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For a small group of bitcoin enthusiasts, the internet is a vulnerability. They're using satellites, ham radios, and mesh networks to stay current on the cryptocurrency.
A pair of recent findings show how hackers can compromise Excel users without any fancy exploits.
More than 50 percent of US lawmakers use Facebook tracking technology known as a pixel—including some of Facebook's biggest critics.
Limit the reach of falsehoods without stifling speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
You can now block certain channels from showing up in your “Up Next” list.
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Wednesday June 26, 2019. 11:16 PM
The clock's ticking to fix a Gatekeeper bug that would let hackers slip malware onto your computer undetected.
Alana Paterson documents the young female hockey players defying gender expectations.
Long-running shows with 20-episode-plus seasons are not a specialty of streaming services.
Workers are protesting the ecommerce company's business with a government contractor that manages children's detention camps at the southern border.
Opinion: Silicon Valley culture often reveals the optimism of organized ignorance. Rather than lauding 'new' experts, we need to respect, sustain, and strengthen the ones we already have.
Flexing on video has become incredibly popular. But their excess consumerism could be harming their viewers' well-being.
The new RoboBee is the lightest aerial vehicle to manage sustained untethered flight. One day that could make it ideal for navigating tight, sensitive spaces.
Opinion: Venmo makes sending and receiving money a social affair. But those emoji-laden payment descriptions leave you exposed to cyberattacks.
Twenty years ago the Disney Channel original film presented a world where humans were far less afraid of digital assistants than we are now.
A conversation with Matías Duarte, one of the designers of Android, about how notifications grew from an idea to a relentless buzz.
Worry-free tablets like the 2019 Fire 7 are great for small, sticky hands. Read our full review of it, and FreeTime Unlimited.
The social network wants to enable easy, inexpensive global commerce, sure. But its ultimate goals are a little more … geopolitical.
The author brought his 5-year-old son to the world’s largest building industry expo. “Hi, Dad,” he says from the seat of a hulking dump truck. “I’m ginormous!”
Twenty candidates. Two nights. A bunch of 60-second answers. Probably at least one meme. Here's how to watch.
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