Kaspersky is in what you might call "a bit of a pickle." The Russian cybersecurity firm, famous for its antivirus products and research reports on active threat groups is facing mounting accusations of working with, or for, the Russian government.
Today, thousands of websites and organizations are showing their support for net neutrality in hopes of preserving the open internet. Consider Engadget among them. The Federal Communication Commission, as chaired by former Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai, is…
Opinion: The world of truth is about to be upended by AI technologies.
On Tuesday a powerful and terrifying new cyberattackworm emerged in Ukraine, quickly spreading to the Russian federation and other countries no one cared enough to report on because they weren't the US. It was hard to tell which infection was worse:…
Opinion: Posts on social media could indicate medical conditions before people know they’re sick.
What's so compelling about Oliver Stone's recent four-part interview series with Vladimir Putin is probably not what the multi-Oscar-winning director intended. It's the same thing that makes his Snowden biopic its own sort of cipher after the fact….
Opinion: Innovations like Crispr and flying cars warrant new conversations about who makes decisions about how technology is used.
"Disruption" was one of Silicon Valley's worst buzzwords. But it was the battle cry of the greedy and desperate of coding and grifting. It meant better and faster data harvesting, venture capitalists throwing money at anything convenient to the wealt…
Opinion: The internet of things has permitted the hacking of whole new categories of products — including sex toys.
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