Possibly changing the way we live just as profoundly as the internet did.
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If Europe really cared about e-waste it would stop mandating inefficient products.
Government claims Google uses its power to force users and advertisers on board. Google says that its popularity is not anticompetitive.
Government officials have only themselves to blame if citizens decline to share their information.
The coronavirus is no excuse to intrude on people's lives unnecessarily. Tech provides decentralized systems for contact tracing.
Corporate Socialism? Bill Barr's Suggestion That the U.S. Should Buy Nokia or Ericsson To Counter China Is a Terrible Idea.
If the only way to beat China is to become like China, then we've already lost.
Many innovations' benefits aren't captured by the GDP.
Ex-Librarian Sentenced to Write a Book Report (in Jail) After Spending $89,000 in Public Funds on Game of War
Adam Winger used city credit cards to buy hundreds of gift cards, which he then used for in-app purchases.
Elizabeth Nolan Brown in Playboy (Not Like That) on How We'll Soon Send Money Quickly, Anonymously, and From Anywhere
Historically uncool QR codes are poised to be a main driver of anonymous e-payment.
The latest Snowden bombshell is about your SIM card.
Findings suggest cellphone separation anxiety can negatively impact cognitive performance and cause blood pressure to rise.
That's not how it works, guys
Agreement with FTC will require consent for future purchases
Tool to deal with costs incurred by streaming content, for example
Pushed by law enforcement officials to discourage theft
Huawei to no longer look for business in the states
Who doesn't want to listen to their fellow passengers' personal lives?
College Administrator Compares Posting of Sexually Explicit Pics to Rutgers Suicide, Penn State Child Abuse
Wants students at parties to be aware of others watching them, or something
Google Play full of identical 5-star reviews of the app