Though scooter-shares have led to sidewalk safety concerns, they're also an accessible transportation option.
Pacific Standard spoke with a philosopher who's trying to code ethical algorithms into autonomous vehicles.
Marc Benioff, the chief executive of Salesforce, has pitted himself against Jack Dorsey, the chief executive of Twitter and Square, by spending millions of dollars to fund campaigns promoting the passage of a homelessness benefits initiative in the city.
Author Bruce Schneier warns about the coming hyper-networked world where all your devices are talking to each other.
Facebook, Spotify, Tinder—all have used the land down under as a test dummy for new features.
How can universities convince them to share that information?
A Danish government memorandum suggests that the country's carbon emissions are due to rise sharply, by as much as 10 percent between now and 2030.
Technology seat belts could help prevent the next Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Women in the country are missing out on the tech boom, and those who do work in the industry say companies and the government need to do more to help bolster their ranks.
The program is aimed at helping wildlife trade enforcement agencies benefit from the experience of their colleagues in neighboring countries.
Amazon, one of many tech companies that have called for reform of government surveillance, is selling facial recognition services to cops.
Mantis shrimp eyes are unlike those observed in any other animal, both mechanically and optically, leading researchers to wonder how they could spur technological advancement.
The 2020 census will rely on more digital innovation than ever, which is creating both concerns and opportunities.
A new study finds the more people rely on their Facebook feed for news, the less politically knowledgeable they are.
Operating without a union, songwriters are still paid through royalty structures created in the days of player pianos and Tin Pan Alley. And in the streaming era, that's a losing formula.
Immigration authorities have erected 23 towers outfitted with cameras to scan hundreds of square miles in search of people attempting to cross the border.