NPR | Sept. 28, 2016
Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and IBM form a group to set the first industrywide best practices for the technology already powering many applications, such as voice and image recognition.
NPR | Sept. 28, 2016
A cartoon frog became popular, then a pariah. Now the Anti-Defamation League has identified it as a hate symbol. We take a short look at the amphibious, ambiguous meme.
OPB | Sept. 28, 2016
OSU is ignoring the advice of some of its ocean scientists by building a $50 million research center in Newport's tsunami zone.
Technology | Nation | BusinessNPR | Sept. 27, 2016 3:38 p.m.
The report titled "Cellular Phones Are Completely Mobile" features a man who was "among the first 1,500 customers to use a new mobile phone system called cellular."
World | Technology | NationNPR | Sept. 27, 2016 2:06 p.m.
NPR's David Welna was recently hacked by a pro-Kremlin website when he applied for press credentials in Ukraine. He's hardly alone. But it's an issue the U.S. government is reluctant to discuss.
Online tracking is no longer about "cookies." New technology helps trackers to link online breadcrumbs — including across devices — through browser settings, battery levels and other details.
World | Election | Business | Health | Technology | Nation | Education | Science | Economy | Election 2016NPR | Sept. 26, 2016 6:53 p.m.
NPR reporters and editors annotated Monday night's debate as it happened. Read the final fact check, analysis and context here.
World | Nation | Technology | Election | BusinessNPR | Sept. 26, 2016 3:41 p.m.
The U.S. is about to complete its long-planned handover of Internet domain name management to a global non-profit. Republicans argue it's an example of the Obama administration giving up U.S. power.
Environment | Business | local | Sustainability | Technology | CommunitiesThe Register-Guard | Sept. 25, 2016 7:22 p.m.
Thirteen railcars, one of them containing a hazardous, flammable liquid, derailed on a Union Pacific train Sunday, prompting a partial evacuation, detouring traffic well into the night and stalling Amtrak train passengers.
World | Technology | ScienceNPR | Sept. 25, 2016 5:33 a.m.
Researchers used a new kind of analysis to make a virtual image of a crumbling ancient scroll from Israel. Biblical scholars were able to read the recreated text, which is from Leviticus.
Business | Health | local | Technology | Nation | NW Life | News | Transportation | EconomyOPB | Sept. 23, 2016 9:45 a.m. | Portland
Transportation experts say a new kind of speed camera has reduced speeding along a Portland highway by 93 percent.
Charlotte's mayor tells NPR that the footage will be released "eventually," but that there's no timeline for it. This summer, North Carolina passed a law limiting the public's access to such videos.