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High-Tech Features That Make Passports Secure

January 19 The flimsy pages and patriotic designs betray just how many security measures are hidden inside.

Donald Trump Might Only Have 360,000 Active Twitter Followers

January 19 His tweets make headlines every day, but who's really reading them?

US Soldiers Will Be Armed With Machine Translators to Kill Communication Woes

January 19 Communication is critical in most professions, but in some, clear verbal exchanges can mean the difference between life and death.

A Smartphone-Savvy Developing Country Dethroned the US for Most Android App Downloads

January 17 Indians have become the top Android-app users in the world.

Video: How to Make More Room on Your Android Device

January 17 More room could mean more apps.

The Guardian Slammed WhatsApp for 'Security Backdoor'— It’s Actually Just Standards Encryption

January 14 WhatsApp is often used by activists and dissidents in countries whose governments attempt to block messaging as a means of suppressing criticism and ...

SpaceX’s Leaked Finances Show Elon Musk Is Betting Big on Satellite Internet

January 13 The company hopes to generate enormous revenue by selling internet service from space.

Video: Wearables for Astronauts

January 13 It's hard to track your steps in space.

If You Want Affordable Internet in Africa, Move to a Country on the Coast

January 13 In sub-Saharan Africa, a major obstacle that keeps millions from achieving universal digital access is geographical location.

DARPA Wants Troops to Access Multiple Security Classifications From One Device

January 12 New software could help troops share data in a secure way.

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