A racetrack veteran compares the Self Racing Cars contest in California to hot-rod modders of old: “This event, with its hackers, tinkerers and engineers, is just like that.”
Twitter borrows most of its best ideas from users. Except the idea to set our feeds on fire.
In China, where facial recognition cameras are celebrated as a national triumph, many citizens convince themselves that everywhere else is filled with danger.
We’re examining our policies and practices around data, too.
Sure, electronic eyes are spying. But look at all this pocket computer can do!
The digital world is not designed to keep women safe. New regulations should be.
We’ve given up too much control over our digital lives. We need a law to take some of it back.
The forces of wealth creation once fostered the right to be left alone. But that has changed.
The cloud computing project, known as JEDI, is one of the largest federal information technology contracts in history.
The screenless internet could be amazing — or terrible.