Information security expert Avi Rubin explains why we won't be voting on our smartphones anytime soon
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What the co-founder of the Future of Life Institute thinks about the rise of AI
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Are touch screens rotting the brains of our youth? New research is finding some answers
The latest science weighs in
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New software allows researchers to finally capture the powerful health data generated by our smartphones
How four tech companies tried to fight feature bloat—to greater and lesser success
Software and hardware companies push new, feature-bloated versions on us every year. Why do we keep buying?
Ads don't have to be static or sneaky to be effective. Five user-friendly ways ads could thrive in a digital world
As we consume more and more of our media on mobile devices, advertisers are finding sneakier ways to deliver their messages
Personal privacy is not the only threat small drones pose. Add to that list occasional national security threats and lots of minor lacerations
Tough FAA regulations could ground the fledgling industry of high-tech commercial unmanned flight