The Facebook CEO focuses on Thiel’s support of Donald Trump, when he should be addressing Thiel’s crusade against the press.
Obviously not. But maaaybe? (Still no.)
The vehicles of the future might be able to transport passengers to the distant past.
A group of engineers found a way to use everyday devices to transfer small amounts of data through skin.
Identifying cars would help it speed up pickup times at brick-and-mortar stores—but it could use the information to track your location.
A security researcher found a way to “piggyback” on video chats, and it’s very hard to detect.
Sorting the good from the bad, the creepy from the adorable
What does Silicon Valley think of Peter Thiel? Why did people fall for Theranos? And what’s in store for Marissa Mayer? In our third annual Silicon Valley Insiders Poll, more than 50 tech executives, innovators, and thinkers weigh in.
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Exploring the next frontiers in surveillance
Tristan Harris believes Silicon Valley is addicting us to our phones. He’s determined to make it stop.
Nicholas Anderson, a renewable-energy researcher in Colorado, talks about the appeal of working in a lab.
Bring beauty and joy to your timeline during these stormy final weeks.
Elaine Flowers Duncan, an engineer at NASA, talks about what drew her to rocket science.
Last year, the world lost at least $2.4 billion when governments intentionally shut down their countries’ networks.
All those Facebook photos are cute—but how are they affecting the kids?
Joe Sevart, an auto technician turned business owner in Kansas City, Missouri, talks about the future of servicing more advanced vehicles.
Even small tweaks can have a significant effect on an election.
The company wants to beat Apple at its own game.