Other countries are bringing the democratic process to the digital age—but challenges remain
We could easily go ad-free—if we put our money where our mouse is
How Apple, Google and Microsoft are racing to control your digital life—from phone to home-automation system
Some of the brightest minds in science and tech think we need a plan to keep humans safe from supersmart machines
Are you ready for supersmart AI to make your decisions for you?
The latest science weighs in
New software allows researchers to finally capture the powerful health data generated by our smartphones
Software and hardware companies push new, feature-bloated versions on us every year. Why do we keep buying?
As we consume more and more of our media on mobile devices, advertisers are finding sneakier ways to deliver their messages
Tough FAA regulations could ground the fledgling industry of high-tech commercial unmanned flight
With new rapid-fire ways to communicate, e-mails are on the decline. But they might not be headed for extinction
New security features for plastic cards might keep Apple Pay, Google Wallet and others at bay
We’re the biggest losers when all those counted steps aren’t used for research
The race to find a better on-screen keyboard has spawned new ways for machines to understand us
Software developers know about bugs—but ship products anyway
How to get rich with an Internet joke: be a goof
A scuffle at a Connecticut opera reveals the bleak future of the orchestra pit
Why it's nearly impossible to design new tech that will please everyone
Peer-to-peer transactions are spreading offline and into the real world. Are you riding with strangers yet?
You can now control your phone from your wrist. But why would you ever want to?