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Last October, China paraded a hypersonic weapon, showing off a technology we dont even have yet.

Jim Inhofe

Found on FOX News
10 days ago

Tech

We are working hard to disrupt and dismantle these criminal networks, and we applaud the law enforcement authorities who are already part of this fight. We urge governments to give these authorities the investigative tools, fundingand resources they need to bring criminal counterfeiters to justice because criminal enforcement -- through prosecution and other disruption measures such as freezing assets -- is one of the most effective ways to stop them.

Dharmesh Mehta

Found on FOX News
11 days ago

Tech

Our concern is with the malign actions of the Chinese Communist Party and specific individuals, not with the Chinese people, the graduate students and researchers who are targeted, co-opted, and exploited by the PRC government for its military gain represent a small subset of Chinese student and researcher visa applicants coming to the United States.

Mike Pompeo

Found on FOX News
17 days ago

Tech

Tamez says even if a scan shows an empty hidden compartment it could pay off down the road. The imager gives us the opportunity to, once we find that compartment, scan it. If its empty we never have to tell the bad guy that we found it and all we can do is start doing our research and putting lookouts on this particular vehicle so we can target it at a later time, said Tamez. Tamezsays it saves his team time, money, and officers lives. The alternative is paying for damages on a vehicle, the alternative is having your officers come in contact with fentanyl and possibly overdosing, theres just so many, so many secondary and tertiaryeffects that are negative that can be avoided with a device like this, said Tamez. IBM DITCHES FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY, JOINS CALL FOR POLICE REFORMS Viken is constantly upgrading. Its latest invention, the Osprey-UVX, is an X-ray machine that scans the bottom of moving vehicles.Its expected to roll out later this year at the Laredo and Brownsville ports of entry. Officers will be able to scan a car instantly as it passes through their ports. Security technology company Viken Detection's latest invention is an under vehicle scanner called the Osprey-UVX which can detect hidden items stashed under cars. It's expected to be rolled out at the Southern Texas border later this year. It can scan moving vehicles as they drive over it (Viken Detection) You can stay in your vehicle and you can drive either over or through a portal and you will be able to get a complete image of the vehicle, said Ryan. Within the year Viken Detection hopes to take things even further by trialinga new device that can scanan entire vehicle as it crosses a port of entry. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Our goal is for CBP to go through these demonstrations over the next couple of months and by year-end they will be making their decision and we expect 2021 and beyond to be in installation mode getting these vehicle scanners all the way across the board.

Jim Ryan

Found on FOX News
19 days ago

Tech

Weve come to this place where history is viewed only entirely through the prism of the present.

Emma Soames

Found on FOX News
21 days ago

Tech

It was touching to see that nurses covered from head to toe in protective gear pinned photos of themselves on their chests so that patients could see their faces.

Klaus Schnenberger

Found on FOX News
23 days ago

Tech

Were at an important moment in our history, a time when progress, which has been far too slow, feels suddenly poised to move forward in a great leap. Each of us has a role to play in making sure we rise to the occasion. Things must change and Apple is committed to being a force for that change.

Tim Cook

Found on FOX News
24 days ago

Tech

The reality is that facial recognition technology is too dangerous to be used at all. Like nuclear or biological weapons, it poses such a profound threat to the future of humanity that it should be banned outright, lawmakers need to stop pandering to Big Tech companies and corrupt law enforcement agencies and do their jobs.

Evan Greer

Found on FOX News
25 days ago

Tech

Its just one honest shot, theres no trickery involved, showing the time machine and hoverboard gliding down the runway together, this time we were using velcro on the bottom of the boots, which meant I could tear away from the board if I ever needed to.

Sam Rogers

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

The shots still came out great and I was delighted with the results, as a lifelong Back to the Future fan, it really was a dream come true.

Sam Rogers

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

Back to the Future Part II. for my tenth birthday I was given a DeLorean time machine, the design of this car was just the coolest thing in the world and more so the way the second movie illustrated flight.

Sam Rogers

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

We were all set -- we had the car, the hoverboard and the gravity jet suit to make it fly.

Sam Rogers

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

The crackdown ranges from removing the content to disabling the account, to covering the content with a warning, and cases that pose harm to public safety, law enforcement is involved, but, the company may need to step up their efforts.

Kristen Ruby

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

The problem is Facebook allowed those ads but banned pro-life ads in Ireland during the campaign whether to allow abortion or not. Facebook isnt consistently pro-freedom at all, and thats whats scary.

Dan Gainor

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

Facebook has a massive set of content guidelines that are so broad and extensive they could ban almost any content, in addition, Facebook just announced a new Oversight Board that will handle content appeals. That board is overwhelmingly international and lacks American support for First Amendment ideals.

Dan Gainor

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

That puts us in a lot of danger, and many of these pages still run, and its especially ironic that Facebook is OKwith Death to America but wants to censor Americans trying to get back to work.

Steven Nabil screenshot

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

It will take a cross-generational effort, if we learn how to spot the bad actors, we can spend our time focusing on those moments that matter.

Vint Cerf

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

Unlikely, but perhaps. As it turns out, they were right. According to the news agency, 24-year-old Brian first showed COVID-19 symptoms in late March. He then self-isolated at home with his parents, where he lives. A few days later, his mother Florences test positive came back positive, after shed felt fatigued and had a high fever. As she recovered in bed, the cat would snuggle up to her. Then Papille too fell ill. She couldnt stand, she wouldnt react when we called her. Shed barely lift her head, said Brian. It was us who transmitted the virus. CORONAVIRUS TESTING SHORTFALL IN CRISIS-AFFECTED AREAS RISKS UNDETECTED OUTBREAKS Papille was tested for COVID-19 at a national vet school in Paris. Human-to-animal transmission is not something that is impossible, but it is very rare, we have no cases of humans being infected by pets.

Renaud Tissier

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

The attack in 2016 used over 1M [1 million] IoT [Internet of Things] devices, whereas here we see the same impact with only a few hundred, we are talking about a major amplification, a major cyberattack that could disable critical parts of the Internet.

Yehuda Afek

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

We are talking about a major amplification, a major cyberattack that could disable critical parts of the Internet.

Yehuda Afek

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

I suspect this case will do little to stem the tide of anti-conservative bias and treatment of conservative employees in corporate America writ large and Silicon Valley specifically.

Justin Danhof

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

Lokibot is commodity malware used by a number of criminal organizations, this is a continuation of the trend weve been seeing that attackers are capitalizing on our fears around COVID-19.

Tanmay Ganacharya

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

Weve extended the increased hourly pay through May 30.We are also extending double overtime pay in the U.S. and Canada. These extensions increase our total investment in pay during COVID-19 to nearly $800 million for our hourly employees and partners, in addition, we are providing flexibility with leave of absence options, including expanding the policy to cover COVID-19 circumstances, such as high-risk individuals or school closures. We continue to see heavy demand during this difficult time and the team is doing incredible work for our customers and the community.

Timothy Carter

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

People dont want us to play the role of deciding for them whats true and whats not true but they do want people to play a much stronger role providing context.

Nick Pickles

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Tech

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