Check out the first full-length trailer for the live action "Halo: Nightfall" series coming to Xbox Nov. 11, on which "Alien" director Ridley Scott claims an executive producer credit.
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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers told members of Britain's Parliament this week he wants to charge National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden with murder for revealing surveillance programs run by NSA and its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters.
A new Halloween-themed commercial for furniture retailer IKEA pays homage to Stanley Kubrick's creepy classic "The Shining" by recreating the nightmare of little Danny Torrance, who in the infamous scene is shown triking through the haunted Overlook Hotel before encountering a pair ghostly twins in matching dresses.
Texas Republican and House Science, Space and Technology Committee Chairman Lamar Smith joined the rising tide of criticism against a government-funded study of political "social pollution" on Twitter this week, accusing the federal agency behind the study of attempting to limit free speech on social media.
Congress Tells FBI There’s ‘Zero Chance’ Of Giving The Bureau Backdoor Access To Americans’ Cellphones
Members of Congress wasted little time before shooting down a proposal by FBI Director James Comey to give the bureau a backdoor into Americans' cellphones -- a request made in response to new privacy standards adopted by Apple and Google.
Former director of the National Security Agency Keith Alexander terminated a deal Tuesday to employ NSA's current chief technology officer part-time at his private company, IronNet Cybersecurity, after officials cited the deal as a possible conflict of interest.
Months after the Federal Communications Commission was forced to withdraw a newsroom study many viewed as an attempt to censor the media, the government is making a second attempt by studying "social pollution" on Twitter, and engaging in a free-speech analysis one FCC commissioner described as "straight out of a George Orwell novel."
Office supply retail chain Staples is investigating a possible cybersecurity breach that could have compromised customer payment data, which could make the retailer the latest to join the club of hacked corporations including Target and Home Depot.
An Audi RS7 equipped with the company's "piloted driving" system claimed the crown of "fastest autonomous car on the planet" over the weekend, reaching speeds up to 149 mph on Germany's Hockenheimring Baden-Württemberg race track.
After a "real hoverboard" unveiled by the Doc himself was revealed to be a prank earlier this year, "Back to the Future" fans everywhere had their hopes grounded for a real-life levitating skating experience. Now, a new Kickstarter is giving the world a shot at real hoverboards by the movie's 2015 timeline, and all the hard work has already been done.
Apple on Monday released its latest mobile software update -- iOS 8.1, which includes the company's new proprietary mobile payment system, Apple Pay, and lets users turn their iPhones into a single swipe digital wallet.
FBI Director James Comey is asking Congress to force smartphone developers into building "backdoors" into all devices for law enforcement surveillance-- a response to new customer data encryption standards adopted by Apple and Google.
Toyota is tuning up its off-road, non-street cred with new TRD Pro packages available on 2015 Tundras, 4Runners and Tacomas, and after getting our hands on one, its obvious why this is the truck of choice from desert smugglers to U.S. Special Forces.
Tesla Motors, SpaceX and SolarCity founder Elon Musk renewed his warning about the development of artificial intelligence Wednesday night at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, where he likened human extinction by AI to deleting spam.
If law enforcement agencies want someone to blame for Android and Apple's new smartphone encryption standards, they should look to themselves according to Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt.
NASA Previews First December Test Flight Of New Orion Spacecraft, Which Will Carry Astronauts To Mars
NASA released a new video Wednesday going step by step through the upcoming Dec. 4 test flight of the agency's new deep-space Orion spacecraft, which will eventually ferry astronauts to the moon, an asteroid and Mars.
One of the latest technological innovations out of the U.S. Navy allows a swarm of boats to surround, defend or destroy targets without any human assistance or presence at all.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit on Wednesday will hear a case that could decide the future of the FBI's ability to electronically surveil Americans without a warrant.
The Chinese economy just surpassed the U.S. economy to become the world's largest in terms of purchasing power, according to the International Monetary Fund.