Verizon is set to start forwarding all non-emergency Galaxy Note7 calls to their customer service department.
Samsung Group, still reeling from the Note 7 debacle, is now finding itself in legal trouble, with the company's head being pursued in relation to the corruption scandal that rocked South Korea.
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, overturning a prior decision, has ruled that a proposed class-action lawsuit alleging Apple's App Store constitutes a monopoly shall proceed.
Lowering the barrier to driverless vehicle AI development, Deepdrive and OpenAI's Universe have collaborated to ease install and setup of Grand Theft Auto V as an AI teaching aide.
Responding to a defamation lawsuit demanding $15 million, Techdirt opens up the case itself, the backstory, and the potential implications in regards to its future and the First Amendment.
The HDMI Forum just provided an early look at the specifications for its new HDMI 2.1 format, which includes support for 10K panels, higher refresh rates, and object-based audio support.
In a deeply unpopular move, Norway will officially begin killing off its FM network. Critics have cited a lack of sufficiently upgraded car stereos and potential impacts to emergency broadcasts.
In light of the DDoS attack that utilized IoT devices to cripple huge swaths of the internet last October, the FTC has launched a contest to find creative ways to secure "smart" products.
Microsoft took to MSDN to shoot down a rumor spread by numerous sites claiming the removal of the ubiquitous command prompt, while clarifying the misreported change.
Misfit, known for their super sleek and extremely sexy Shine 2 activity monitor, has just entered the increasingly crowded world of smartwatches with the Vapor, a slick watch with some cool tricks.
In response to a request from the Chinese government, Apple has removed both the English and Chinese language versions of the New York Times news app from the Chinese App Store.
QuirkLogic, working closely with E Ink Holdings, announced the world's first and largest connected eWriter, the Quilla, an ePaper powered 42" reimagining of the office whiteboard.
Garmin finally has a connected multisport watch range, in the form of the fēnix 5 series, fit for the wrists of workout and style junkies alike, including a smaller and thinner 42mm model.