The Republican-led Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to begin undoing a key decision from the Obama era that could relax regulations on Internet providers.
Varcity is a new platform that collects massive amounts of image data of a city and uses algorithms to automatically create a three-dimensional model of it.
Researchers are working to improve the performance of autonomous drones in capturing video for movies.
New spyware can determine whether online users have visited whistleblowing sites on the Dark Web.
Researchers say they have created the world's first self-learning neuromorphic chip, based on OxRAM technology, that demonstrates the ability to compose music.
Researchers have developed microrobots that mimic the rowing action of the cilia present in the single-celled paramecium.
Robots are replacing human workers at a faster pace than any other point in history. Most of these robots are in factories, but a new kind of mechanized worker has hit apple orchards.
The world's largest genetics research center isn't at Harvard or Stanford or even the NIH. It's a 20-mile drive from Hong Kong International Airport, in the bustling Chinese city of Shenzhen.
The father of the Internet looks back at the last 50 years, and ahead to what faces IT.
The race to build the first useful quantum computer continues apace. And, like all races, there are decisions to be made, including the technology each competitor must choose.
Researchers have developed a unique mathematical model to probe interactions between prostate tumors and common cancer immunotherapies.
Google researchers have found a way to use artificial intelligence to produce entirely new sounds.
Disney researchers say they have developed a process that transforms high-resolution animated content into a novel video format to enable immersive viewing.
Researchers used the San Diego Supercomputer Center's Comet system in applying a novel algorithm to replicate neural pathways for controlling limb movement.
Now a number of female students at one of the country's top universities can use their face to open doors, according to news reports.
Compared to lithium-ion batteries, solid-state batteries don't have the potential to burn or explode, and they can recharge via energy harvesting.
NASA is asking scientists to consider what would be the best instruments to include on a mission to land on Jupiter's icy moon, Europa.
As the dust settles from the global ransomware attack that has crippled systems in more than 150 countries since Friday, the U.S. government's shadowy process for collecting and disclosing software vulnerabilities is again under scrutiny.
The U.S. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded Galois $1 million to make fully homomorphic encryption available to programmers.