Back in 2014, a London-based startup called Gravity Sketch released a prototype for an impressive virtual reality sketching tool.
Unless you want law enforcement to be able to trawl all your communications, don't -- under any circumstances -- use Google's newest messaging app, Allo, Edward Snowden just warned.
It was December 2012, and Doug Burger was standing in front of Steve Ballmer, trying to predict the future.
RT reports Allo, designed to unseat chat pack leader WhatsApp, promises to deliver quick conversations with features like; "Smart Reply" that can guess your answers and respond to messages with just the tap of a button, and "Google Assistant"
It's not easy to be in the printer and ink business these days. Revenue is down. Obsolescence looms. Knock-off cartridges are a cheap and easy alternative. HP's apparent solution? DRM. Great.
The search giant's new WhatsApp competitor combines messaging with a digital assistant to allow you to chat like never before--but those who care about their privacy and mass surveillance should steer clear of the app, Edward Snowden said in a serie
NASA and Microsoft have teamed up to create "Destination: Mars," a guided tour of Mars using the same Hololens technology that helps scientists plan the Curiosity rover's activities. SHOW MORE
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No one should have to eat alone, which is why this 16-year-old entrepreneur created an app to bring students together during lunchtime.
We've made a huge change here at WIRED. We're now encrypting everything that moves between our servers and your browser. Stories. Videos. Ads. Everything. That means no one can tinker with our content before it reaches you.
When he was 12 years old, Azad Chaiwala saw a man with two wives in a Saudi Arabian airport on his way back to the UK from Pakistan.
It examines a photo and extrapolates what happens next
Robotic human speech is becoming less robotic and more human.
Touted as the "Uber killer" and the next generation of ridesharing, Arcade City has had an app out for almost two weeks without a single ride being given, leading to speculation that the app may not be finished after all.
The start of a new school year is a hectic time, but app developers have busy students' and families' backs. Here, we've rounded up top mobile apps for education, productivity, and household management that help students and parents keep it all toget
ON AUGUST 25, 1991, a Finnish computer science student named Linus Torvalds announced a new project. "I'm doing a (free) operating system," he wrote on an Internet messaging system, insisting this would just be a hobby.
Is it possible to receive a newly hand-written letter from Abraham Lincoln?
When high schooler Kate* was hard up for money, she took a seemingly easy job as a hostess at a nightclub in Mong Kok, Hong Kong's grittier, neon-soaked red light district.
Smart sex dolls are the logical next step, says the CEO of one of the companies planning to make them a reality
Tascam says that its Ministudio series will make podcasting and online broadcast production a breeze
Can we predict who will turn to crime? 'Minority Report' computers may soon mark out children as 'likely criminals'
With widespread adoption among law enforcement, advertisers, and even churches, face recognition has undoubtedly become one of the biggest threats to privacy out there.
Neural Dust – "Smart Dust" – has entered the mainstream via the Independent's article: "Tiny implant could connect humans and machines like never before."
At the Black Hat cybersecurity conference in 2014, industry luminary Dan Geer, fed up with the prevalence of vulnerabilities in digital code, made a modest proposal: Software companies should either make their products open source so buyers can see w
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