The kilogram is no longer a lump of metal.
From the makers of that cheap turntable you bought at Target
Cannabis on the blockchain
The billionaire started his first business at age 12.
26 million customer texts were exposed
BlackBerry was best known for keyboard-totting smartphones, but their demise in recent years has seen the Canadia firm pivot towards enterprise services and in particular cybersecurity. That strategy takes a big step further forward today after BlackBerry announced the acquisition of AI-based cyber
A new dispatch from our QR Codes Are Very Much Alive In Asia reporting program: Hong Kongs subway system will soon allow its commuters to pay by scanning QR codes thanks to a deal with Alibaba that was announced this week. The partnership which is with Alibabas A
Here's the latest on the active wildfires raging through both ends of California
Sheryl Sandberg has denied that she obstructed early investigations intoelectionmeddling and claimed thatshe was unaware Facebook was involved with an agency that ran abhorrent anti-Semitic campaigns that targeted George Soros among others. Facebook, the worlds largest socia
Nintendo has responded to speculation that it might release an N64 Classic console.
Intelligence Squared U.S., the long-running debate show, took on the Valley in a recent episode.
A security lapse has exposed a massive database containing tens of millions of text messages, including password reset links, two-factor codes, shipping notifications and more. The exposed server belongs to Voxox (formerly Telcentris), a San Diego, Calif.-based communications company. The server wa
Crosley, makers of the "good enough" record players you see in Urban Outfitters and Target, have turned their retro novelty eye on the next obvious format: cassettes. These two new decks from the company have all the latest features from 1985, but also a handful of modern conveniences.
A quantitative measure of how little they like your take.