Amazon's new Sidewalk protocol and Apple's experiments with ultra-wideband signal a new battleground that gets Amazon out of the house and Apple inside it
Apple has taken a public stand on privacy, curtailing data abuses by apps and declaring it doesn’t exploit its users’ information. But it has also created comprehensive new ways to track us
«Many of Apple’s latest features are about enhancing surveillance – even if Apple would never call them that.»
A Home Office-funded project that used artificial intelligence to predict gun and knife crime was found to be wildly inaccurate
It can be tempting to take an artificial intelligence- or technology-first approach to business transformation, but human oversight is vital, not only to provide a sense-check, but to help build in…
Four-time USA Memory Champion Nelson Dellis and psychological scientist Julia Shaw explain how to use the memory palace technique to boost your memory skills
A prosthetic arm that connects directly to the nervous system gives the user fine control over the motions of individual fingers—just by thinking and trying to move.
As lockdowns start to lift, we have a rare opportunity to address burnout on a systemic level – and make sure everyone’s included
These books were looking at the origins of the war between the Rebels and the Empire long before the new Disney+ show.
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Chrome is more secure than ever. Here’s what you need to know
France has hit Google with fines totalling €720 million this year. The money is meaningless – but the changes could be profound
For decades, Japan has grappled with the problem of people overworking themselves to death. Now, it’s a global issue
«For the first time on a global scale, long hours at work have been established as responsible for about one-third of all deaths.»
As well as collecting your data, Chrome also gives Google a huge amount of control over how the web works
When you realise that most things you search for online are really boring and obvious, you soon realise you don't really need Google in your life
Liam Stevens There is a growing perception in the markets of developed nations that our current economic model is no longer fit for purpose. For a number of reasons related to economic performance,…
Research shows that five work hours a day can improve productivity and bolster wellbeing. There’s only one thing holding companies back
«“Research indicates that five hours is about the maximum that most of us can concentrate hard on something,”»
Removing cars from urban areas means lower carbon emissions, less air pollution, and fewer road traffic accidents. So why are residents so resistant?
On June 14, 2014, the State Council of China published an ominous-sounding document called "Planning Outline for the Construction of a Social Credit System". In the way of Chinese policy documents, it…
If you have ever bought anything on Amazon, subscribed to Spotify or paid for a Lyft ride, you may be surprised to learn that software company Stripe may have processed your payment. Unlike PayPal, the $20 billion startup operates quietly in the background and won’t show up on your credit card bill. In Wired magazine, British journalist Steven Armstrong provides a colorful portrait of the company’s founders and their mission to facilitate e-commerce around the world.
Vollebak believes its thermal camouflage jacket with graphene proves that invisibility could happen in the future.
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