Researchers at MIT Media Lab develop tool to improve information flow within social networks.
A new approach to encryption beats attackers by presenting them with fake data.
U.S. and U.K. surveillance of smartphone users has been helped by mobile developers—few of whom bother to adopt basic encryption.
New software lets you mark places as off-limits for wearable camera gadgets like Google Glass.
The charming automated assistant in Spike Jonze’s new movie isn’t realistic. But if they were designed thoughtfully, computerized interlocutors could make us better people.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
Zimperium believes its machine-learning approach to mobile security can outwit hackers.
Computing resources such as memory, processing power and even software are all available on demand and in abundance through the cloud. Now neural networks are joining the list.
Efforts are underway to make your smart toilet—and other connected devices—less vulnerable to hackers.
The U.S. president promises to change the NSA’s snooping practices, but falls short of substantial reforms.