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Amazon Argues That Alexa Is Protected By the First Amendment in a Murder Trial

February 24 Police in Arkansas are seeking 48 hours worth of recordings and responses made by an Amazon Echo.

The Man Who Led the Syrian Train-and-Equip Effort Wants A Cultural Translation App

February 22 The complex, delicate missions of today and tomorrow need a better way to bring fused intelligence to operators.

Countries With the World’s Fastest Mobile Internet

February 22 Some places clock over 30 megabits per second on average.

Video: These Apps Will Help You Find a Parking Spot

February 21 Avoid circling around the block for 20 minutes.

UPS Is Testing Drones That Allow Its Delivery Trucks to Be in Two Places at Once

February 21 Spending all day waiting for a package delivery may one day be a thing of the past.

Could Segmentation Restore the Federal Cybersecurity Perimeter?

February 21 Using segmentation requires thinking about cybersecurity in a way almost completely opposite of tradition.

Lawmakers Want Social Media Vetted for All Visa Applicants and Ask More Mar-a-Lago Questions

February 17 This week, legislators addressed issues related to visas, Mar-a-Lago, cellphone privacy and more.

DHS Showcases Bluetooth Tech at RSA

February 17 DHS’ cyber research division looks for technology the private sector will use but might not develop on its own.

Video: How to Check Your Wi-Fi Speed

February 17 Faster is better.

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