American military backs an entirely new kind of processor
It could spot the first signs of a cyberattack or a disease outbreak.
Google will track your shopping trips to prove its ads work
Even in physical stores, Google is watching what you do with your credit card.
Target settles with 47 states over its 2013 data breach
It's paying $18.5 million and promising to mend its security habits.
Twitter gives you more control over how it uses your data
You might need it thanks to expanded data sharing, though.
Apple's AI acquisition could help Siri make sense of your data
The Lattice Data buyout might give Apple's AI assistant an edge.
LA fights soaring pedestrian deaths with an interactive map
The data aims to make the 450 miles where accidents occur most a lot safer.
Senate bill would make it harder to delete government data
It would require feds to have a darn good reason for yanking down publicly available information.
Unroll.me is sorry-not-sorry it sold email data to Uber
Unroll.me is apologizing for a lack of transparency, but not for selling info.