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Cipher Brief CEO & Publisher Suzanne Kelly spoke with former Director of the National Security Agency General Keith Alexander about the attack.
Facebook is releasing new software that artificial intelligence (AI) researchers can use to test their systems for having text conversations with people.
Anthony Levandowski must be removed from any work relating to a key technology called LIDAR.
Google said on Monday that new cars from Audi and Volvo will be powered by Android, giving users easier control of their cars.
Japanese gaming firm Nintendo plans to release a smartphone game based on the "The Legend of Zelda", the Wall Street Journal reported.
Cybersecurity experts warned that leaks of NSA and CIA hacking tools could lead to more hackers exploiting them.
"We've never seen something sweep across the planet at this speed," James Stavridis tells CNBC.
The MP3 is dead, according to its creators, who say that the digital audio encoding format has lost relevance in a world of new technology.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas downgrades Tesla shares to equal weight from overweight due to rising competition from larger tech companies.
"That's a common misconception," Aleksandr Yampolskiy told CNBC when asked if Apple users can't be affected by other cyberattacks.
Thermo Fisher's offer of $35 per share represents a premium of about 35 percent to Patheon's Friday close.
The amount the hackers will demand is expected to double from $300 to $600 on Monday.
One of the people who has contributed to Facebook's machine learning technology has joined Snap, which has faced competition from Facebook.
Western Digital has sought international arbitration to stop partner Toshiba from selling its chips arm without its consent.
U.S. President Donald Trump ordered his homeland security adviser, Tom Bossert, to hold an emergency meeting Friday night.
Google is changing how it enforces it ads policies: It will now strike ads from individual web pages that violate its ads standards. That means Google will effectively be cutting fewer websites out of its ad network.
Hackers aligned to Hanoi are attacking foreign companies, highlighting the growing number of countries conducting cyber-espionage.
Two of Silicon Valley's most prominent team up as the race to bring self-driving cars to the roads heats up, the NYT reports.
Microsoft President Brad Smith criticized governments for stockpiling secret exploits of computer system.
With so much competition among sneaker collectors, computer programs are a faster and safer way to cop a pair
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