A ransomware attack on the city of Baltimore is ongoing, and has held up the city’s infrastructure for two weeks.
For the first time this fall, a portion of the apples on sale in grocery stores around the U.S. will have been picked by robots, not people. The apple-buying public has agricultural automation startup Abundant Robotics to thank for it. They’re the maker of apple harvesting machines that will assist in Washington state’s next harvest, […]
With the myriad of data scandals plaguing our news feeds over the past few years, a tech insider wants to take a stab at privacy legislation.
In a huge step of the autonomous vehicle industry, the United States Postal Service will test out self-driving trucks for mail shipping over a two-week test period.
Even though the use of robotics in automating processes is on its way, the technology still has years to go before it’s ready to fully take over human labor.
Most of the 2020 presidential hopefuls—including the sitting president—are not properly securing their email addresses.
Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile are facing unhappy customers after selling real-time location data to third party businesses.
Researchers in Germany and Canada collaborated on a plan to refit A/C units to capture harmful carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and convert it to something useful.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, May 17, 2019? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
A former student of the College of St. Rose in New York pled guilty to destroying “66 computers as well as numerous monitors and digital podiums containing USB data ports owned by the College.” The damage was done using a “USB Killer” device that discharged high voltage pulses into the host device, damaging the host’s electrical […]