Twitter is far from the only factor influencing voters, but given how much President Trump has relied on the social network, it's worth looking at how the other candidates perform relative to the current occupant of the Oval Office.
Our big tech firms have been pushing the boundaries of augmented reality and intelligent assistants, working to create a mixed reality where both real and computer-generated views co-exist with globe-spanning artificial intelligence. David Gewirtz imagines the future of artificial reality, along with the disturbing potential consequences.
As governments grapple with the issues raised by the rise of drones, agencies are regularly changing the rules to keep up. This time, it's how registration numbers must be displayed on aircraft. Read on for the details.
America's founding fathers might not recognize our modern world, but there's one thing they passed down through the generations: camaraderie and a sense of celebration. This Fourth, we're sharing some memories, a cool tool, and best wishes.
If you're considering traveling to one of the many countries that has a dubious relationship with digital privacy, you'll need to protect yourself. While the standard advice is a VPN, David Gewirtz takes you a few steps deeper into the murky cloak and dagger world of digital tradecraft.
North Korea is a bizarre country that almost seems frozen in time -- a bizarre, frozen-in-time, armed-to-the-teeth, crazy-dangerous country. We take a deep look at the early cyberwar efforts of an increasingly aggressive cyberwar player.