The late internet activist Aaron Swart's project with the New Yorker launched Wednesday. Strongbox lets users share information, messages, and files with writers and editors anonymously.
The price for Glass might be too high for the American ego. Plus, it's ugly and dorky, and who wants to pay to look that way?
He then went on to insult Microsoft and Oracle for not getting along with Google the way Google wants them to.
Consumers can finally take charge of how and where their money is used with a new app.
In the hope of stopping crime before it happens, politicians want to ban offensive 3D models from the Internet. Similar fears of 2D printing caused a flurry of laws that has impacted tech before.
From law enforcement to online dating, the changes will be massive and unprecedented.
Apple is cool, but its labor practices aren't. Can the company justify its hip, popular image when its products are built at the hands of underpaid, overworked workers?
The lack of women in computer science is not only an issue of gender equality but also an issue of economic competitiveness. Meet the women who are working to change that.