Elon Musk's brain implant company Neuralink says it has approval to start human trials
The device is about the size of a large coin and is designed to be implanted in the skull, with ultra-thin wires going directly into the brain.
Wanted man arrested after telling police they 'gotta be quicker than that' on Facebook
A wanted Ohio man had a message for police when they posted his photo on social media: "you gotta be quicker than that." It turns out, they were.
Elon Musk wants to build digital town square. But debut for Ron DeSantis has tech failure
The billionaire Twitter owner said the problems were due to “straining" servers because so many people were trying to listen to the audio-only event.
WhatsApp rolls out edit feature for sent messages
The popular chat app announced in a blog post Monday that users can correct misspellings, add more details or otherwise change what they have sent to friends, family and coworkers.
Surgeon general warns social media can have 'profound risk of harm' for kids
Could social media for kids be regulated next, like car seats and baby formula? The U.S. surgeon general is pushing policymakers to consider change in a new report on social media and youth mental health.
Digital seance: New AI tech will mimic speaking to dead family, friends
A tech designer is building a program called Seance AI, which will allow users to speak with a chatbot mimicking a dead loved one that could help people find closure.
TikTok, social media trends push performance crimes into US spotlight
A rise in thefts of Hyundais and Kias is linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security weakness to steal the cars.
Venmo for teens: Social payment app officially available for those 13 and up
Although many already use it, teens are now officially allowed to open a Venmo account with their parent's permission.
IT employee sues boss after mistaking his initials for lewd reference, email abbreviations for sexual advances
The tribunal said the email was a "genuine request for information" and did not insinuate a wanted a sexual relationship.
Meta Platforms' Instagram reportedly has Twitter competitor app in the works
Instagram reportedly has a new app in the pipeline with similarities to Twitter.
Science Day in St. Paul focuses on STEM opportunities for kids
When it comes to careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) - the future is now, and an event this weekend in St. Paul is looking to inspire the next generation of young minds.
These companion robots can help people with dementia find lost phones, keys
Researchers say they hope the technology could someday be used by anyone who frequently loses things, not just those with dementia.
ChatGPT is now a smartphone app on iPhones
The free ChatGPT app became available on iPhones and iPads in the U.S. on Thursday and will later be coming to Android devices.
Titanic: New 3D scans 'rewrite everything we know' about ill-fated voyage
Scientists have created a "digital twin" of the Titanic's wreckage, showing stunning details never seen before.
Wendy's to test underground robot delivery for mobile orders
Instead of requiring employees to bring out mobile food orders, the robotic system is designed to transport the orders underground "in seconds," the fast food chain said.
Montana becomes 1st state to ban TikTok
Montana has become the first state to completely ban TikTok.
iPhone will soon be able to replicate your voice after just 15 minutes of training
Apple said the new features were "designed to support millions of people globally who are unable to speak or who have lost their speech over time."
Missouri teacher resigns after using racial slur; student who recorded it suspended
A Missouri high school teacher who was videotaped repeatedly using a racial slur in class has resigned from the district, while the student who took the video finishes serving a school suspension.
Study: YouTube recommendations send violent and graphic videos to young children
YouTube is great at sending users videos that it thinks they'll like based on their interests. But new research shows that the site's powerful algorithms can also flood young users with violent and disturbing content.
ChatGPT's chief says AI should be regulated by a US or global agency
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman testified at a hearing saying that he supported the formation of an agency that would license the most powerful AI systems and have the authority to ensure compliance with safety standards.