Google will add audio and visual alerts to warn drivers about upcoming railroad crossings on Google’s navigation system, the U.S. Federal Railroad Administration announced on Monday.
Subscribe to Technology RSS feed
An unmanned Space Exploration Technologies rocket exploded about two minutes after liftoff from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Sunday, destroying a cargo ship bound for the International Space Station, NASA said.
Little drones flying overhead are one thing. A much larger, unmanned, four-seater airplane is another.
Less than two days ago, the company told affected game developers that the apps were pulled for containing images of the Confederate flag “used in offensive and mean-spirited ways,” according to Andrew Mulholland of HexWar Games.
The latest attempt to create a working hoverboard is coming from a car company.
While the microwave has been serving hurried, hungry people well for decades, the technology behind it hasn’t evolved much. Until now.
Repentant emailers everywhere: Gmail just enabled an “undo send” button.
A privacy group has filed a complaint against Uber for its updated policy of tracking passengers and accessing their personal information.
The personal data of an estimated 18 million current, former and prospective federal employees were affected by a cyber breach at the Office of Personnel Management — more than four times the 4.2 million the agency has publicly acknowledged.
Pepper, a humanoid robot designed to read emotions as well as recognize tones of voice and facial expressions in order to interact with humans, really just wants to make you happy.
This awesome video shows the point of view of a jet plane getting refueled. It’s just like your normal stop at the gas station, with the one simple difference of flying high up in the sky.
Apple claims that its “Keychain” software lets people securely store their passwords on their Macs. As it turns out, hackers can pull the keys off the chain.
There’s no such thing as a perfect smartphone. But there are smartphones that have near-perfect components or virtually flawless aspects and features.
Teens are likely to find false information about condoms, sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) and other sexual health issues published on crisis pregnancy center websites, according to a new U.S. study.
An ambitious project that will use industrial robots to print a metal bridge over an Amsterdam canal water by “drawing” steel structures in 3D.
Cuba plans to beam Wi-Fi signals at 35 public spaces in the first such offering for the population at large, whose Web access has been mostly limited to desktop rentals in state-owned Internet parlors.
The spinning wheel of death never seems to stop turning these days. It’s not you. Web pages really are loading slower.
It is now possible to explore oceans around the world without getting wet.
A vulnerability in the software of what might be 600 milllion Samsung Galaxy phones can allow hackers to spy on the entire life of the phone’s owner.
If you’re one of many who has been wanting a taco emoji more than Taco Bell, breathe easy, because it’s finally here.
Videogame console titans Microsoft and Sony vied for attention ahead of the industry’s annual E3 conference, giving fans sneak peaks of the latest Xbox and PlayStation games.
The head of a U.S. agency that fell victim to cyber attacks defended its performance on Tuesday against withering criticism from lawmakers furious about a breach that compromised the personnel files of millions of federal workers.
One of biggest video game conferences is about to start. Here are some things you should before the giant nerdy gaming techfest begins.
- Page 1