Smartphones are revolutionizing the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, thanks to add-ons and apps that make their ubiquitous small screens into medical devices, researchers say.
New imaging techniques enable exploration of the brain in much more detail than ever before, opening the door to greater understanding of neurological problems and possibly new treatments, researchers say.
Google’s venture to beam the internet to remote areas of the world via balloon has hit a legal snag in Sri Lanka that could see the project abandoned on the island, a minister said Thursday.
Yahoo said Wednesday it was notifying some users that hackers may have been able to use a maneuver to break into their accounts without stealing passwords.
Ukraine said Wednesday it was falling victim to a growing number of sophisticated cyberattacks of the type that saw a regional power grid paralysed by computer codes the US said were developed in Russia.
Facebook on Tuesday announced it was rolling out apps to allow people to view videos posted on the social network on connected televisions.
Two US senators have requested details on President Donald Trump’s smartphone security, saying he could jeopardize national secrets if he is still using his old handset, as some reports say.
Queen Elizabeth II will inaugurate Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre on Tuesday, spearheading the country’s efforts to combat a growing wave of cyber attacks notably from Russia.
Japanese book editor Miho Takeshita is having an affair. But the recently married 30-year-old is not worried about getting caught — her boyfriend only exists on a smartphone.
Microsoft virtual assistant Cortana began holding people to their promises on Thursday.
German semiconductor giant Infineon has said its proposed acquisition of US computer chip specialist Wolfspeed has run into opposition from US regulators over security concerns.