Rather than tracking individual exposures, we should be using them for real-time info on what activities and locations may be responsible for the spread.
Motorola's first flagships in years are fantastic in many ways, but the Edge and Edge Plus have high price tags and too many quirks.
A top Trump adviser outlines a blueprint for experimenting with wireless tech on bases and using software to counter China's lead in hardware.
They won't grow a magic beanstalk, but the Galaxy Buds Live offer a unique fit, good sound with decent noise-canceling, and a price that's easy to stomach.
Adobe is adding technology to tag images with metadata, part of an effort to identify deepfakes and other efforts at manipulation.
Nandini Jammi’s advertiser boycotts scared brands away from journalism and into shady ad tech. Now she wants to teach marketers to think for themselves again.
A group of ecologists and biologists say the world's ticks, leeches, and tapeworms need love and conservation, too. Now they've got a 12-point plan.
This fall, thousands will show up to vote only to find out they’ve been purged. Lots of activists—and one Ohio man with lots of cats—are on a quest to fix that.
Amazon has patched the flaw, but its discovery underscores the importance of locking down your voice assistant interactions.
I never want to watch this movie again. 5/5 stars.