Every level of the U.S. election process has come under far more scrutiny since the U.S. intelligence community determined Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 election.
The decision to alert Microsoft — and to hold a press call with reporters about it — is a departure from the way the NSA operated just a couple years ago.
Yusaku Maezawa will give 1 million yen to 1,000 followers, amounting to about $9,000 per person.
The tool, codenamed Project Artemis, is designed to look for patterns of communication used by predators to target children
NBC News located a trove of personal information in online file storage systems left unprotected by the companies that use them.
Christmas Day is now a peak time for hackers to demonstrate their skills, purposefully anger people or try to extort money from vulnerable businesses.
Intel is so far the only company to release the data publicly, according to organizations that advocate for equal pay — and the numbers were not flattering.
The first Digital Next Summit has opened in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, gathering government leaders, advisors and experts to examine the use of digital technologies in the public and private sectors.
The Facebook team tasked with fighting nonconsensual intimate images spoke for the first time about their research, early missteps and hopes for AI.
The justices heard nearly an hour and a half of oral arguments as hundreds of DACA supporters rallied outside.
The fate of nearly a million young people is at stake in one of the most important cases before the justices this term.
"I promise it's not $100 billion," Warren tweeted, saying she'd be happy to go over her plan with the former Microsoft CEO if they get the chance.
Saudi Arabia kick-starts IPO of world's largest oil company
The kingdom has in the past used the company as a piggy bank for development companies.