The technology will allow for contactless logins and purchases at the office.
A San Francisco startup called Kite is being accused of underhanded tactics.
They say he violated their First Amendment rights.
Uber employees spoke to BuzzFeed about its cutthroat culture.
My friends are investing in Ethereum and it’s stressing me out.
Hype Machine, a small but beloved music streaming site, attempts a comeback without selling out.
This is believed to be the first case of its kind.
Scientists hated New York magazine’s histrionic climate cover story, but cerebral reporting just gets tuned out.
“Maps will need to be redrawn.”
Websites are using loading icons to brand the net neutrality fight.
The internet radio pioneer hasn’t turned a profit in 17 years.
Jonathan Teo of Binary Capital is not pleased with the coverage his firm is getting.
Matt Furie wants to move away from Pepe the Frog’s unfortunate legacy.
The sea level is going to rise, and it’s going to hit these cities hard.
The Transit Elevated Bus stalled out after a mass arrest.
China wants online content to adhere to “core socialist values.”
How bad science and weak experts find their way into the courtroom.
Health care providers in the U.K. improperly shared patient data with DeepMind’s app.
The XHamster Wikipedia page is suddenly immensely popular, and no one knows why.
Major websites are coming together to protest the unraveling of net neutrality protections.