Data privacy has been a growing concern among internet users across the globe since revelations of bulk government spying hit new heights last year, but according to a new survey, most would still rather hand their information over to the NSA than Silicon Valley's biggest data cruncher.
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Silicon Valley ridesharing service Uber's insurgent entry into the automobile transportation industry isn't going well for some in Pennsylvania, where the president of the state's taxi association compared the company to the Islamic terrorist group ISIS this week.
Check Out The Intense Trailer For ‘Ex Machina,’ An AI Thriller From The Writer Of ’28 Days Later’ [VIDEO]
"Ex-Machina," the first film directed by "Sunshine" and "28 Days Later" writer Alex Garland, combines the intense, scary and sci-fi elements of his major hits to explore a quickly emerging and potentially dangerous technology -- artificial intelligence.
It's rare to see a Ferrari lose a race, let alone to car traditionally far below its performance class. Yet despite the legendary luxury supercar's status and higher factory specs, that's exactly what happened when this V12, 651-horsepower FF went up against a V8, twin turbo, 560-horsepower BMW M5 F10.
Stephen Colbert entered the video game journalism, ethics and sexism media scandal known as "Gamergate" on Wednesday night's "The Colbert Report," where he breaks down the issues surrounding a world traditionally defined by "one man, one joystick."
The "Truthy" government-funded study examining "social pollution" on social media has come under fire from an FCC commissioner in recent weeks for seemingly targeting conservatives on Twitter -- an allegation furthered by a 2012 article co-authored by Truthy's lead researcher, in which researchers describe exclusively reporting and banning conservative accounts.
An Orbital Sciences rocket carrying supplies and equipment to the International Space Station exploded in the skies above a NASA spaceport in Virginia six seconds after launch Tuesday night -- a disaster that may have been foreseen by the company's number one competitor.
NASA TV captured live footage Tuesday night of the accidental explosion of an Orbital Sciences rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station during launch, resulting in an enormous fireball witnessed by countless bystanders and their cameras around (and in one case above) NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. (RELATED: INCREDIBLE Footage Of Rocket Exploding During Launch)
The first extended trailer for Marvel's "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" kicks off with Earth's mightiest heroes beating back a few brews while valiantly taking turns lifting Thor's legendary hammer, which for those lacking in Norse or Marvel mythology, is impossible for anyone unworthy of the "god of thunder" title.
A White House computer network suffered what is believed to be a state-sponsored cyberattack from Russia sometime in the last few weeks, which affected "some elements of the unclassified network" according to the Obama administration.
Zoologist Kevin Richardson caught the footage of his life in a GoPro video uploaded to YouTube this week, in which the "Lion Whisperer" straps a camera to a lioness named Meg-- right before she stealthily tracks and kills a wild buck.
A report released Tuesday from the USPS Inspector General's office reveals far more surveillance of U.S. mail and subsequent flags to law enforcement agencies than previously known.
Actor, writer, director and "bike phantom" James Franco appeared in a viral ad for Motorola's new Droid Turbo this week, in which "The Interview" star rides out of the darkness on a bike to snap a quick picture of some fans before disappearing into the night.
Apple fans anxious to get the company's first wearable around their wrists early next year can get a sneak preview of the device's interface courtesy of a new YouTube video, which shows the OS in action on an iPhone.
While speaking at The Wall Street Journal's WSJD Live 2014 global technology conference Monday night, Apple CEO Tim Cook warned it would take a "major event" to open people's eyes to privacy violations by technology companies, and that it will happen soon.
Following a pair of terror attacks in Canada this week, lawmakers in Congress are renewing their push to pass National Security Agency reform authorizing certain types of surveillance before the expiration of the PATRIOT Act next year.
U.S. Navy F/A-18 pilot "Wingnut" released a video this week of stunning footage compiled for 2014's Hornet Ball, an annual gathering of all West Coast Naval F-18 Hornet and Super Hornet squads and their guests.
An investigation by the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms into CIA spying of Senate Intelligence Committee computers wrapped up this week without drawing any significant conclusions as a result of lost computer records reportedly deleted by the agency.
A coalition airstrike has taken out an ISIS flag recently planted on a hill near Kobane, Syria, where Islamic extremist forces have seized a strategically valuable position from Kurdish forces close to the Turkish border.