"To do that work from Russia takes a remarkable amount of courage."
When I used Instacart, I never touched my avocados for ripeness or assessed tomatoes for their size. I already felt profoundly disconnected from my food.
My goal was one month of zero bangs on email, text, social media, Slack, dating apps, letters (yes, letters), notes to my roommates — everything.
As long as there are ATMs, hackers will be there to drain them of money.
Can a crazy good camera, or a neural processing unit, or four different SKUs — including one that supports 5G — make a difference in this era of slowing smartphone sales?
A new wave of funding means improvements to the equipment that first discovered gravitational waves in 2015, which will, ultimately, help us map out the universe.
There's very little data to back up the assumption that in vitro or cultured meat, as it's also known, will be better for the environment than traditional cattle.
Voice computing seeks to deliver a single correct response to any query. That's why it's going to upend our relationship with information.
Decades after Steinbeck, Joshua Dudley Greer also hit the road with his pooch, an English bulldog named Echo.
If the satellites were to collide, shards of satellite (years of work, some dollar signs) would shoot out, lost, into space. They would turn into yet more bits feeding the already significant swirl of space debris imperiling other orbiters.
Direct democracy! Universal basic income! Fascism!? The inside story of Italy's Five Star Movement and the cyberguru who dreamed it up.
The federal government has historically made it extremely difficult for researchers to explore cannabis, particularly its health effects. And universities haven't exactly been clamoring to fund studies into how and where cannabis is grown.
In eight years, we've gone from Damn You Autocorrect to treating the strip of three predicted words as a sort of wacky but charming oracle.
Yes, bitcoin eliminates certain trusted intermediaries that are inherent in other payment systems like credit cards. But you still have to trust bitcoin — and everything about it.
As Facebook turns 15, it's confronting some of its biggest challenges yet, including a looming Federal Trade Commission investigation and potential federal regulation from Congress. To celebrate the milestone, we're taking a comprehensive look at what Facebook has become.
This January should be remembered for its unusual warmth, not its cold.
I don't mind that Superman can fly. I don't mind that he can fly while carrying a massive building. No, I am concerned about the way he carries it.
"In roughly three decades, the global population will begin to decline," journalist John Ibbitson and political scientist Darrel Bricker write in their new book, and "once that decline begins, it will never end."
It's where grannies share pictures of their grandkids and where state-sponsored trolls wage cyberwar against other countries. It's how volunteers raise money for hurricane victims and how hate-mongers rally their followers to kill people. How did that happen?
Here's what happens when you have a product that successful: You get comfortable. More accurately, you get protective. You don't want to try anything new.