The World-Check Risk Screening database is intended to inform businesses about the company they keep. Over two million records from the database have leaked, including those that track organizations and individuals suspected of terrorism.
Google has announced a new partneship with the U.S. Geological Survey to add detailed earthquake information to its search results. Google says this will allow people to get timely information to help them stay safe.
BMW, which recently said it would have a completely autonomous car by 2021, is holding a joint news conference July 1 with chip-maker Intel and machine vision technology firm Mobileye. An autonomous car venture is expected.
The Messis, Ronaldos, and Neymars of the world may have competition from robots in a few years –- at least that’s the goal of Robocup, an annual robot soccer competition that kicks off today in Leipzig, Germany.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided publisher Square Enix and CNN are hosting a human augmentation conference this August, focusing on the potential for breakthroughs and the moral quandaries of modifying the human body.
Autonomous cars are most popular in New York and California, and least popular in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Texas, according to a Volvo survey. People in all states believe they should still be allowed to drive, though.
Google Fit 5.7 packs a number of noteworthy improvements, chief among them a new home screen that shows a daily summary of your activity. It packs a new Android Wear watchface, too, plus customizable fitness activity reminders.
Already looking to see what's up with the next Samsung Galaxy Note? Here's a look at the latest news and rumors surrounding the Note 6 (or maybe the Note 7), including talk of an early release to jump ahead of the next iPhone.
Could a new software program rescue bad selfies? A research group from the University of Hong Kong and Adobe recently taught a computer to automatically clip out portraits by watching actual people clip 1,800 photos.
After the makers of the Polaroid Cube sued GoPro last year, the action camera giant is turning the tables, saying it's the Cube who copied their design. This time, though, it's not the camera in question, but the software and case.