When Apple next week begins shifting the iCloud accounts of its China-based customers to a local partner’s servers, it also will take a step that alarms some privacy specialists: store the encryption keys for those accounts in China.
Wireless companies are finally setting deadlines for the rollout of the next wave of technology designed to revolutionize the way machines reach the internet, 5G.
Inspired by slithering snakes, scientists have constructed flexible scaly skins that allow immobile soft robots to crawl, maneuvering through even rough surfaces such as asphalt and concrete.
The tech companies vowed this week to stamp out conspiracy videos and misinformation on the Parkland, Fla., shooting. So far, they are falling short.
The online file storage company, part of a group of highly valued start-ups known as “unicorns,” said it planned to raise up to $500 million in a public offering.
Huawei Technologies, a Chinese maker of smartphones and telecom gear, is seen in Washington as a potential tool of state-sponsored spying, but Britain and several other U.S. allies are embracing Huawei’s technology.
Researchers scanned young thylacines preserved in jars in museums, gaining an understanding of when in their development the marsupials turned canine-like.
Volkswagen, the world’s biggest car maker by sales, said net income more than doubled last year on the back of strong sales of its marques and the effect of cost-cutting at its flagship VW brand.
A maker of chip-testing equipment, Xcerra, said it was walking away from a proposed sale to a Chinese group because of regulatory concerns.
Moving through the deep seas with jets of water uses much more energy than swimming with fins, but this shellfish has found a way to make it work very well.