Researchers detail the evolution of the world’s strangest fish, and describe how it could be a potentially powerful tool for scientists to study ocean life.
Despite the repeated privacy lapses, Facebook offers a fairly robust set of tools to control who knows what about you.
Stanford's John Hennessy, now chair of Google parent Alphabet, and Berkeley's David Patterson developed the Reduced Instruction Set Computer in the 1980s.
While potential photographic subjects would shy away from a DSLR-wielding tourist, barely a soul would notice a box as compact as Leica’s CL.
Human error leads to countless leaky databases. But Google has some new protections in place to help cloud customers better help themselves.
Opinion: Facebook and Google should stop accepting political advertising from groups whose funders and true agenda are unclear.
Sennheiser’s wireless HD 4.4 BT headphones sound a lot better than they look, with a price that’s hard to beat.
Canyon started selling racing bikes in the US last year. Now, the German company brings over its smooth-riding commuter.
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Alexander Nix has been suspended until further notice and replaced by Cambridge's head of data, Alexander Tayler.