Computing And Information Technology

Kelly in harsh spotlight after senior aide's resignation

Feb 9, 2018

Pressure mounts on White House chief of staff John Kelly as questions swirl about his defense of now-departing top aide Rob Porter.

Interim security clearances are routine, but are they risky?

Feb 8, 2018

Interim security clearances are routine, but are they risky?

Inventors have their own Oscars: The Sci-Tech Awards

Feb 8, 2018

Engineers and inventors who create things for the movie business have their own Academy Awards

'Tear down this firewall' - US looks to expand Cuba internet

Feb 7, 2018

A U.S. task force is looking for ways to expand internet access in Cuba and is warning that the island's government uses online restrictions to stifle dissent

Russian hackers hunt hi-tech secrets, exploiting US weakness

Feb 7, 2018

An Associated Press investigation finds that Russian cyberspies pursuing sensitive U.S. defense technology tricked key contract workers into exposing their email to theft

Will Disney's streaming service roar - or squeak?

Feb 6, 2018

Will Disney's upcoming streaming services be the mouse that roared ... or squeaked

Olympic video and VR: Guide to watching without a TV

Feb 6, 2018

NBC is making 1,800 hours of Olympics coverage available on its website and app, but much of this requires having a cable or satellite TV subscription

Entegris puts up big profit, revenue numbers

Feb 6, 2018

Entegris breezes past Wall Street expectations, issues strong forecast

Google's AI push comes with plenty of people problems

Feb 2, 2018

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says AI is more important to humanity than fire or electricity _ but dealing with humans is proving challenging, too

Nebraska personal information bill wins initial approval

Feb 1, 2018

A bill designed to protect consumers from identity theft has won first-round approval from Nebraska lawmakers