Universities are struggling to find balance between academic openness and the need for computer security across their networks.
Elon Musk is the tech world's favorite hypothetical presidential candidate.
Last week, my colleague Adrienne and I examined a digital moral quandary: whether or not to install an ad-blocker. Ad…
There are hints the tech giant is dipping into its classic playbook.
The strange photos that showed up on the lost iPhone may not have been exactly what they seemed.
A new United Nations study shows who can and cannot connect to the web.
Earth isn’t the only place that shakes from time to time.
The company behind the navigation app is looking for a way to reduce its signature treacherous left turns.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog’s chief says Iranian officials collected environmental samples from the Parchin military site before his agency’s visit.
The Megaupload founder—and three of his associates—are fighting extradition to the U.S.
The company inserted a device into almost 500,000 cars meant to trick emissions testing, the EPA says.
Software promises a better experience for readers, but at what cost?
They’re invisible, everywhere, and mostly harmless: an Object Lesson.
The web's information filters are making assumptions about you based on details that you might not even notice yourself.
When texting or using instant messaging, I often write “mmm” as shorthand for a sound of agreement (imagine me nodding…
Not all of the land inside America’s most iconic public places is publicly owned.
Some of today’s sewers were built before bathrooms as we know them existed. It’s time to upgrade.
Jason Barnes plays music with a robot hand.
A new app gives college students the option to only report a sexual assault if someone else is raped by the same person.