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The newly formed App Defense Alliance will try to solve a malware problem that has bedeviled the Play Store since inception.
The absurd meme says a lot about generational divides. OK, boomer?
The original Google Pixel didn't make the cut for this month's Android security patches.
Does a balance measure mass or weight? This common question reveals a core confusion about lab instruments: It's not always obvious what they measure.
Full-scale replica of the Forbidden City? Check.
Fraudulent tech-support sites are causing the browser to lock up and display a disturbing message. Force quitting is the only way out.
We've tested dozens of robot vacuums. Whether you're up against pet hair, carpet, or hardwood floors, we have a pick for you.
Amazon's first wirefree earbuds let you take Alexa anywhere.
When humans give robots “tough love” by trying to knock objects out of their hands, it actually helps them find the best ways to hold things.
The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday released hundreds of pages related to the 2016 crash in Tempe, Arizona, that killed Elaine Herzberg.
The popular video app gets slammed by lawmakers over everything from children’s privacy to national security, as well as for its ties to Beijing.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
If you were an AT&T “unlimited” customer in 2011, you might be getting a partial refund due to undisclosed data throttling.
The two companies are racing to send astronauts into space. But they also need to bring them home safe, with parachutes that won’t fail.
Just because Idris Elba does it doesn't make it legal.
A new study examines how platforms talk about people who break their rules—sportily, morally, and sometimes hypocritically.
The super-smart, self-emptying bot-vac just keeps getting better at cleaning and navigating, as well as sucking the money out of your wallet.
Opinion: While well intentioned, the law has too many loopholes for malicious actors and puts too little responsibility on platforms.
OpenTitan is a so-called secure enclave based on open source that could shake up hardware security.
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