Reddit’s former product lead says he made the world ‘a worse place’
Reddit's former product chief says growth at all costs is not a healthy strategy.
Turns out, Pentagon weapons are surprisingly easy to hack
GAO report finds that weapons are woefully underprepared in the face of a cyberattack.
Snapcrap hopes to help San Francisco’s public feces problem
This is an app every person in the city should download.
Trump campaign reportedly considered online manipulation plans during 2016 election
An Israeli company reportedly proposed using fake online identities to stir discord.
Verizon brags about ‘Enabling Heroes’ after throttling firefighters’ data
The new commercial debuted on YouTube with terrible timing.
Google+ to shut down following disclosure of security vulnerability
Google discovered the breach back in March but chose not to disclose it.
This is Facebook’s first piece of hardware, Portal
Are you ready for a Facebook device to live in your home?
Stuffed animals can now come to life, thanks to soft robotics
It could have useful real world applications in disaster areas.
New Macs have a software lock that prevents unauthorized repairs
This is bad news for right to repair advocates.
Why you may want to delay updating your Windows 10 machine (updated)
Some PC owners are having problems with the Windows 10 October update.
Fitbit data helped convict a man of murdering his stepdaughter
Data from the stepdaughter's FitBit did not correlate with her stepfather's telling of events.
Bloomberg: China secretly installed chip on motherboards used by 30 U.S. companies
A tiny chip may have infiltrated products sold by 30 companies, and used by the U.S. government.
BitTorrent regains popularity thanks to exclusive streaming content
The king of torrenting sites is back.
Facebook to keep profile information for 30 days after account deletion
Useful if you change your mind—but not if you want your account data gone.