Apple's iOS 12 explicit content filters block sex educational materials, but allows porn subreddits and white supremacist content.
A special achievement in "The Stanley Parable" has lain dormant for five years, just waiting for players to finally earn it.
A recent filing with the SEC from To the Stars Academy "raise doubts about the company's ability to continue."
An Amazon spokesperson confirmed the existence of the program in an email. The system was only ever used in a trial and developmental phase, and never independently.
As my aging MacBook circles the drain, I wonder: have I overestimated my computing needs?
Google has discovered a secret weapon: it’s building devices that improve over time, and has skipped the diminishing returns of yearly hardware bumps.
No one is really sure who to believe after Businessweek's bombshell story on an alleged Chinese supply chain attack against Apple, Amazon and others.
Bethesda's new game isn't quite "Fallout 5," but it's pretty damn close.
Yellowstone Park's Ear Spring geyser spat up festering trash that has been marinating in near-boiling water for decades.
They were able to make out the writing on the scroll and now want to find more messed up old paper to experiment with.
Sex workers were placing ads and organizing far before the internet as we know it even existed.
What if you could block out screens in bars, public transport, and in shop fronts along city streets? That is the conceit of IRL Glasses, a pair of glasses that uses horizontal polarization to make screens that are on look as though they are off.
Low Tech Magazine has completely re-envisioned how websites work in order to create a site that uses very little power.
Facebook "discovered a security issue" that the company said allowed attackers to "take over people's accounts."
Nearly 30 years after Silicon Graphics ruled the high-performance computing roost, its supercomputers have found themselves a new home with a small community full of enthusiasts — some of whom weren't even alive during the company's heyday.
As the planet warms, ice loss at the poles — especially in Greenland — is having an effect on polar motion.
When Surya Raghavendran dropped his iPhone, he learned to repair it himself. Now he wants to protect that right for everyone in his home state of Michigan.
In the class action lawsuit, the woman says that thousands of content moderators are subjected to "highly toxic" content as part of the job.
DeepSense says it can analyze tweets to see if someone is a good employee. I'm going to need to make better tweets.
Joe Barnard has spent the last three years pioneering DIY landing technologies for amateur rockets and now the aerospace industry is paying attention.