The fantasy and science fiction writer dreamed of tomorrows that may not have always been sunny, but were always original.
Montana’s governor issued an executive order barring state agencies from doing business with internet providers that violate net neutrality.
New physician protections could cripple health care for LGBT people—as well as the data collection that’s been filling gaps in our medical understanding.
China is making a national push in artificial intelligence. A program from one of its biggest internet companies, Tencent, just beat a world champion at Go.
In the haste to address the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities that shook the computer industry, several clumsy patch attempts have had to be pulled.
Facebook has confirmed to TechCrunch that it’s acquired… Confirm.io. The startup offered an API that let other companies quickly verify someone’s government-issued identification card, like a driver’s license, was authentic. The Boston-based startup will shut down as both its team and technology are rolled into Facebook. Read More
A wise person once said, “don’t upgrade to the latest OS X until it’s been patched a few times. And even then, sometimes it isn’t really worth it.” These words have inspired many to stay on older versions of the OS, though lately that meant remaining vulnerable to Meltdown while those on the latest version were protected. Fortunately Apple has brought old OSes… Read More