Uber and Lyft drivers shut their apps Wednesday to protest for better pay and benefits, and recognition as employees rather than contractors.
They’ve experienced firsthand how dangerous online disinformation and harassment can be. And they say tech executives aren’t doing enough to stop it.
Security firms are increasingly touting application shielding as an important layer of defense. But it may be better suited to DRM.
Microsoft’s developer conference kicks off with a keynote address at 8:30 am PT on Monday, May 6. Watch it here.
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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson expounds on surveillance, drones, and the cutting edge of plane-painting.
After two quarters of profitability, the electric automaker reported a $702 million loss in the first quarter.
In releasing its quarterly financial results Wednesday, Facebook said it expects to pay a fine of $3 billion to $5 billion to the FTC for violations related to user privacy.
One of the leading misinformation experts in the world has a few ideas for how everyone can help stop the spread of inaccuracies online.
In a new video, a team of robo-puppers pulls a truck as if it were a sled. Here’s how to estimate these SpotMinis’ pulling force and the friction involved.