Commentary: Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson continues his team's tradition of, well, interesting science.
The company, at the heart of the scandal involving the misuse of data of millions of Facebook users, says Alexander Tayler will be acting CEO.
The massive social platform appears to have lost control over user data, leading to a firestorm of red-hot #DeleteFacebook tweets.
The CEO and COO reportedly didn't attend a staff meeting about the social network's relationship with Cambridge Analytica.
The chipmaker says that the patches will arrive within a few weeks and that AMD device owners shouldn'-t worry about the reported flaws.
"Facebook's current app permissions leave billions of its users vulnerable," the nonprofit argues as a privacy crisis engulfs the social network.
British broadcaster Channel 4 shows Alexander Nix telling an undercover reporter about tactics Cambridge Analytica used in last year's US presidential election.
The 2019 Fusion will go on sale this summer, following its New York Auto Show debut.
Android phones won't get comparable 3D tech until 2019, industry insiders estimate.
Watch a clip from "Nightflyers," the upcoming Syfy series from George R.R. Martin. It looks just as bloody as Westeros.
Authorities might be rethinking the race to get autonomous vehicles onto public roads after a self-driving car kills a woman in Arizona.
In what may be his last science video, the physicist attempts to explain everything while traversing time and space and getting trapped by some ancient AI.
The Expedia-owned travel booking site says personal information like names, birth dates and billing addresses may have been accessed.
A yoga teacher in Virginia leaves the Marvel movie so buzzed he decides to infuse his classes with the spirit of Afrofuturism.