A new report from telecommunications research firm Analysys Mason judges the United States to be in third place for the race to establish a nationwide 5G wireless network, lagging behind China and South Korea but just ahead of Japan.
A professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, argues in an academic journal article that professors should blend their “scholar and activist identities.”
A professor of education at Stanford University argues in a recent academic journal article that the tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons perpetuates white privilege.
Portions of the IRS online tax return system have gone down, creating delays before the Tuesday filing deadline.
T-Mobile has agreed to pay a $40 million fine for using banned “false ringtones,” especially in rural areas to “give the impression faulty calls were actually getting through.”
Elon Musks electric car company Tesla has stopped production on their already delayed Model 3 sedan and has replaced their automated production robots with human workers.
“Were entering an era in which our enemies make it look like anyone is saying anything at any point in time, even if they would never said those things,” the fake Obama says in the video.
A student at Binghamton University has been charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of 19-year-old student Joao Souza, marking the second homicide at the school in a five-week span.
Facebook could reportedly face billions of dollars in fines over their facial recognition features due to an Illinois law relating to the collection of biometric data.
Companies like Facebook and Google continue to block and censor conservatives under the guise of preventing “hate speech.”
Police “arrested” a Canadian dog that bolted from his owners to run after a deer and placed him in the back of a police cruiser to teach him a lesson.
Chinese social media platform Sina Weibo, essentially Chinas version of Twitter, has reportedly abandoned a “clean-up campaign” that would remove “pornographic, violent, or gay subject matter” after users complained about the crackdown on gay material.
A Canadian couple may be finding themselves on the opposite side of the law for live-streaming the moment they tied up an alleged child sex predator, according to a report.
NASA has granted funding to a plan that will send bee-like aerial drones to explore the vast surface of Mars.
Rapper T.I. has joined in calls for a boycott of Starbucks after two black men were arrested at one of the coffer giants Philadelphia locations.
CNN has defended Facebook in an article discussing the alleged limiting of YouTube stars Diamond and Silks Facebook page — while benefiting from the sites recently changed News Feed algorithm.
Canadian columnist Jamie Glazov was suspended from Facebook after he posted screenshots of abuse he received for criticising Islam.
The student government at the University of California, Merced, is trying to kill funding for the schools College Republicans chapter.
Student protesters at Columbia University allegedly put on an anti-Israel demonstration right next to a Holocaust Remembrance Day event.
A professor at Gulf Coast State College has proposed the idea of a fat peoples Olympic games to fight body shaming.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs former speechwriter has claimed he used to declare, “domination!” and “companies over countries” during company meetings.
During an undercover investigation, an author documented Amazon warehouse employees peeing into bottles due to their fears of being sanctioned for taking toilet breaks.
A surveillance company founded by a former Israeli intelligence officer has been using Facebook, YouTube and other social networks to build a massive facial recognition database — and is just one of many companies doing so.
The latest episode of HBOs “Silicon Valley” launches a full-fledged attack on Christians as “the source of the majority of the worlds problems,” and admits that being open about your Christian faith is the worst thing one can do in the Tech World.
Zuckerberg tried to dodge the tough questions, but occasionally the truth slipped out.
After a hearing on Friday that lasted only 18 minutes, a court in Moscow gave Russias Roskomnadzor agency the authority to ban the popular secure messaging platform Telegram. The company had refused to surrender its encryption keys to Russias FSB security service, as demanded by a 2016 counterterrorism law.
Social media giant Facebook declined to participate in a meeting with two Swedish ministers that addressed the governments desire for online publishers to combat hate speech and other forms of illegal speech online. While Facebook declined to participate in the
Outraged social media users are urging people to #BoycottStarbucks over an incident where a Philadelphia store called the police on two black men.
MGA Entertainment, Inc., which made billions of dollars from the fashion forward “Bratz” dolls and Little Tykes toys, has bid $900 million for the failing Toys “R” Us brand and its 1,700 remaining stores.
In this weeks Delingpole podcast, James and his brother Dick – a self-described “libertarian” and “occasional historical French soldier” – discuss “soul healing” after giving up Twitter for Lent, the absurdity of the Nazi Pug trial, and the unfortunate emasculation of Canada under “President Bieber”.
Facebook spent nearly $9 million on personal security and private jets in 2017 for its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, although the chief executive reported a salary of $1, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing released Friday.
Tanzanias new suite of Internet regulations includes a $930 annual fee for anyone who runs a blog, coupled with extensive registration paperwork that includes a bizarre amount of financial information about the applicant, comparable to the business plan that would be submitted to secure a commercial loan from a bank.
Tech giant Apple has warned employees not to leak any internal information — according to a leaked internal memo.
Im glad that at least some politicians are waking up to the seriousness of the problem of Big Techs censorship of any voices which dont align with its left-liberal agenda.
The leader of an Istanbul taxi union claimed on Thursday that the ride-sharing service Uber is “officially a terrorist group” whose customers are “traitors” to Turkey.
An op-ed in Chinese state media has blamed artificial intelligence for the rise of “obscene” content from the internet.
Conservative street artist Sabo has been permanently suspended from Twitter.
Google has lost a “right to be forgotten” case appeal in the United Kingdom, after they previously rejected a citizens request.
An Uber data breach in 2016 exposed the personal information of over 25 million Americans, according to a report.
A religious advisor has announced that Bitcoin is compliant with Shariah law, according to a report.
Students at the City University of New York School of Law tried to shut down a guest lecture from South Texas College of Law Professor Josh Blackman this week.
Following CEO Mark Zuckerbergs testimony before Congress, Facebook is facing yet another internal investigation relating to user privacy issues.
Google is developing a new deep learning system that can pick out a single voice from a crowd of people — here is how the technology works.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made $3 billion during his time answering questions before Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to a report.
Gabe Hoffman, the producer of An Open Secret, a documentary about child sex abuse in Hollywood, argued in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News this week that the mainstream media has ignored red flags about potential child abuse in the entertainment industry.