Those of us who want to use FaceApp to find out what we’ll look like when we’re sixty are officially the vainest people in history. Not.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook says that by allowing the government to hack into a phone, he would essentially be building a "backdoor" for future invasions of customer privacy.
It’s bad enough to joke about not being "techy"; it's worse to back a piece of legislation from a position of ignorance.
Ransomware, the war on the password and why you are your phone’s worst enemy.
In a move worthy of Steve Jobs himself, it's rumoured that Apple will remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7.
Shevinsky hopes to give recruitment a rehaul with her new project, “Hiring Goggles”.
Which products were on show at the annual tech extravaganza in Las Vegas?
What gender will it be? Will it have a face? And could it be hacked?
Are these new forms of work part of the solution to low pay and squeezed living standards? Or are they eroding workers’ rights and the social safety net?
Ugly Mugs, a new safety app aimed at sex workers, shows how technology can step in where law enforcement fails.
We sort the fluff from the futuristic.
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