DNC claims Russians launched more phishing attacks after midterms

SAUL LOEB via Getty Images The New York Times cites court documents filed by the Democratic National Committee that said it believes a Russian group launched a hacking attempt against it after last year’s midterm elections. The lawsuit alleges a conspiracy between President Trump’s campaign, Russian intelligence and Wikileaks targeting Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2016. […]

In defense of screen time

Siri Fiske Contributor Siri Fiske is founder and head of MYSA School in Bethesda, Md. and Washington, D.C. The Silicon Valley engineers who design our tech gadgets won’t let their kids anywhere near those devices, according to a shocking New York Times profile. These workers are convinced too much time in front of smartphones and […]

Flutterwave and Visa launch African consumer payment service GetBarter

Jake Bright Contributor More posts by this contributor Harley Davidson reveals more about its push into electric vehicles Venture capital, global expansion, blockchain and drones characterize African tech in 2018 Fintech startup Flutterwave has partnered with Visa to launch a consumer payment product for Africa called GetBarter. The app based offering is aimed at facilitating personal and small […]

How the new VR screen could end the smartphone

Philip Rosedale Contributor A smartphone screen is a wonder of the world. It’s not just that it’s bright and colorful and sharp. In some ways, it’s as good as human biology allows. We’ve packed so many pixels into such a small space that any more would be lost on us. We can’t make the screens […]

For AR/VR 2.0 to live, AR/VR 1.0 must die

Tim Merel Contributor More posts by this contributor Chinese investment into computer vision technology and AR surges as U.S. funding dries up The Reality Ecosystem: What AR/VR/XR needs to go big The future of AR/VR could be bright, but only if it moves beyond where it is today. 2018 was the first of what look […]