Elliptic says its anti-money laundering tool can tell banks if a bitcoin is stolen or was earned through crime.
Cloaking techniques nicked from viruses tackle roadblocks on way to medical frontier US scientists have tackled two main stumbling blocks to the development of injectable nanomachines for medical and scientific use.…
Our main findings: Some Philadelphia schools have pioneered technology use in several ways. But its overall use is spotty, often dependent on school leadership, teacher training and buy-in, and overall District stability.
The loss of Jon Karkow and Cagri Sever is a reminder that aviation remains a dangerous pursuit. The post Icon A5 Crash Kills 2, Including the Unique Plane’s Lead Engineer appeared first on WIRED.
Jeff and Russ sit down with TVGuide.com editors Adam Bryant and Sadie Gennis to discuss the best and worst television of 2015.
Judge calls the ride-hailing service’s offer to settle driver misclassification lawsuit unfair, inadequate and unreasonable.
Samsung didn’t copy Apple’s patents because Google created the tech first and Apple doesn’t even use the specific accused features in the iPhone, attorneys argue in closing their case.
A new leak of details from within the upcoming companion app for the Apple Watch claims to show some unannounced features we can expect from the wearable when it arrives sometime early this year. The dump of the app’s settings screens from 9to5Mac show panels that let users tweak how it handles Activity, Accessibility, Messages, […]
A Nebraska jury has ordered Sprint to pay $30 million to Prism Technologies, a patent-holding company that has sued the five largest cell phone carriers. Tuesday’s verdict (PDF) comes at a time when Congress is debating, for the second time in recent years, a bill to rein in companies like Prism, often referred to as “patent trolls.” Prism Technologies was […]