Featured by Charlotte Hu
The Biden administration is going pedal-to-the-metal on electric cars
The president will be signing a new executive order that aims to make half of the new vehicles sold by 2030 zero-emission.
Not a single federal agency received an ‘A’ in a new Senate cybersecurity report card
The report found that none of the agencies reviewed met basic cybersecurity standards and protocols that could secure Americans’ personal data.
These futuristic shoe inserts could make navigation easier for the visually impaired
The vibration-based system, which will enter beta testing in Japan this fall, aims to help those with low vision be more attentive to their surroundings.
Instagram now lets you manage ‘sensitive content.’ Here’s how to use it.
The new feature, which applies to posts in the 'Explore' tab, raises the old question: what is sensitive content, anyway?
The Biden Administration just revealed its plan to stop the next Colonial Pipeline hack
The initiatives are currently voluntary as the federal government seeks collaboration from industries that provide essential services like power, water, and transportation.
Birders behold: Cornell’s Merlin app is now a one-stop shop for bird identification
The app’s new 'Shazam for birds' feature was made possible through citizen science. Here's how it all works—and why you should download it.
Venmo just made some big privacy changes—here’s what to know
The peer-to-peer payment app announced updates to its social feed, privacy, and payment options.
The world uses one emoji more than all others. Here’s why.
Our emoji use reflects something important about the human condition.
How Amazon’s radar-based sleep tracking could work
The company is interested in a device with a radar sensor that can detect how you move and breathe in bed.