Australian beaches are being monitored by drones in a four-day trial to protect swimmers from an increase in crocodile sightings.
In the coming weeks, Apple will be expected to start paying back €13 billion in taxes. Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he wants the funds "without delays".
The device uses common electrical parts and can be built with an investment of $100.
US and Afghan forces reportedly bombed 10 Taliban opium factories as part of a joint military operation between the two countries called "Operation Jagged Knife".
China's former top internet regulator and censor is being investigated by the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption arm.
Twitter furiously lambasted the president for appearing to side with Moore despite the serious allegations.
The next Mars rover will have chainmail wheels that can carry more load which means more scientific equipment.
Budweiser says the barley it sends to the ISS will remain aboard for a month, before it makes its way back to the Earth to be analysed further.
"Your opponents control most internet companies," Assange warned Trump in a tweet. "Careful."
Details were still collected even if a device has been reset to factory default settings, no mobile apps have been installed and there is no SIM card installed in the phone.
The Iranian hacker, Behzad Mesri, who went by the pseudonym "Skote Vashat" or "Mr Smith", reportedly has links to the Iranian military.
Different manufacturers will roll out updates to fix the issue on their own devices which means customers could receive patches at different times, depending on their system.
Meg Whitman will be succeeded by Antonio Neri, the current president of HP Enterprise.
Tether said it is now attempting to get the stolen funds back and also ensure that the hacker cannot spend the money.
Uber reportedly paid hackers $100k to delete info and keep a hack of 57 million users' data. Of those, 600,000 drivers had their names and license details exposed