Google Knows You Better Than Your Doctor Ever Could
Bitcoin has the longest record of resisting intervention, and even its decentralization may be illusory.
As more activity is linked to our real names, the stakes seem excessively high. There has to be a better way.
Yes, Anyone Can Print a Gun at Home. But Not a Very Good One.
Next on the Blockchain: Crowdfunding Death
Bitcoin Blockchain Demonstrates the Value of Anarchy
The most tragic story of the computer industry is how a field once dominated by women became the domain of men.
Bitcoin is great for big transactions. The challenge is handling smaller ones.
Here’s all you need to know about bitcoin and other crypto-assets that have had crazy runs this year.
It’s worth considering how much energy Bitcoin might save.
Smart Contracts Are Still Way Too Dumb
Your Computer Might Be Working for Currency Miners
What TaskRabbit's Fate Says About Sharing
Equifax’s breach of 143 million U.S. consumers’ credit information is not passé.
The fraud-ridden market of initial coin offerings could make us appreciate regulation.
The supposedly distributed network has become too centralized.
Google is scrambling to distance itself from an author’s approach to achieving gender diversity.
An Online Black Market Vanishes. What Took So Long?
The latest malware attack should motivate businesses to get their security act together.
Emerging tech companies have no time for cultural niceties.
This Blockchain Bubble Might Be a Good Thing