Some Voting Machines Still Have Decade-Old Vulnerabilities
The results of the 2019 Defcon Voting Village are in—and they paint an ugly picture for voting machine security.
Depth of Field: Jennifer Lopez Once Again Enchants in a Viral Versace Dress
J.Lo in a sea-green cut was one of the internet’s original image obsessions. It still is.
At Oculus Connect, VR Is Still Living in ‘the Good Old Days’
Facebook is racing toward an AR/VR future, but at this week’s developer conference, the company asked for patience.
‘The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening’ Is Ahead of Its Time
The game’s original version came out in 1993. The remake for Nintendo Switch shows how revolutionary it was.
Congress Grills the Spy Chief, Google’s Quantum ‘Victory,’ and More News
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
Uber’s New Features Put a Focus on Rider Safety
Passengers will be able to text 911 from inside the app. Uber also is offering new ways to confirm a driver’s identity.
Little Talk of Sustainability at Amazon’s Big Hardware Event
But CEO Jeff Bezos says he considers Amazon’s hardware strategy to be a part of the company’s efforts to reduce its overall carbon footprint.
Today’s Cartoon: Remembering BlackBerry
Ring Camera Surveillance Is Transforming Suburban Life
Consumer surveillance cameras are everywhere now, and they’re capturing moments we otherwise would never have known happened.
Lots of Athletes Say CBD Is a Better Painkiller. Is It?
There’s almost no data on how the cannabis extract works in humans, but the sports world is embracing it anyway.