Do we need a tech boom for the elderly?

Tech has been for the young, but a new book argues thatrsquo;s about to change.

How a Star Trek card game quietly continues, 10 years after...

Video: STCCG is now free to play, the Continuing Committee makes new cards, too!

IDG Contributor Network: Your company is getting pumped about AI—but is...

In the coming year, more and more companies will make the move to deploy some type of AI solution—whether it is a chatbot, machine learning functionality, or deep learning application. You may have educated yourself on the latest innovations in AI, ...

Kansas man’s death may have resulted from Call of Duty “swatting”

The man wasn't a gamer, but he apparently became the victim of a deadly "prank."

Does a lower “total cost of ownership” boost electric car sales?

How car buyers respond to economics can help craft policy.

10 things in cybersecurity that you might have missed in 2017

From frustrating to mysterious to downright creepy, here are ten things we learned during 2017.

2017 in Review: Cyber-Security Funding Reveals Risks and Opportunities

A lot of money poured into cyber-security vendors over the course of 2017, as venture capitalists look beyond breaches to find financial opportunities.

Apple Store designers appear to have forgotten about Chicago winters

Possibility of falling snow and ice closes public areas around Apple Store.

14-year-old girl faces child porn charges for sending nude selfie

The ACLU of Minnesota calls the charges absurd and unconstitutional.

Drone collides with US Army helicopter, puts 1.5“ dent in rotor

Collision at 300 feet reveals limits of "trusting the app."