Isaac Asimov, John Updike, and John Hersey changed their writing habits to adapt to word processors, according to the first literary historian of the technology.
The challenge of accounting for the damage reflects an outdated approach to cybersecurity.
It’s the cloudless map’s first major makeover since 2013.
A British startup is assigning a unique name to every meter of Earth’s surface. Should addressing systems be universalized—and privatized?
Ev Williams became a billionaire by helping to create the free and open web. Now, he’s betting against it.
So the U.S. Navy is developing a new kind of system—built specifically for drone submarines.
Seven years ago, the presumptive Republican nominee called for urgent action to stop climate change.
In the U.K. at least.
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Then you're willing to surrender your location to police—according to a recent federal court ruling.
Unless the Supreme Court acts
Finding empty pools for skateboarding has never been so easy.
A look at how The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and BuzzFeed compare.
The @-reply is dead.
First, know that some anxiety is normal.
Supporters in New Jersey seemed willing to look past Donald Trump’s flaws at a rally on Thursday night.
The island nation got none of its power from coal-fired power plants last week.
The social network has said that it would never try to influence how someone votes, but that doesn't mean that it couldn't.
Photos and links will no longer count against the famous constraint.
The company has no legal obligation to be balanced—and lawmakers know it.