Florida's busiest airport is becoming the first one in the nation to require all passengers on arriving and departing international flights, including U.S. citizens, to submit to a face scan
The date for this year's Amazon Prime Day may have just leaked, and if it's anything like last year, the deals will be better than Black Friday deals.
The latest in airport security: Get ready to have your face scanned if you're flying into or out of Florida's Orlando International Airport on an international flight. Other airports already use facial scanning for some departing international flights, but Orlando will be the first airport to require the scans for...
It's one thing to take a good selfie, it's something altogether different to include a caption that makes your followers laugh. Keri Lumm shares a few of her favorites.
Intel is suddenly looking for a permanent new CEO: In a surprise move, Brian Krzanich has resigned effective immediately after he violated company policy by having a relationship with an underling. The 58-year-old, who became CEO of the tech giant in 2013, had the relationship with an unidentified employee "some...
According to TechCrunch Instagram is launching a longer-form video hub on Thursday called IGTV. The site notes that videos will now be able to range from 15 seconds to 60 minutes.
California legislation that was billed as one of the nation's most aggressive efforts to revive net neutrality was watered down during a tense legislative hearing
Tesla has filed a lawsuit against a former employee whom the company has accused of stealing "gigabytes" of confidential data and allegedly hacking into the computers of its Nevada battery factory. According to Bloomberg , the suit identifies Martin Tripp of Sparks as the employee, who reportedly admitted to investigators that...
A former employee hacked into computers at Tesla's Nevada battery factory, stole confidential information and combined it with falsehoods in leaks to the media, the electric car maker alleged in a federal lawsuit
The Federal Trade Commission says it is holding broad-based hearings about technology, competition and privacy of a kind it hasn't held in more than 20 years