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The cofounder of the messaging service and the current chair of the Signal Foundation talks about the proliferation of end-to-end encryption in personal communications.
On this week’s podcast, we talk about the Facebook rebrand, Google buying Fitbit, and what happens when big brands take over small, disparate products.
We found math-filled and science-rich books, puzzles, coding kits, and more for the little STEAM-heads in your life.
A government panel wants officials to build better cycling infrastructure, but its call to mandate helmets is already rankling cyclingadvocates.
The search engine Ecosia is trying to slow climate change by funneling profits into organizations that plant trees in deforested areas.
France is moving to crack down on scooter sharing, but questions linger about how micromobility affects cities and citizens.
A new data set on the popularity of emoji reveals a problem with Unicode's approval process, along with a way to fix it.
Single-purpose quantum computers are helping physicists build simulations of nature's greatest hits and observe them up close.
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The company’s fact-checking policy treats people who aren’t politicians as second-class citizens.
From Nintendo to PlayStation, a definitive list of buttons, sticks, and more.
The issue was reportedly caused by a maintenance update made to “messaging platforms of multiple carriers in the US."
At a party celebrating the launch of WeWork’s newest Food Lab, the company’s bigger problems seemed far away.
Six years after it ceased to be an official diagnosis, Asperger's lives on as a unifying label and a source of strength.
Here are 10 things you should know about the auteur’s latest game.
Opinion: Top-down, unsustainable Silicon Valley needs to learn from Africa, South Asia, and South America, where tech is built for and by users.
It's much harder than it should be to get your name off of data broker and people-search sites, but it's possible.
If you're already on the Google bandwagon, the Nest WiFi fits well with the company's vision of a connected home.
Not quite an e-cigarette and not the old paper kind either, the Iqos is the latest controversial device to enter the vaping wars.
A carbon-negative vodka company makes its beverage literally out of thin air. Now that's booze you can use.