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Boston is a Hub of a lot of businesses, including cyber and cloud security. But what exactly is cloud security and why is Boston a leader in it?
The workplace communications app Slack is on the rise.
The Baker administration plans to pull the plug this fall on the program, drawing jeers from clean energy advocates.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with Derek Thompson, senior editor at The Atlantic, about what's driving the trend.
This fall, climate scientists from around the world will sail into the Arctic Circle and get their ship stuck in the ice.
Those doctored videos of Nancy Pelosi and Mark Zuckerberg highlight the growing threat of deepfake technology. How can it be stopped?
After revolutionizing the way we interact online, Facebook has its sights set on the financial system.
At a time when consumers are paying more attention to nutrition and the source of their food, the state could do more to integrate food into health care as a...
David Woods, a professor in integrated systems engineering at Ohio State University, talks about why complex systems fail and what can be done about it.
Is the obsession with Instagram ruining experiences in the great outdoors for us — and everyone around us?
Millennials were born before smartphones and social media came into use, and spent much of their early lives without them.
Uber is giving its passengers the ability to flip the script and use its app to find either a ride or a way to get to their destination on mass...
Teens are reporting that porn is their primary source of information on sex. One group is trying to change that.
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd speaks with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates about the size and scope of tech companies in the U.S., philanthropy and proposed Trump administration cuts to foreign...
Congress is investigating Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google to determine whether they are monopolies.
The Russian founder of the popular messaging app Telegram, which has been widely used to coordinate protest efforts, says China hit the app with a massive denial of service attack.
NASA's decision to open the International Space Station to commerce, including space tourism, could compromise the agency's work, writes Joelle Renstrom.
Calls for regulation on tech giants have reached a fever pitch.
The combined company -- which would be based in Greater Boston -- anticipates annual revenue of $74 billion, if approved.
"We think these actions will help consumers in the near term and the long term to get the peace and the quiet that they deserve," said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.