Capitalist Death Cultists Demand Mass Human Sacrifice
This mindset was always going to lead to mass death, and indeed already does.
A Mobile Voting App That's Already in Use Is Filled With Critical Flaws
Voatz, a mobile voting app that's already been piloted in some elections, is filled with 'severe' security vulnerabilities. Voatz's CEO isn't worried about it.
Utah Spent $250k on a Surveillance Startup Instead of Life-Saving Drugs
The Utah Department of Health wanted to buy naloxone, which reverses the effects of an opioid overdose. The state gave it to an AI company instead.
This Small Company Is Turning Utah Into a Surveillance Panopticon
Banjo is applying artificial intelligence to government-owned surveillance and traffic cameras across the entire state of Utah to tell police about "anomalies."
'Black Mesa' Is Not the 'Half-Life' You Remember
After more than a decade in the making, the 'Half-Life' remake is one of the most ambitious mods ever made.
After 1,434 Days of Testing, My Review of the iPhone 6S Plus
A fine and durable phone for a hard and horrible world.
Pornhub Doesn't Care
Pornhub hosts hundreds of Girls Do Porn videos; a Motherboard investigation shows the high-tech solution meant to stop those videos from spreading doesn’t work.
An ‘Off-the-Shelf, Skeleton Project’: Experts Analyze the App That Broke Iowa
Multiple experts analyzed Shadow Inc.’s Iowa caucus app. They found all kinds of problems.
Here’s the Shadow Inc. App That Failed in Iowa Last Night
"I've got about 150 messages from other precinct chairs in my county asking questions about the app in the lead up to last night."
The Democrats Screwed America With an App No One Asked For
The Iowa caucus showed a Democratic establishment in thrall to the worst kind of techno-optimism, fixated on fancy technological solutions to problems that don’t exist.
Joe Rogan’s Endorsement Is One of the Most Influential in America
Bernie Sanders won the Joe Rogan primary. Is that good for Bernie?
In Terms of Crunch, 'Cyberpunk 2077' Is Already a Failure
No matter how good or bad 'Cyberpunk 2077' turns out, CD Projekt Red has no problem admitting that the latest delay will result in crunch for its workers, which means that management has already failed.