The field support robot will be fetching after all sorts of objects during the weekend's track and field events. It's one of several robots designed to make the Games more user-friendly and efficient.
The Israeli firm is under scrutiny after reports its products were used by countries seeking to spy on dissidents and leaders.
Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of the U.S. East Coast, allowing spoilers to slip through and upsetting those who want to watch the games later in prime time. Here are some ways you can try to block the news.
Washington Post reporter Craig Timberg explains how military-grade spyware licensed to governments and police departments has infiltrated the iPhones of journalists, activists and others.
State and federal regulators have launched numbers probes of the popular stock trading app, just as it hopes institutional investors and its own users will buy up its stock.
The tech giants' vaccine requirements could push other employers to follow suit.
A group of employees urged the video game company to work with them on four demands, including an end to mandatory arbitration clauses in employee contracts and the release of salary and other data.
TikTok is owning the 2020 Olympics as athletes share highlights and behind the scenes updates from Tokyo with each other and followers at home.
President Biden signed a directive aimed at improving cybersecurity for critical infrastructure systems like energy and food — but it's up to private companies to actually follow those standards.
The Facebook-owned app is making new accounts for kids under 16 private by default, amid growing pressure over child safety and privacy.
Coastal cities need billions of dollars to build defenses against sea level rise. Tensions are rising over where that funding will come from: taxpayers or private companies with waterfront property?
The state Board of Education has approved State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ recommendation to launch a career pathway in cloud computing. The pathway will include three courses: Introduction to Software Technology, Computer Science Principles and Cloud Computing.
Artist Matthew Mazzotta says every community needs public spaces to gather, discuss, and address issues. He works with towns to reimagine overlooked buildings and give them a new public purpose.
Wikipedian Jake Orlowitz describes how volunteers update the world's largest encyclopedia. And co-founder Jimmy Wales says the site must not only be a neutral space, but one that encourages diversity.
Amazon, Delta and Capital One were among dozens of sites hit by the widespread outage. Content distribution network Akamai says the disruption was caused by a software configuration update.