Facebook is assembling a team to design its own semiconductors, joining other tech titans that have recently invested in building their own chips, according to job listings and sources who spoke with One
An implant which detects cancer in the body and causes a small artificial mole to appear on the skin as an early warning sign has been developed by scientists. The tiny patch lies under the skin and is
On Monday, April 9, you can find out if you were one of them. Cambridge Analytica may have had data from more unwitting Facebook users than originally thought. Facebook now says that the data firm, which
Samsung is planning to unveil its Galaxy S9 handset at Mobile World Congress next month. While the Galaxy S8 successor has been teased with camera improvements, the design of the Galaxy S9 is rumoured
Channels will need 4,000 hours of annual viewing time and over 1,000 subscribers YouTube is tightening the rules around its partner program and raising the requirements that a channel/creator must meet
Some nights, it's like you can't get your brain to shut up long enough for you to fall asleep. You're mentally reviewing the day you just completed while also previewing the day ahead; sometimes, your
By Sarah Larimer Sarah Larimer General assignment reporter covering national and breaking news Email Bio Follow Barron Gulak remembers one experiment, which did not take place in a lab. In 1964, Gulak
(CNN) — A 7-year-old girl who underwent a painful genital mutilation procedure told federal investigators that after a doctor completed the process, she was rewarded with a piece of cake for "doing good."
(CNN) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told CNN he would approve reinstating the death penalty if lawmakers backed the measure in Parliament. He called the attempted coup on Friday a "clear crime
(CNN) — Donald Trump said Monday "there's something going on" with Barack Obama's body language, his latest comments criticizing the President's behavior and messaging in regards to projecting America's
Jalalabad, Afghanistan (CNN) — It might just be a crackle and a hiss but to many in eastern Afghanistan, it's a sign that ISIS is back. ISIS FM was for months how the militants reached out to local Afghans.