Featured by Shira Feder
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.
The government is going to use facial recognition more. That’s bad.
A new report from the GAO finds that, among other uses, six agencies employ it to generate leads in investigations.
Jeff Bezos is suing NASA. Here’s why.
The Amazon CEO is taking on the US space agency as his prime target. Here's the context on the dispute—and NASA's moonshot plans.
Apple has a new plan to curb child pornography. Here’s why it’s controversial.
The tech giant unveiled new tools to fight CSAM, or child sexual abuse material. This is what to know about them—and why some privacy experts are pushing back.
Understanding the global chip shortage, a big crisis involving tiny components
Semiconductors help power everything from your phone to your car. Here's what to know about the major supply chain problem.