The emoji’s reign of terror continues as lawmakers are crippled by the subjective nature of their meaning. Brave new world.
China has developed glasses technology that allows the wearer to cross-check faces with government databases. Truth is, we’re not that far off implementing it everywhere.
Facebook claims that their much-maligned default facial recognition can be switched off, however, the timing of the announcement is suspicious.
While most of us fear being killed by a terrorist, according to the statistics, the humble lawnmower should actually be the thing we fear the most.
San Francisco’s plan to introduce robo-cops to clean up the streets worked just fine … until it started to target the homeless population.
Believe it or not, the emoji is now being used in courts all over the world as a measure to determine criminal intent.
With Donald Trump looking into his own powers to pardon wrongdoing, we’re wondering if he can pardon himself to avoid impeachment.
After a man sued his date for texting through a favorite movie of his, we’re claiming that it should be a law we all abide by. Having someone ignore something you treasure is a crime most foul indeed.
The land of the free and the home of the spurious lawsuit has a new hero, a man who looked to single-handedly right injustice … in regards to imitation butter.