Featured by Annalee Newitz
Sputnik: Surveillance for Amusement
At the Chaos Communication Congress, a small group of hackers who love a strange computer langauge known as Dylan convinced … Continued
“It is a Bit Chaos”
I arrived at the 23rd annual Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin early Tuesday evening. The conference wasn’t set to start … Continued
Your Second Life is Ready
Residents of one of the Internet's most populous virtual worlds shop, attend class-even run businesses. Soon you may do the same.
The Fembot Mystique
Sex-and-tech writer Annalee Newitz explores the pop-culture fascination with female robots
Ask A Geek: Annalee Newitz
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Global Electronic Voting
While some developing nations have embraced e-voting machines, more developed European and Pacific Rim countries have been much slower on the uptake.
Sorry, Your Vote Has Been: Lost, Hacked, Miscast, Recorded Twice
New electronic voting machines are supposed to prevent another Election Day disaster, but these paperless PCs could make hanging chads seem like a minor nuisance.
How Will You Vote?
A breakdown of 2004 voting machines by county, and a few hotspots to watch