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Ever since Edward Snowden leaked his unprecedented collection of NSA secrets three years ago, tech firms have scrambled to protect their users from the surveillance he revealed, in many cases adding robust encryption to consumer products. But as a new email spying scandal...Read More
If we could snap our fingers and change the way math and science are taught in US schools, most of us would. The shortcomings of the current approach are clear. Subjects that are vibrant in the minds of experts become lifeless by the time they’re handed down to students. It’s...Read More
Not so long ago, laptops were the lesser sibling of modern tech. While phones are beloved for their portability and desktops can be configured with more power and utility than you could ever need, laptops are stuck in the middle. They’re not as portable as our most...Read More
When the doors to Code Next opened in Oakland today, Errol King knew the hard work of launching a community computer lab was a prelude to a far greater challenge. Google launched the lab in one of the nation’s most diverse cities to introduce black and Latino students to coding...Read More
Hundreds of cities around the world now offer bike sharing systems, but if you’re with a friend, why use two bikes when one could do the job? That bike is the Duovelo, a conceptual sort of tandem, electric bicycle. The advantage of a second seat is obvious. It’s one vehicle to...Read More
The quieter you become, the more you are able to listen.