Many of the problems are already fixed and technology companies may be reluctant to work with WikiLeaks—for now, at least.
Can the biological super material live up to its hype?
The Download, Mar 10, 2017: CRISPR Viable Embryo Test, WikiLeaks’ Hollow Offer, and Safer Drone Crashes
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Within a few years, 5G networks could turbocharge your smartphone. But can they pass the tests cooked up by engineers at an office park in New Jersey?
Civil Liberties advocates call for more transparency around a controversial foreign surveillance law that Congress must decide whether to reauthorize this year.
The author and activist Bunnie Huang explains how companies benefit when users modify their devices.
An international effort aims to create baker’s yeast with laboratory-made DNA.
Machines are increasingly able to produce food you may actually be willing to eat.
By logging how every piece of patient data is used, the company hopes to leave behind an indelible audit trail.
"The [New York] Times" cites a report by the MIT Technology Review which says that the actual cost of the wall would be closer to $40 billion. Read the transcript which refers to our story (Bad Math Props Up Trumps Border Wall) here: http://cnn.it/2niZSMf