Local police should not be your go-to source for iPhone safety news
A warning about the NameDrop feature on iOS 17 is just the latest in a long history of misleading Facebook posts from law enforcement.
Elon Musk’s lawsuit trying to silence his critics is assigned to a notorious GOP judge
Reed O’Connor is one of the most unapologetic Republican partisans in the entire federal judiciary.
How AI should affect nuclear policy for the US and China
The Biden-Xi summit is a reminder of the nuclear stakes of putting too much trust in AI.
By firing Sam Altman, OpenAI won the battle but lost the AI safety war
Microsoft may get the spoils: Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, and other OpenAI employees.
ChatGPT’s creator OpenAI fired Sam Altman. Why did Microsoft hire him?
9 questions about OpenAI’s wild weekend, answered.
The TikTok controversy over Osama bin Laden’s “Letter to America,” explained
Why Osama bin Laden’s 2002 letter became the latest TikTok moral panic.
Apple changes course on texting with Google Android devices
Apple is adopting Google’s texting standard, but blue bubble elitism will probably continue.
Apple and Google have made phones the key to your digital life. Here’s what to do if you lose it.
Preparing yourself for the worst is easier than you might think — and it’s never been more important.
What artificial intelligence is, and how it’s changing our world
Understand how generative AI tools, like ChatGPT, Stable Diffusion, and DALL-E, are already shaping everything — from text and image generation to how we live and work.