Millions of Americans’ medical images and data left ‘unprotected’ online, investigation reveals

Medical images and health data belonging to millions of Americans — including X-rays and CT scans — are unprotected online and able to be seen by anyone with basic... Read more »

Microsoft’s Bill Gates regrets Jeffrey Epstein meeting: ‘I wish I hadn’t’

Microsoft founder Bill Gates says he regrets ever meeting with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to discuss philanthropy, according to a new report. “I wish I hadn’t met with him,” Gates... Read more »

Facebook to crack down on extremism by training AI with police videos

New York attorney general announces Facebook anti-trust probe Letitia James says she is leading a bipartisan coalition of attorneys to determine whether Facebook ‘endangered consumer data, reduced the quality... Read more »

Tiny ‘biohybrid’ robots directed by muscles and nerves built by researchers

Researchers have developed soft robotic devices that are driven by neuromuscular tissue that gets triggered when stimulated by light. Their work, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National... Read more »

Army details mission of AI task force

File photo – U.S. soldiers from the 3rd Cavalry Regiment watch as CH-47 Chinook helicopter from the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade lands after an advising mission at the Afghan... Read more »

Army eyes pearls in innovative project to bolster body armor

Could pearls help save a soldier’s life? Scientists are looking at pearls in an innovative U.S. Army research project to bolster body armor. Researchers at the University of Buffalo... Read more »

Apple iPhone 11 review roundup: Should you buy one?

Apple iPhone 11 reviews hit the web early Tuesday morning, with most of the reviews focused on the upgrades to the iPhone’s internals, including its much-discussed camera system. By and large,... Read more »

Army AI Task Force builds new prototypes for armored vehicles

The Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle – file photo. (Photo: Rheinmetall Defence) Streamlining multiple targeting sensors to destroy long-range targets, arming forward-positioned robots to penetrate enemy defenses and receiving organized... Read more »

Virtual assistant spies, saving texts, burner phones, and more: Tech Q&A

One of Google’s Home smart speakers is seen above. (Image courtesy of Google) Virtual Assistant Freakout Q: So, do YOU have an Amazon Echo or Google Home smart speaker... Read more »

Dozens of anti-ICE protesters arrested at NYC Microsoft store

New York City police said Saturday that 76 immigration policy protesters had been arrested at a demonstration outside Microsoft’s flagship store in midtown Manhattan. The protesters demanded that Microsoft stop... Read more »