WASHINGTON - The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy said on Wednesday the Trump administration is launching a national education partnership to expand access to K-12 quantum information science (QIS) education with major companies and research institutions.
OAKLAND, Calif. - Alphabet Inc's Google Cloud unit is poised for a surge in fourth-quarter sales from U.S. retailers, as they brace for record online shopping during the holidays because of COVID-19 lockdowns.
Facebook has completed a series of deals for the right to show music videos on its platform, raising the prospect of its competing more with Alphabet’s video platform YouTube in the area, Bloomberg said Thursday.
NASA’s next-generation Mars rover Perseverance blasted off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral on Thursday atop an Atlas 5 rocket on a $2.4 billion mission to search for traces of potential past life on Earth’s planetary neighbor.
Taking a step toward a dream over a century in the making, New Hampshire became the first state in the nation to open its public highways to flying cars when Gov. Chris Sununu signed a transportation bill, HB 1182, into law.
Facebook Inc's decisions to allow controversial posts by President Donald Trump established a "terrible precedent" that could allow the platform to be "weaponized to suppress voting," an external civil rights audit found on Wednesday.
A rocket from small-satellite launch firm Rocket Lab failed to reach orbit minutes after a successful liftoff from New Zealand on Saturday, the company said, losing its payload of seven small satellites it had intended to carry to space.
PLYMOUTH — The board of directors of the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, which serves 84,000 homes and businesses in 115 Granite State communities, has voted to pursue providing high-speed internet access for members, and has appropriated $1 million toward the effort.
LEWISTON, Idaho - Chip Damato didn't think he was picking sides in the U.S.-China tech war when he sent a crew to the roof of the Lewis Clark Hotel last year to install new telecommunications equipment.
TEL AVIV/ZURICH - Israeli start-up Redefine Meat plans to launch 3D printers to produce plant-based steaks mimicking real beef next year in a bid for a slice of the fast-growing alternative meat market.
OAKLAND, Calif. - Alphabet Inc's Google upended plans by European media companies to block it from harvesting data about their readers and slash some of its dominance in online advertising, seven people involved in the talks said this month.
When the American Civil Liberties Union ran a test of Amazon.com Inc.’s facial recognition technology, the software falsely matched 28 members of Congress, many of them minorities, with mugshots of arrested people from police files.
WASHINGTON — Up to three planets — potentially rocky like Earth — have been spotted around a star located relatively near our solar system — a planetary system offering astronomers intriguing possibilities in the search for signs of extraterrestrial life.
TOKYO — As face coverings become the norm amid the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese startup Donut Robotics has developed an internet-connected “smart mask” that can transmit messages and translate from Japanese into eight other languages.
A six-year-old lawsuit — filed in the ashes of the high-stakes failure of a New Hampshire tech company to manufacture iPhone screens — is winding down, after holdout defendant Apple Inc. recently agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle claims.
To help create interest about NASA space missions within a diverse population of college students, a research associate professor at the University of New Hampshire is leading a collaboration project with Howard University in Washington, D.C., and Sonoma State University in California.
DURHAM — Scientists from the University of New Hampshire’s Space Science Center will use a $4.6 million grant from NASA to create a project that will offer a group of college students from across the country hands-on research experience designing and building small satellites that will be la…
WASHINGTON — An advocacy group backed by the tech industry sued President Donald Trump on Tuesday over his executive order that would weaken a law protecting online platforms including social media companies that label or fact-check his posts.