Chinese and Iranian hackers have been aggressively targeting US businesses and government agencies because of Donald Trump's ongoing conflicts with the two countries, the New York Times has reported.
An Israeli space project backed by American billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is set to make history by launching the first ever private spacecraft to the moon this week.
Great white sharks may prove unlikely saviours of human lives thanks to their huge and extraordinary genome, scientists have revealed in a discovery which could prove crucial in the finding a cure for cancer. An international team have published the first complete great white shark genome, a transcript
An international team of scientists left from Vancouver over the weekend for a research expedition to the Gulf of Alaska where they will conduct the first comprehensive study of Pacific salmon in the region. "The discoveries that will be made will lead to an understanding of how to be responsible
Skygazers suffering withdrawal symptoms after last month’s lunar eclipse will soon be treated to a “super snow moon”. On 19 February the full moon will be the biggest and brightest in 2019 because its orbit is at its closest to earth, at around 356,800km (221,700 miles). February’s full moon is also
A Canadian security expert says Ottawa will be cheering from the sidelines over fresh signals that Britain believes it can manage any 5G security risks posed by Huawei Technologies. Wesley Wark, a University of Ottawa intelligence expert who closely studies the 5G issue, says if Britain gives Huawei
Apple's 2019 line-up might have been revealed in a new report by a respected Apple analyst. Just about everything in Apple's line-up will be getting updated, according to the report. Not only will long-awaited new products arrive – such as the AirPower charging mat – there will be multiple
China's government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese mobile network gear poses a cybersecurity threat to countries rolling out new internet systems. The U.S. argues that Beijing might use Chinese tech companies to gather intelligence
Germany's financial market regulator issued a two-month ban Monday on short-selling shares of payment service provider Wirecard AG, whose stock has swung sharply in recent months. The regulator said creating new net short positions or increasing existing net short positions in Wirecard's stock
TORONTO -- Ontario ministers continued their crusade against carbon taxes last week even as their government posted details of its own pollution pricing plan."We oppose a carbon tax in any form, absolutely," Finance Minister Vic Fedeli said at a press conference on Wednesday. "It will
Samsung is gearing up to launch its most important smartphone in years. The Samsung Galaxy S10, the tenth anniversary model of the long-running Galaxy range, promises a major upgrade in terms of power and features.
As smartphone fans await a trio of new phones from Samsung next week, eyes will soon be turning to what could be the Korean company's next innovation - a folding smartphone known as the Samsung Galaxy X.
Apple's 2019 iPhone could have the ability to give its battery power to other phones, according to a new leak. The new handsets – perhaps called the iPhone 11 – might be able to turn themselves into wireless chargers, allowing them to give spare battery to other phones that can charge that way,
Twitter seems to be secretly keeping hold of direct messages between users long after they were deleted, a security researcher has discovered. Delhi-based researcher Karan Saini discovered long-ago deleted messages when he downloaded an archive of his data from Twitter, including messages sent to accounts
RAMAT GAN, Israel (AP) — A nonprofit Israeli consortium said Monday that it hopes to make history this week by launching the first private aircraft to land on the moon.
The developers of Apex Legends are rushing to fix bugs and kick out cheaters – and have called on players to help.
Facebook has claimed it is open to "meaningful regulation" from British MPs after a damning report accused it of behaving like a "digital gangster" in the online world.
Apple's long-rumoured, much-hyped new AirPods are on their way. Until recently, they'd be considered one and the same – but recent leaks have suggested that Apple might update the two separately, with different release dates. It could even be a part of Apple's March event.
BERLIN (AP) — Travelers in Berlin will soon be able to use a single app to switch seamlessly between public transport, rental bikes, car-sharing and taxis without signing up for each service individually, officials said Monday.
A Chinese surveillance company has been tracking the movements of at least 2.5 million residents in a province where Muslim minorities have been the target of a far-reaching security clampdown, internet experts have found. Victor Gevers, of the non-profit group GDI.Foundation, which supports an open
China's government on Monday accused the United States of trying to block its industrial development by alleging that Chinese telecom gear is a cybersecurity threat. The U.S. says that Beijing might use Chinese tech companies to gather intelligence about foreign countries. The U.S. has been putting
Adopting the Twitter hashtag #i_support_ABSHER, some Saudis listed what they like about the e-government portal, which men can use to give permission for women to travel. Without male approval, Saudi women can’t leave the country. Some tweets referred to accusations made by human-rights defenders that
LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers issued a scathing report Monday that calls for tougher rules to keep Facebook and other tech firms from acting like "digital gangsters" and intentionally violating data privacy and competition laws.
A province in eastern China is moving to ban teachers from assigning homework on mobile apps as part of an effort to save students' eyesight.