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Previously, you wouldn't get anything from a video's advertising if someone else claimed that it violated their copyright.
The new sport is set to become the next great racing competition, alongside mainstays NASCAR and Formula 1.
Recent patent applications reveal the auto industry could have cool new smartphone apps coming soon.
Thanks to the nuclear deal, Iran won't be hit with digital worms engineered to take out its nuclear facilities.
Whether you're a Slack developer or user, you can now get a glimpse of what Slack is looking to add to its platform.
If a business' ad for a product seems legit, but the product is ultimately unsatisfactory for a number of purchasers, Facebook usually doesn't do anything. That's going to change.
Signups for the beta kicked off on Friday, and you'll have to cross your fingers to see if you get access to the feature early.
Teams of Google employees with great business ideas will now be able to pitch Google for free time to work on them (funding, too).
With this setup, Iranians can get videos, news, and occasionally censorship-bypassing apps much faster than they would via their normal, slow Internet connections.
This time, they were able to get the passcode from the convicted defendant who owned the iPhone in question.
Firefox is working to secure up its browser so one extension can't tell another to do malicious things.
MIT researchers describe how to 3D print "dynamic robots in a single step, with no assembly required."
Tor helps users browse the Web with a bit more anonymity and, in some cases, with a free pass past a provider or government's firewall.