The peer-to-peer transfer service will reportedly be discontinued at the end of August.
Appeal against my latest judgment? Oh wait, you can't!
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal has re-ruled that GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 engaged in indiscriminate and illegal bulk cable-tapping surveillance for 15 years – and has once again refused to do anything about it.…
On Tues, you lose... if you're not encrypted
Google Chrome users who visit unencrypted websites will be confronted with warnings from tomorrow.…
FAQ: Starting Tuesday, you're going to see a rash of "not secure" warnings thanks to a new version of the Google browser that flags unencrypted sites.
The Falcon 9 rocket has undergone four major revisions over the last eight years, culminating in the Block 5 rocket. The initial expendable version of the rocket (v1.0) could lift about 10.5 tons to low-Earth orbit. This was a nice, tidy rocket but hardly a superstar.
However, one of the defining features of SpaceX is the company's ruthless devotion to innovation. And while it may be reasonable to criticize the company for moving too far too quickly and with not quite enough focus on the here and now—when the culture of innovation works, it works.
In just eight years, SpaceX has jumped from the first version of its rocket to the Block 5 rocket. This powerful rocket can lift nearly 23 tons to low-Earth orbit, having undergone hundreds of changes and upgrades since its initial flight. Theoretically, its first stage will be capable of 10 flights before requiring significant refurbishment. It is so capable that even company founder Elon Musk (the high minister of the culture of innovation at SpaceX) says it's good enough. This is probably the last major revision of the Falcon 9.
James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez are answering your questions live from San Diego.
German engineering students set a record as their pod hits 457km/h in a hyperloop tunnel test.
Uber and Lyft suspend a driver who live-streamed videos of his passengers without their knowledge.
The IMX586 will feature 48 effective megapixels.
After years of watching from afar, I finally immersed myself in the biggest center of geekdom on Earth: San Diego Comic-Con.
No Marvel, no problem as a slew of other franchises vie for geek spotlight in San Diego.
Adults may dismiss Voltron as simply a kid's show. It's so much more.
We go inside the headquarters of Misty Robotics in Boulder, Colorado to see how the company is building home robots.
These countertop appliances have made baking easier for nearly 100 years. But a mix of smart marketing, a strong reputation and happy memories that have made the KitchenAid stand mixer an icon.
It's much more than Alexa on wheels.
The chipmaker has managed to shrink its superfast network technology down enough to fit in smartphones.
Huawei to slam the door after today
The European Commission made the phrase "Android forks" a household word last week. But developers who wish to create and popularise their Android forks have just found the job got harder.…
A prototype uses an artificial intelligence system that can interpret hand movements.
Steve Hilton exit suddenly confirmed on 21 July, new boss in situ on 23 July
Exclusive Frankenfirm DXC Technologies over the weekend abruptly announced the immediate departure of Steve Hilton, the exec veep that ran the Global Delivery Organisation, and confirmed his temporary replacement.…
Science rules everything around me.