Restore order to your days. Between work, activities, appointments, and ever-growing to-do lists, many of us constantly feel rushed and anxious. And all too often, the distractions of our smartphones make
Former GCHQ worker Jamie Jamieson has put a ‘notice of correction’ on his credit file requiring a thumbprint for all credit applications Identity theft has reached epidemic levels, but a retired GCHQ has
It's a PC that you can carry anywhere. Linux, the free and open-source operating system, has fewer desktop users than Windows and macOS. But it's also far more flexible. In fact, you can install many its
It fits in the palm of your hand In a new world record, scientists at IBM have captured 330 terabytes of uncompressed data — or the equivalent of 330 million books — into a cartridge that can fit into
Davino Watson told the immigration officers that he was a U.S. citizen. He told jail officials that he was a U.S. citizen. He told a judge. He repeated it again and again. There is no right to a court-appointed
The chaos, legislative fumbling, and legal jeopardy should not obscure the ways that the administration is remaking federal policy in consequential ways. Imagine, if you will, that there is a shadow government.
Donald Trump,US politics,US immigration,Business,US economy,Environment,Gender,Reproductive rights,Women,LGBT rights,US news Trump has been paralyzed on healthcare and tax reform, but his administration
We are in the midst of a true inflection point in computing, and the very way we interface with technology daily is changing. The rapid inclusion of embedded sensors and internet connectivity is turning
The internet is being reshaped by private networks owned by the world’s tech giants: firms like Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, and Google. The majority of internet traffic already flows over such private
“Inoculating” people against misinformation may give scientific facts a shot at survival. In the battle between facts and fake news, facts are at a disadvantage. Researchers have found that facts alone
Neil deGrasse Tyson just wants to get back to his lab at the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium in New York. “My possibly delusional goal is to one day give all this up and go back
(CNN) — In the 1950s, the late physicist Charles Townes was told he was wasting his time inventing lasers (a kind of powerful light source explained by a theory Albert Einstein published a century ago).
Several weeks ago I read a fascinating article by Bridget Botelho, a member of the ASBPE (American Society for Business Publication Editors) and an editorial director for TechTarget’s business information
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Meatless Mondays can be a great way to set yourself up for healthy eating all week, and you don’t have to subsist on raw vegan dishes and buddha bowls to do it. Pizza — that perennial comfort food — can