Smart speakers are a convenient way of keeping yourself organized around the house, but many people are worried about the loss of privacy. Are privacy issues really something you should be worried about?
While lawmakers and big data companies debate the nuances of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, it's important to understand how Facebook collects your data, and how to protect yourself to keep it from happening again.
Bitcoin's bubble is about ready to burst, but what impact will the market crash have on America? The answer may lie in the Dot Com crash of 2002.
It's one thing to send a Tesla to Mars. It's a complete different thing to start broadcasting the internet from space. Elon Musk plans to do both.
Fake news is all the buzz these days, but is that the only way social media is ruining everything for everyone? Is the internet worse than it was when it started? Can we turn the negative impact of social networking makes around?
What will it take to get humans back into space? An international space station? Lunar colonies? Or maybe a cherry red Tesla Roadster? The future is exciting!
Amazon Go's cashierless store has some business analysts worried about the fate of the economy, but is there really a need for concern?
Want to fight space pirates? Want to visit museums on the other side of the country? Just want to chill and take in the scenery? You can do it all with virtual reality.
Are Spectre and Meltdown ill-omens for the state of cybersecurity in the coming year, or were they a stunning example of how quickly the tech industry responds to crisis?
Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant sold by the thousands over the holidays due to deep discounts, but why would you want a smart speaker? What can they do for you?