We're powered by listeners like you. Make a donation to support WBUR.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Dan Frommer of Recode about skepticism over the iPhone X, which won't begin shipping until November.
Face recognition technology creates serious legal, cultural and philosophical problems, writes Kade Crockford. Turn it off.
Facebook under new pressure and scrutiny from many sides as it ends up in the middle of national, international politics.
A Boston-based startup has created a way to measure emotion in speech in an effort to make technological devices better understand human emotions.
Asma Khalid talks about her whirlwind reporting trip to China, where she explored the connections between Boston-based robotic companies and China.
Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabrti talks with consumer advocate Rob Weissman about what should happen next in order to prevent future problems.
Boston-based GasBuddy found a way to help those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma find scarce fuel.
The new iPhone’s out and it unlocks not with a fingerprint, but with your face. We'll take a look.
Apple unveiled a series of new iPhones at the much-anticipated event, including a top-tier model called the iPhone X.
Millions of Americans’ most sensitive personal information is now out there for sale to thieves and governments. What do we do to fix this?
One school principal in the District of Columbia offered $100 to each student who successfully avoided their screens for 11 Tuesdays.
The consumer credit reporting agency said that hackers were able to breach the companies system, putting the sensitive information of millions of American consumers at risk.
Here & Now's Robin Young learns more about what happened from Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, a tech writer for Vice's Motherboard.
Many hospitals and doctors say Watson has had trouble learning about different types of cancer, according to an investigation by STAT.
The House is set to vote Wednesday on a bill that would allow automakers and technology companies to test more self-driving cars.
There have been renewed calls among some researchers and activists for antitrust action against the country's biggest tech conglomerates.
Giant batteries are starting to make a mark on the electricity grid that serves all of New England — the unique characteristics of which could supercharge solar and wind energy development in the region.
Teacher by day, blogger by night. Multi-tasking millennials are working side jobs. We’ll look at the “side-hustle” economy.
Uber hopes new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi can bring change to its past controversies, while Whole Foods is also in the middle of a transition as an Amazon subsidiary.
About 50 of Wisconsin technology company Three Square Market's 80 workers signed up and got their grain-sized implant on Aug. 1.