Google's Paris HQ raided by French tax authorities
The local authorities have long been rumoured to be watching the search giant closely.
Facebook finds 'no evidence' of political bias in Trending Topics
But the company says it can't rule out the possibility of some bad actors.
Violent crime prediction algorithms are racially biased
A new study shows that software-driven risk assessment tools are hardly blind to race.
ICYMI: Rubik's phone, underwater bomb bot and more
In the future, your phone will morph into a game controller and back again.
ICYMI: Electronics that can heal themselves and super camera
This conductive material can be cut in half, then meld back together with 30 minutes and room temperature.
New phones let Japan's government secretly track its citizens
Five new handsets from NTT DoCoMo will let authorities find you without consent or notice.
Knight Foundation invests $60 million to protect digital free speech
The newly-minted '1st Amendment Institute' will call Columbia University home.