Tennessee and North Carolina join other states in siding with cable and telecom companies, rather than allowing cities to provide affordable connectivity.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
But it’s getting over that.
NSO Group, a firm that trades in spyware, stands accused of peddling an unprecedented attack on iPhones.
The Evaptainer uses an ancient technique for keeping food cool to supply refrigeration in areas that lack electricity.
Startups are making realistic lab-grown foods, but government food regulators aren’t sure how to police them.
Will faster data storage and chips with built-in lasers be enough to turn Intel around?
The country has plenty of experience with earthquakes, but somehow suffers more than other developed nations when the ground shakes.
The country is committing $100 billion to becoming a global chip leader, but that won’t be enough.
As they try to gain more influence with regulators and policymakers, several of the top technology companies are increasing the amount of money they spend on lobbying.