Churches are using invasive phone-monitoring tech to discourage “sinful” behavior. Some software is seeing more than congregants realize.
Elizabeth Warren and Cori Bush led over two dozen congressional Democrats in urging Amazon, Lyft, Uber, and others to reclassify contractors as employees.
Steve Case, founder of AOL, predicts the dominance of tech companies on the coasts will give way to a flourishing of startups from smaller cities.
Security firm Chainguard has created a simple, open source way for organizations to defend the cloud against some of the most insidious attacks.
Keep your phone, tablet, laptop, and other electronics running with these handheld power banks.
This is a good example of how you make already-great wireless earbuds even better.
The technique had largely been limited to editing patients’ cells in the lab. New research shows promise for treating diseases more directly.
Meticulous turf is environmentally terrible. Yet grass does have one charm: It “sweats,” helping cool the local area.
When “if you see something, say something” becomes “we see everything,” everyone loses.
This week, we talk about Peloton’s growing product lineup, and whether our days of sweating along to streamed exercise classes at home are over.