Global 5G smartphone shipments will overtake 4G in 2023

After years of buildup, 5G is finally here — albeit more as a trickle than a deluge. These things take time, of course. Carriers...

Immigration agency searches Americans’ ID photos

The news has raised alarm in states that allow undocumented immigrants to obtain drivers licenses: Utah, Vermont and Washington US immigration authorities have accessed drivers...

No sensation: the new photo library of everyday trans life

Struck by the lack of pictures of trans and non-binary people, artist-activist Zackary Drucker created a database Best known as a co-producer of the TV...

NASA tests abort system for the Orion spacecraft that will carry...

(CNN)NASA's Orion spacecraft, which will carry the first woman and the next man to the moon in 2024, was successfully tested Tuesday. A test...

Mobile games now account for 33% of installs, 10% of time...

Mobile gaming continues to hold its own, accounting for 10% of the time users spend in apps — a percentage that has remained steady...

Researchers developed a sensing system to constantly track the performance of...

Researchers have come up with a mobile-sensing system that can track and rate the performance of workers by combining a smartphone, fitness bracelets and...

Unregulated facial recognition technology presents unique risks for the LGBTQ+ community

Carlos Gutierrez Contributor Carlos Gutierrez is deputy director and general counsel at LGBT Tech. It seems consumers today are granted ever-dwindling opportunities to consider the safety and...

Naval gazing: the submarine’s fathomless rise to screen stardom

With Kursk the latest deepwater disaster to hit the big screen, we plunge into a history of claustrophobia, creaking hulls and deadly phallic warheads Hot...

Days after pledging to expand internet, Ethiopias government shuts it off

Days after Ethiopian ICT officials made public pledges to improve net access, the government began playing on-again, off-again with the internet — shutting it...

Weather Forecasts Will Soon Use Weird, Bendy GPS Signals

Satellites measure the health of planet Earth by bouncing signals off a patch of ocean, ice sheet, or rainforest and discerning digital vital signs...
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