A years-long crime spree by Chinese toilet paper thieves may have reached the end of its roll after park officials in southern Beijing installed facial recognition technology to flush out bathroom bandits.
An Ohio man claimed he was forced into a hasty window escape when his house caught fire last year. His pacemaker data obtained by police showed otherwise, and he was charged with arson and insurance fraud.
People who received regular lifestyle counseling online were able to lower their blood pressure as much as a medication would, researchers said Saturday.
Canada on Thursday announced limits on the use of drones for recreation following a surge in the number of incidents due to their rapid rise in popularity.
Inside an armoured vehicle in Mosul, a colonel scans live footage from a drone flying above the Iraqi city, hunting targets for a new weapon deployed against jihadists.
A computer security firm on Wednesday revealed a flaw that could let hackers break into WhatsApp or Telegram messaging accounts using the very encryption intended to protect messages.
The US state of California is easing its rules for autonomous car testing, by allowing testing of vehicles in which there is no human driver.
A “global startup” which makes electric racing vehicles unveiled plans Friday to sell a fully autonomous electric car in the US market by 2020.
Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday revealed that Facebook’s first family is growing, with a baby sister on the way for one-year-old daughter Maxima.
In an age of superfast computers and interconnected everything, the only sure way to protect the integrity of election results is to return to paper and pen.
Nintendo’s Switch console goes on sale Friday in a global launch seen as key for the Japanese videogame giant to reverse flagging sales and compete with Sony’s top-selling PlayStation 4.