There are advantages to cash that electronic transactions cannot replicate.
Through a stroke of bad luck, the Atlantic Council server was down during a critical Google update
A new book would classify most of us who consume alcohol as “almost alcoholics.”
TV gave us the world’s first bionic man in 1973. Science is way behind.
I remember the days when stores were making the transition from the old style brown paper bags to the newfangled plastic ones–in the name of the environment.
Janelle Nanos investigates her relationship with her iPhone.
Rick Santorum sounds like someone applying for a job in a religious institution, not someone running to be the President of the United States.
Unlike TV, real life medical examiners take weeks, even months, to establish a cause of death.
A Federal Judge deals with the clash between individual rights, law enforcement, and technology.
The Supreme Court issued a somewhat muddled ruling on GPS tracking today.
It’s not just low wages that have kept technology manufacturing jobs out of the United States.
Within an hour last evening, I passed along and retracted two breaking news stories on Twitter.
Members of Congress are responding to the protests against SOPA and PIPA by withdrawing their support for the bills.
The Obama Administration has halted, for the moment, a pipeline project that has become a political football.
Wikipedia’s English language site will be offline for 24 hours tomorrow to protest two controversial online piracy bills.
Henry Farrell thinks “The New Gmail Sucks” and doesn’t care who knows it.
Aaron Swartz has been arrested for downloading too many academic journal articles.
Are carbon emissions saving us all from a cold, cold fate?
Can the government force a criminal defendant to reveal a computer password? A Federal case in Denver is dealing with that question right now.
Welcome technological change, or crony capitalism?
Congressional Republicans got a major concession as price for averting a government shutdown: saving the incandescent light bulb, at least now.