Four technology policy experts debate whether the EU has declared war on Silicon Valley.
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The Facebook CEO will appear before the House Financial Services Committee—ostensibly to discuss the cryptocurrency, but the questions could range far beyond.
With its first fully electric car, Polestar delivers a fully evolved sedan engineered for economy and more than enough performance.
The social media company says it will more closely monitor foreign outlets, and warn users when posts are considered false—unless they're from politicians.
Researchers take inspiration from cotton candy to make a gelatin scaffolding, which could help realize the dream of more sustainable steaks and chicken breasts.
The artist is intent on bringing real quality to streaming audio, whether you want it or not.
For once, Google’s latest phone falls short. Its predecessor is just as good—and cheaper.
UPS has a deal with CVS, and Google sibling Wing is making deliveries for Walgreens in Virginia.
It was an inside job.
Don't trust the tech giants to safeguard all your information? We don't blame you. Here's a solid option for doing it yourself.
Your brain has better things to do than store secure passwords. Get a dedicated password manager to keep your login data synced and secure across all devices.
Democracy is a kumbaya potluck where the whole class is invited. Silicon Valley's democratization, meanwhile, caters to infinite constituencies of one.
Both. Yes, authoritarians have co-opted tech. But the story is far from over.
Small children (and sometimes bigger ones) can be as slippery as salmon. Keep an eye on them with a kid-friendly GPS tracker.
Once the $10 billion Webb Telescope is blasted into orbit, it will seek out water on Earth-like planets, stars being born, and more elusive interstellar quarry.
Each month we publish a six-word story—and it could be written by you.
These multitalented routers ensure that your home Wi-Fi isn't just stable and fast but also secure.
Surveillance works best when the bad guys can see they're being watched. So why design smart-home security cameras to blend in so beautifully?
When the cracks in the facade begin to show, just keep calm and consider supply and demand.
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