We need to reclaim an open internet — tech founders should lead the charge


Back in 1989, when British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee laid the foundation for what would become the internet, he imagined the web as an open platform where anyone could share information anywhere. Borderless collaboration, open to all, guided by an …

Google not sure if current fingerprint sensors are secure enough for mobile payments

Ever since Apple introduced Touch ID in its smartphones, we’ve seen a boom in handset makers adopting the technology for their devices, up until today, but does that necessarily mean that fingerprint security is the best or most secure forms …

What’s in your bag, Marques Brownlee?

RED cameras, Surface headphones, contact lenses, and everything else a YouTuber needs at CES

What’s in your bag? is a recurring feature where we ask people to tell us a bit more about their everyday gadgets by opening their bags

Asus’ first Chrome OS tablet is for classroom use

Asus made a tablet that runs on Chrome OS for the first time, and it’s made with students in mind. The Chromebook Tablet CT100 has a 9.7-inch touchscreen and is supposed to be protected against drops by its rubberized chassis …