The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the arrest of a Lithuanian man Tuesday, after he allegedly tricked two internet companies into wiring more than $100 million to various bank accounts.
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Republican Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz proposed the federal government use facial recognition technology to track illegal immigrants.
The co-founder of a "period-proof underwear" startup called Thinx recently stepped down from her leadership role after a former employee accused her of sexual harassment.
A tech-savvy drug dealer is now under arrest, not because of a technical misstep, but primarily due to the allegations he wore latex gloves to the post office.
A federal grand jury charged Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams Tuesday with 23 corruption-related charges, after an investigation originating in nearby New Jersey allegedly showed he took more than $100,000 in luxury gifts, tropical vacations and cash.
A California woman died after allegedly drinking herbal tea she bought in the Chinatown neighborhood of San Francisco.
People who use the internet more often are less likely to be politically divided, contradicting the popular belief that the web definitively perpetuates polarization, according to a new study.
U.S. authorities are allegedly requiring multiple countries' airlines to ban passengers of certain flights from bringing on almost any electronic device, according to reports.
A number of popular homosexual, bisexual, and transgender internet stars are criticizing YouTube over accusations the video-sharing website is censoring its content with a family-friendly filter.
A police department in the U.K. is planning to launch a 24-hour drone unit, colloquially referred to as the "flying squad," to help assist law enforcement.
One of the busiest public bathrooms in Beijing requires people scan their faces in order to get toilet paper because of a shortage of the product.
Uber President Jeff Jones is quitting after only six months at the ride-sharing company, attributing his resignation to inconsistent views with fellow leaders.
A cyanide trap administered by the federal government killed a 3-year-old Labrador Thursday and injured a 14-year-old boy in eastern Idaho.
A lawyer says law enforcement in Dearborn, Mich., conducted a "political witch hunt" after his clients were arrested for carrying firearms into a police station.
"Ransomware" is now so widespread that it cost businesses a total of $1 billion in 2016, according to a new report.
A $1.5 million bill that would translate the government's website into Spanish was shot down Tuesday, after a Republican representative pointed out the existence of Google Translate.
A police department in England wrote a humorous post on Facebook as a means to reach out to a teenager breaking curfew and avoiding their calls.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature called "Townhall," in which users can expediently identify and contact their government representatives on the local, state and federal level.
More than 33 million records from various corporations and government agencies were leaked recently, after researchers discovered the information was quietly made available to the public.