Bitcoin is currently the world's most popular cryptocurrency and has seen massive growth this year. However, the increased mainstream attention has some wondering if it is a safe investment or a bubble waiting to pop.
Hubo, the winner of a DARPA robotics competition, joined the festivities in Daejon by carrying the Olympic torch for a leg of its journey. South Korea wants the upcoming Games to be a showcase of robotic technology.
Self-driving cars are the future of transportation, but how will we interact with them? Buttons? Voice commands? How about a touchscreen? That's the approach that ZF's new steering wheel takes, and it just might work.
For five years, the Pentagon ran a secret program to investigate UFO sightings. Although government funding ended, the head of the program recently resigned and said the investigations are still continuing.
A letter released as part of the $2 billion lawsuit over self-driving technology alleges widespread illegal practices at Uber, including covert surveillance of rivals and sophisticated hacking of competitors' computer systems.
In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top tech stories from this week.
VeeR Editor, a free iOS and Android app, provides creative editing solutions that first party apps often lack, like filters, stickers, and multiclip editing. It also offers access to hundreds of music tracks.
In a bid to inject some festive fun into its latest aircraft test, Airbus flew a new A380 — the largest passenger plane in the world — on a five-and-a-half-hour route that created a giant Christmas tree on flight trackers.
Researchers at the University at Buffalo in New York have developed a security system that analyzes the unique flaws that exist in every single phone camera sensor. It could lead to a new way to enhance security and fight cybercrime.