Canadian Researchers, Journalists Team Up For Snowden Database
March 12 2015 12:07 AM EDT
A group of Canadian researchers and journalists have built the world’s first fully-indexed online archive of Edward Snowden’s leaked NSA surveillance documents.
Twitter Bans Revenge Porn
March 11 2015 10:15 PM EDT
Offenders who continue to post revenge porn or dox other Twitter users will have their accounts locked until they delete the offending posts.
Parents Don't 'Like' Facebook Games
March 11 2015 7:53 PM EDT
A class action suit tries to force the social network to offer refunds to parents for kids' digital downloads.
Researchers To Test HIV Vaccine In Zimbabwe
March 11 2015 11:12 AM EDT
Around 15 percent of Zimbabwe’s population is thought to be living with HIV.
Google To Update Its Smartwatches With New Gestures
March 10 2015 11:11 PM EDT
The search giant’s wearable platform is learning a few new tricks to make it work better without a phone.
Google CFO Retires Early To Spend Time With Family
March 10 2015 10:42 PM EDT
The company’s finance exec decided to quit after his wife suggested they travel the world.
iPhone 6S Could Feature Edge Screen, Thanks To New Patent
March 10 2015 9:54 PM EDT
The patent includes new gestures along with buttons that can change based on what the user is doing.
World Cup Groups Enter Final Stages
March 10 2015 3:34 PM EDT
Positions remain up for grabs as the group stage of the 2015 Cricket World Cup approaches its conclusion.
ISIS Alliance Unlikely To Give Boko Haram A Military Boost
March 10 2015 3:12 PM EDT
Both groups stand to reap propaganda gains, but it's not clear Boko Haram will get the operational support it needs from ISIS.
'Resident Evil: Revelations 2' Finally Makes Sense
March 10 2015 8:26 AM EDT
Capcom's episodic "Resident Evil" finally proves it's got more than a few jumps, scares and some gore.
Global Warming Rate Could Climb To 1,000-Year High: Study
March 10 2015 3:13 AM EDT
The Arctic is already the fastest warming part of Earth, and is experiencing accelerated thinning and shrinking of its ice cover.
Ivory Coast's 'Iron Lady' Sentenced To 20 Years In Jail
March 10 2015 1:55 AM EDT
Simone Gbagbo was accused of aiding her husband in organizing armed terror gangs that undermined the country's security.
New MacBook Features One Connector To Rule Them All
March 09 2015 9:49 PM EDT
The laptop’s new USB Type-C plug is reversible in more ways than one.
Google’s Latest Android Update Includes HD Voice, Improved Security
March 09 2015 8:58 PM EDT
The company’s new mobile software has bug fixes for Nexus smartphones.
Google Crashes Apple’s Watch Party With Android Wear Ad
March 09 2015 8:48 PM EDT
The company is touting its customers’ originality with smartwatches from different manufacturers.
9 Foreigners Missing In Libya After Oil Field Raid
March 09 2015 12:26 PM EDT
Gunmen allegedly aligned with ISIS kidnap nine, behead eight in oil field raid.
Chad, Niger Launch New Offensive Against Boko Haram
March 09 2015 9:19 AM EDT
Coalition forces entered Nigeria in a massive convoy that included tanks, cargo trucks and water tankers, a witness said.
Cycling Union Disregarded Magnitude Of Doping Problem
March 08 2015 10:11 PM EDT
An independent commission said union leaders were more interested in protecting the sport's stars.
Chad, Niger Launch Offensive Against Boko Haram
March 08 2015 5:00 PM EDT
The Nigerian militant organization declared its allegiance to the Islamic State group on Saturday.
Today, It Is 'More Dangerous To Be A Woman Than A Soldier,' UN Says
March 08 2015 2:57 PM EDT
The world has made strides in gender equality but it still has much further to go, activists say.