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The Internet Society wants to sell the non-profit ".org" top-level internet domain to the private equity firm Ethos Capital, but they're running into resistance.
Rechargeable batteries are a consumable item and wear out over time. But you can help them last longer by not doing things that cause them to wear out faster.
A new survey about election security shows that Americans worry just as much about domestic interference as foreign. And that they'd prefer a tech company to oversee elections instead of the government.
Amy Webb, professor of strategic foresight at NY University's Stern School of Business, author, quantitative futurist, and founder of the Future Today Institute, talks to Tonya Hall about whether the US should view China as a competitor or an adversary.
Samsung is mass-producing the Galaxy S20's secure element for the rest of the smartphone industry.
Every browser you can think of is a target of the popular malware.
Researchers warn that there's more and more unauthorised connected devices on corporate networks - and that they could provide easy pickings for cyber criminals.
After scamming Microsoft, the software expert treated himself to a Tesla vehicle and a lakefront home.
Shifting leadership attitudes and new technology development are leading to more robots in war.
NTSB criticizes Apple for lacking a phone-use driving policy and regulators for their hands-off approach to tech.