This week SpaceX announced plans to land a Dragon spacecraft on Mars by 2018.
Tens of millions of dollars siphoned from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. A shadowy set of casinos in the Philippines. A large bank in Bangladesh with creaky technology. An unknown — and perhaps uncatchable — group of anonymous thieves with sophisticated hacking skills.
Loading … Absent action by Congress, the rule change will go into effect in December The U.S.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday night announced a bill that would prevent companies from punishing people who leave negative reviews online. The Consumer Review Fairness Act would outlaw terms-of-service clauses that prohibit negative reviews or punish people who leave them.
Google has been given access to huge swatches of confidential patient information in the UK, raising fears yet again over how NHS managers view and handle data under their control.
Forget Sony’s planned smart contact lenses, Google has just filed a patent for a smart device that would be injected directly into your eyeball.
Controversial roaming charges holidaymakers pay to use their mobile phones in another European country will come down dramatically from today, and are set to disappear altogether from 2017 following EU intervention.
In 2014, in the USA alone, cars traveled an estimated 2,926 billion miles (4,740 billion kilometers) – not always safely. During that year, 32,675 people lost their lives in traffic accidents, and a much larger number were injured.