Featured by Shira Feder
Cybersecurity experts say $2 billion is too little, too late
Funds from the infrastructure package are intended to help beef up US cyber defenses. Will it actually make a difference?
The US is making its biggest investment in broadband internet ever
The $65 billion is sorely needed. Here's what it will do.
How to store 500 terabytes of data on a small but tough glass disc
An experimental technique involving laser etching on glass could hold vast amounts of information—for a very long time.
Renaming the company won’t fix Facebook’s image problem
Tech companies and other brands change their names more often than you might think—here's why.
Microsoft is making it easier for customers to repair devices. Will other companies follow?
Experts say other tech companies might follow suit, adopting a policy that will allow people to fix their own electronics.
The FCC wants to crack down on SIM swapping, a common form of identity theft
Companies have failed to fix the pernicious problem, so the government is stepping in.
The EU wants everyone to use USB-C chargers—including Apple
A proposal from the European Commission could have a big effect on Apple's phones, which rely on a Lightning connector for charging.
Your iPhone already tracks your steps. What if it tracked your mood, too?
A recent report suggests Apple is interested in using its smartphone to notice signs of depression.
You need to protect yourself from zero-click attacks
The latest Apple vulnerability was an example of both a zero-click attack and a zero-day exploit. Here's what to know.
The COVID oxygen shortage is delaying NASA rockets
You'll never look at space launches—or even backyard barbecues—the same way again.