New scan can use eye images to detect heart attack risk
New scan can use eye images to detect heart attack risk
Joseph Scalise - Feb 21, 2018
Google has developed a new retina test that can accurately depict if a patient will suffer a heart attack or stroke.
Susan Konig - Feb 19, 2018
Turning the world's oceans into econ-friendly lithium mines may help conversion to electric cars.
Susan Konig - Feb 19, 2018
Fed-Ex admits to having stored clients' sensitive data on an unsecured server.
Susan Konig - Feb 17, 2018
Chinese smartphones made by Huawei and ZTE still not considered secure for use in U.S.
Virginia Watson - Feb 16, 2018
Waymo and Uber settle trade secrets lawsuit for $245 million.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 14, 2018
Video games may help people with schizophrenia stop hearing voices.
Rick Docksai - Feb 12, 2018
The deal approves tax relief for carbon sequestration, biodiesel, micro turbines, and several other energy innovations.
Susan Konig - Feb 10, 2018
Police in China now using facial recognition technology in the form of smart glasses to identify potential crime suspects.
Susan Konig - Feb 10, 2018
Amazon now offers free Whole Foods deliveries in four U.S. cities within 2 hours through 'Prime Now'.
Rick Docksai - Feb 07, 2018
A European building developer plans to test new perovskite solar cells by covering office buildings in Poland with semi-transparent layers of them this year.
Susan Konig - Feb 06, 2018
Facebook will now use an automated system to generate its trending topics in response to critics who feel the social media giant's trending news is biased against conservative points of view.
Virginia Watson - Feb 06, 2018
AIrbnb shakeup: CFO is stepping down top female executive Belinda Johnson promoted to company's first COO and company delays initial public offering.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 06, 2018
Owl hopes their new dashboard camera will become a standard for drivers across the world.
Rick Docksai - Feb 01, 2018
The idea is under debate and will remain in the debate stage for at least another six to eight months before it goes to Trump, according to the official, who added that some alternative proposals are also under consideration.
Virginia Watson - Jan 31, 2018
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan hope to improve healthcare for all U.S. employees.
Rick Docksai - Jan 30, 2018
ATM hacks have reportedly occurred in Europe, Asia, and Mexico in recent years, but these latest cases are the first known attacks on U.S. systems.
Rick Docksai - Jan 30, 2018
A Dutch intelligence chief said last Sunday that his agency tipped U.S. intelligence off to Russian cyber-intrusion efforts in summer 2015.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 28, 2018
Google's new Bulletin app could change the way people post local news.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 26, 2018
Researchers have found a way to create floating 3D images that can be controlled in open space.
Laurel Kornfeld - Jan 25, 2018
Competition spurred renewed interest in commercial spaceflight by private companies.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 24, 2018
Facebook's new unit of time, known as the flick, could help lead to more efficient video and audio production.
Virginia Watson - Jan 24, 2018
Even with the popularity of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, many in the financial sector are still skeptical.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 23, 2018
A new nuclear power source known as Kilopower could one day make colonizing Mars a reality.
Delila James - Jan 21, 2018
Even small pieces of debris can pose a danger to the International Space Station and active satellites.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 18, 2018
A new device could help humans understand dog barks.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 06, 2018
New muscle-like technology could create robots that are both good at performing strong and delicate tasks.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 05, 2018
Scientists analyzing peacock spiders believe study of their rainbow pattern could lead to more efficient optics.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 03, 2018
A new type of 'speed breeding' could help scientists quickly create new crop strains.
Rick Docksai - Dec 28, 2017
Apple's new iPhone X isn't selling as expected, according to analysts who have significantly lowered their forecasts for unit sales in the next few months. The analysts said that the phone's high price tag is a major turnoff.
Rick Docksai - Dec 26, 2017
AT&T will lay off around 600 employees in five states, effective January 4. A company statement said that the company is adapting to declining work demands and technology innovations.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 11, 2017
New falcon-inspired drones could be used to knock other drones out of the air.
Laurel Kornfeld - Dec 08, 2017
Demonstration project will focus on measuring variations in light emitted by stars.
Linda Mack - Nov 28, 2017
Movie streaming is as popular as ever, but at least a third of Americans still rent or buy hard-copy DVDs, according to an annual entertainment survey. The survey notes that some video stores still cling to life, despite losing business to Web-based services like Netflix.
Kyle Bates - Nov 28, 2017
The new model will roll out by 2021 and will be the basis for many more electric models by 2023, she added, predicting that the company will be producing a million electric vehicles annually within the decade.
Joyce Clark - Nov 23, 2017
The FCC is expected to vote to rescind Obama-era "net neutrality" rules when it meets next month. These rules require Internet service providers to treat all Web traffic equally and prohibits them from limiting access to certain websites or charging more for faster access to other sites.
Zoe Poindexter - Nov 21, 2017
Anthony Levandroski, who may face legal charges from an upcoming trial over self-driving car technology he developed for Waymo, has started a new religion based on the worship of robots.
Leon Clarke - Nov 21, 2017
Elon Musk showcased an upcoming Tesla electric semi-truck and another new electric car alongside each other last Thursday and offered bold promises about each one. The company is having great difficulty sustaining production for its existing vehicle models, however.
Mark Schwartz - Nov 14, 2017
National transportation safety officials headed to Las Vegas on Friday to investigate a collision involving a self-driving shuttle bus. The shuttle bus suffered minor damage to its front when a human-driven delivery truck collided with it.
Lila Alexander - Nov 14, 2017
Spaceflight developer Orbital ATK will conduct a launch Sunday of a pair of satellites that use high-speed lasers to communicate with ground control and each other.
Laurel Kornfeld - Nov 13, 2017
Technology could make it possible for a probe to do basic science on Venus for several months or longer.
Jackie Flores - Nov 13, 2017
Twitter, Inc. has halted its verification process after being criticized for giving white nationalist Jason Kessler a blue check mark.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 19, 2018
Researchers have used photon interactions to create a new form of light.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 14, 2018
A group of scientists have created a new, sensitive type of self-healing electronic skin.
Susan Konig - Feb 12, 2018
MoviePass acquires 500,000 new users in one month, but whether it's business model is economically viable remains to be seen.
Susan Konig - Feb 12, 2018
White workers remain highest paid in technology industry, one study reveals.
Susan Konig - Feb 12, 2018
Amazon plans to launch a business delivery service which will compete with UPS and FedEx.
Virginia Watson - Feb 07, 2018
Businesses can now schedule Instagram content with the help of third-party platform Hootsuite.
Susan Konig - Feb 06, 2018
Amazon releases it's fourth-quarter earnings which indicates that 2017 was a record sales year for the firm.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 06, 2018
Snapchat's new market could build the foundation for a multi-bring in-app store.
Susan Konig - Feb 06, 2018
Robert Mueller;s team investigating possible collusion between Trump campaign and Moscow as communications director Hope Hicks President reportedly said "emails would never get out."
Joseph Scalise - Feb 01, 2018
Alexa users with an Android phone can now send text messages through Echo devices.
Susan Konig - Feb 01, 2018
Instagram upgrades now allow some users to schedule posts
Susan Konig - Feb 01, 2018
T-Mobile dedicates itself to renewable energy.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 01, 2018
Microsoft has acquired the startup PlayFab in order to expand its presence in online gaming.
Joseph Scalise - Feb 01, 2018
Reports state that Apple is getting closer to creating its own processors.
Rick Docksai - Jan 30, 2018
Spotify and other music-streaming services will have to pay nearly 50% more in compensation to songwriters to stream their music, following a Saturday ruling by the Copyright Royalties Board.
Rick Docksai - Jan 30, 2018
The flamethrowers, which sold for $500 each, were products of his company Boring, which is looking to build underground tunnels that could convey people and cars from one city to another.
Virginia Watson - Jan 29, 2018
The lucrative business of fake social media accounts.
Virginia Watson - Jan 28, 2018
Chronicle is Alphabet's attempting at combating cyber security.
Rick Docksai - Jan 28, 2018
Goldman Sachs and other analysts expect that more manufacturers may do the same, and that washing machines' prices in general could rise 8%-20% because of the new tariff.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 26, 2018
In an attempt to expand autonomous car technology, Apple has upped its self-driving car fleet to 27 cars.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 26, 2018
In an attempt to challenge Amazon, Apple plans to completely redesign their underused iBooks app.
Virginia Watson - Jan 25, 2018
Advancements in medical technology may lead to the early detection of cancer.
Rick Docksai - Jan 25, 2018
President Trump imposed 30% tariff on foreign-manufactured solar panels this week, following a request from two solar-cell manufacturers with multinational interests. U.S. solar-energy companies slammed the decision, which they warned will raise the costs of solar energy and kill as many as 23,000 U.S. solar jobs.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 25, 2018
After nearly six months of waiting, RED has reported its holographic smartphone is set to ship this year.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 25, 2018
Amazon has officially opened its first checkout-free store in Seattle.
Rick Docksai - Jan 23, 2018
A Lebanon-based hacking campaign has been stealing personal data from thousands of Android users in China, Russia, the United States, and at least 18 other contries, according to a report released Thursday by Lookout and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Rick Docksai - Jan 18, 2018
The company is the first to "repatriate" overseas earnings under the new $1.5 trillion tax overhaul, which includes a provision cutting the taxes companies must pay on repatriated overseas earnings from 35% down to 15.5%.
Rick Docksai - Jan 18, 2018
Bitcoin and other leading cryptocurrencies plummeted in value in the last several days, following reports that Chinese and South Korean officials may seek to ban cryptocurrency trading.
Joseph Scalise - Jan 03, 2018
A group of researchers have created a new metalens that could help make optical devices much more efficient.
Rick Docksai - Dec 28, 2017
Eight lawsuits against Apple this week charge the company with defrauding users by instituting a software change that throttled iPhone performance when the batteries got old, protecting the batteries but causing slowed operations and software crashes.
Delila James - Dec 27, 2017
The invention could allow development of a broad range of materials designed to protect the body and other fragile objects.
Rick Docksai - Dec 19, 2017
NASA's Kepler telescope has spotted more than 2,300 planets around other stars so far, but a newly deployed Google AI neural network enabled it to spot two more planets that it had missed.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 18, 2017
Researchers have developed glowing plants they hope could one day replace outdoor lighting.
Rick Docksai - Dec 14, 2017
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will go forward with a vote Thursday to repeal the net-neutrality rules that the FCC has enacted in 2015 for a free and open Internet.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 05, 2017
A new study shows that people addicted to the internet may suffer brain imbalances similar to those with anxiety or depression.
Joseph Scalise - Dec 01, 2017
Scientists have found a way to harvest electricity from cyanobacteria.
Joseph Scalise - Nov 30, 2017
A new study gives insight into how the brain adapts to using a robotic arm.
Jason Spencer - Nov 29, 2017
A new type of artificial muscle allows soft robots to lift nearly 1,000 times their own weight.
Kathy Fey - Nov 21, 2017
Volvo will sell Uber as may as 24,000 cars for Uber's up-and-coming fleet of driverless cars, under a deal that the two companies recently struck.
Vicky Webb - Nov 16, 2017
A new digital pill could help doctors better monitor patient health.
Paul Pate - Nov 10, 2017
Waymo will take Phoenix, Arizona, residents on test rides of its new self-driving cars in the next few months. The company plans to launch a driver-free ridesharing service that will pick up human passengers nationwide.
Delila James - Nov 07, 2017
Prof. Stephen Hawking believes artificial intelligence eventually will outperform humans.
Laurel Kornfeld - Nov 07, 2017
Orbiters will be used as relay stations for data the rover collects.
James Carlin - Nov 03, 2017
A key Senate committee plans to vote next week on a bill that would make websites liable for prosecution if they carry ads for illicit sex-trafficking.
Kyle Bates - Nov 03, 2017
Tesla announced Wednesday that it will not be able to reach its target volume for Model 3 production until early next year, instead of in December as planned.
Tracy Williams - Nov 03, 2017
A group of researchers have developed a way to test for suicidal thoughts and tendencies.
Vicky Webb - Nov 02, 2017
China is testing new bat-sized spy drones that cost less than $200 per drone, are almost invisible to radar, and fly as high as 12 miles above sea level. This altitude puts them in near space, high enough to evade the anti-aircraft fire that can shoot down other drones.
Mark Schwartz - Nov 02, 2017
The Trump administration has issued a plan to subsidize coal and nuclear plants that store fuel on-site. An independent report found that the plan would cost $10.6 billion a year and would prop up facilities that would go out of business due to falling market demand.
James Smith - Nov 01, 2017
Scientists have discovered a process that could limit, and potentially end, overheating in smartphones
Lila Alexander - Oct 31, 2017
The new Apple iPhone X will use facial-recognition technology to automatically unlock when it sees its user's face. This is the first time that a mobile phone features facial-recognition technology, and some privacy advocates worry that the technology is about to spread too fast, too quickly in society and could pose unforeseen risks to individual privacy and safety.