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Staying secure in the modern world is more difficult than ever. Every day, we face threats to our identities, our personal information, our data, and even ourselves. From malware attacks to phishing schemes, we survey the security landscape. It takes a lot more than some anti-virus software to stay safe. We go beyond the sensationalism to assess which threats could pose the biggest problems and dig into the repercussions that ripple through our lives once security has been compromised. KEEP GOING
Sure, artificial intelligence can generate hilarious song titles and paint colors, but it’s also powering some of the most compelling new technology of our time. Machine learning and neural networks are playing larger roles in almost every device and system we use. It’s built into your smartphone, your smart home, and maybe even your kitchen stove. As machines get smarter, the implications get more interesting. Will the robots one day take over the world like Elon Musk suggests? If they do, we’ll be there to cover it. READ MORE
These are the devices that get you through the day—your smartphone, your wristwatch, your home monitoring system. We’ll break down the coolest features of new products, as well as explain what type of person should drop cash on them. And listen, even if you’re not the type to buy every new piece of electronic gear the week it comes out, you’ll want to stay informed. Future you will be grateful. ONWARD
Innovations in materials, artificial intelligence, and stealth technology are continually retooling modern warfare. Here we delve into the latest developments, be that ultra stealthy fuselages, superalloys that make engines more efficient, or tanks with radar-guided munitions and projectile launchers. If you’re fascinated by drones, catapults, and aircraft with foldable wings, take heart: you’re not alone. SEE MORE