Somewhere in the thousands of towering apartment blocks that ring the Russian capital, whistle-blower Edward Snowdenremains in hiding two years after outraging U.S. intelligence agencies with revelations
Do you dare install this font on your computer? The new font called Seen automatically crosses out words flagged in the list of sensitive “spook words” monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA).
Samsung's Apple Pay competitor is almost ready for primetime -- but first, it's going through a bit of testing. The company announced that it's begun a Samsung Pay trial for select owners of the Galaxy
Dissidents would be assassinated, Wal-Marts turned into prison camps, foreign troops brought in to help. Then the governor of Texas lent credence to the paranoia by ordering the state's National Guard
Preventing disease is a standard goal of medicine. But a new technology takes it farther than we normally do by preventing a potential person with a genetic disease from being born at all, George Annas,