Did Trump Show Printed-Out Tweets to Jack Dorsey? We Asked Digital Forensics Experts
President Trump brought a conspicuous stack of papers to his meeting with Jack Dorsey.
'Documents,' Today's Comic by Robin Vehrs
In today's modern paperless world, a couple discuss storage options for their many documents.
200 Terabyte Proof Demonstrates the Potential of Brute-Force Math
Automated verification finds renewed potential for making algorithms safe.
A Plea for Multispace, the DIY Civic Internet That Will Never Exist
Researcher proposes an information infrastructure "beyond what is unlikely to ever be supported by commercialized information and communication systems."
Soon WiFi Will Be Able To Tell Not Just Where You Are, But If You're Breathing
New experiments demonstrate indoor WiFi positioning down to a single centimeter.
The Network Standard Used in Cars Is Wide Open to Attack
Researchers uncover a new vulnerability that may allow hackers to disable your car.
Building a Better CAPTCHA by Faking Out Robots
A pair of computer scientists seeks to avoid CAPTCHA doomsday.
Decades-Old Collision Data Offers Tantalizing Hint of New Particle
The Large Electron-Positron collider returns to haunt the LHC.
Computer Scientist Publishes Manifesto for Expressive Algorithmic Music
A new five-year research project aims to understand how humans compute music.
Neural Networks Are Alarmingly Good at Identifying Blurred Faces
Thanks to AI, it’s getting much harder to hide your face from machines.
Supermaterials Offer New Means of Searching for Superlight Dark Matter
Two new papers offer new methods of searching for the most evasive forms of dark matter.
Quantum Computing Just Grew Way the Hell Up
Researchers implement a key piece of Shor's algorithm in a programmable quantum computer.