Google Is Bringing Smart Replies To Messaging Apps

Google is going to know what you will say before you do.

International Hackers Find 106 Bugs in U.S. Air Force Websites

One bug discovered during Hack the Air Force 2.0 earned $12,500—the largest federal bounty paid out so far.

Bill Gates Warns Silicon Valley Not to Be the New Microsoft

Tech giants such as Facebook and Google have been put on notice.

The Simple Test That Can Determine If a Technology Is For Good or Evil

What are the ethical responsibilities of companies that are able to manipulate human behavior on a massive scale?

The Symbolism of Elon Musk Sending a Car Into Space

The decision to launch a Tesla into an orbit around the sun marks yet another shift in American spaceflight business.

Big Rideshare Says Your Cars—Not Theirs—Are the Enemy of Public Transit

Fifteen of the world’s leading transport and technology companies  announced their shared resolve to help keep cities livable.

Robots Want to Help You Buy a House

Algorithms still have work to do when it comes to earning trust, though.

Apple May Release Another Tiny Phone This Year

This could be good news for anyone who’s not a fan of how massive smartphones have become.

Nine American Cities Are Revolutionizing How Data Can Improve Lives

Each of the cities will receive ongoing training and support from the What Works Cities initiative.

NASA Testing Foldable Wings for Supersonic Aircraft

NASA has developed a new kind of supersonic craft with interesting possibilities.