A Location-Sharing Disaster Shows How Exposed You Really Are
The failures of Securus and LocationSmart to secure location data are the failures of an entire industry.
Yes, 'Call of Duty''s Single-Player Campaign Will Be Missed
‘Black Ops 4’ may not mark the permanent death of single-player options in the entire franchise, but it’s sad news nonetheless
Gadget Lab Podcast: How to Make Bike Commuting Less Daunting
“Bikes” Calore makes a case for why everyone should bike more–and tells you the gear you need to do it right.
23andMe Goes Global In Its Data-Mining Efforts
The consumer genetics company is opening its data set to some researchers—and recruiting others to make that data set more robust in the first place.
How to Not Watch the Royal Wedding
You have been invited to virtually attend Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage this weekend. But frankly, you don’t give a damn.
Fed Up With Apple's Policies, App Developers Form a 'Union' Ahead of WWDC
A group identifying itself as The Developers Union worries its members cannot earn a living by writing software built on Apple’s existing values.
Uber's Flying Cars, Tesla's Autopilot Fight, and More Cars News This Week
Plus: the sticky icky problem of trucking marijuana around California, Acura’s new infotainment system, and how just one autonomous car can help kill traffic.
New Kitchen Knives from Shun and Kikuichi Cutlery
Our kitchen gear expert gives you some points to consider when adding a new blade to your quiver.
The Swedish Designer Creating Edible Robots
Erika Marthins fuses food with tech to create a futuristic noshing experience.
Congress' Latest Move to Extend Copyright Protection Is Misguided
Opinion: Law professor and copyright expert Lawrence Lessig argues that Congress is once again selling the public domain to the special interests.