4 reasons startups should consider moving to Toronto
Hint? They don’t include Drake, maple syrup, or ice hockey
The top destinations for global tech talent in the age of Trump
Foreign tech workers are considering these places outside the U.S. instead
Backdoors into Whatsapp’s encryption is not the UK’s answer to terrorism
Despite what Amber Rudd believes, targeting popular tech will not solve their intelligence problem, doing more harm than good
7 serious sessions at Austin’s SXSW that make Gamergate panels look like child’s play
Enough with Gamergate, we have to talk about pressure on the press, the rise of basic income, space travel, and possible misuse of AI
30 nominations Donald Trump still hasn’t made that are critical for US technology growth
Startups, major corporations, and tech workers should be looking more closely at these positions as they are filled for critical statements on taxes, research, and priorities
Disrupted: Cameroonian entrepreneurs struggle to keep business flowing under internet ban over protests
As governments throw the internet kill switch with greater frequency to head off unrest, tech communities in these countries face an uphill battle with only a few international allies
How an app called Countable helps people connect to Congress
Yes, there is an app for civic engagement
Can health tech startups thrive under HIPAA?
Here’s what you need to know if you are a health startup
While the West freaks out about Trump, Cameroon blacked out the internet for English-speaking minority
Selectively blacking out the internet to curtail political unrest and organizing is the new normal
Microsoft UK officer suggests moving data centers because of Brexit import tariffs
"If all of a sudden there are huge import [tariffs] on server racks from China or from Eastern Europe . . . that might change our investment decisions."
Donald Trump admits Russia likely influenced US election, provides other thoughts on hacking
In Trump's first press conference, he conceded that Russia likely meddled with the US election. Here, we analyze his comments on hacking
What impact will France’s Right to Disconnect law have on startups?
Can French legislation roll back a growing trend in the country's economy to work beyond the legendary 35-hour work week? We ask French startups what they think
Public copy of US ‘election hacking’ report leaves much unanswered
The issue is so overtly partisan now, too, that it will remain unsettled for years to come
Ford may have incentive to invest $700M in Michigan self-driving car plant: a clean-air tax credit
Ford is adding 700 new jobs to a Michigan plant to build electric and autonomous vehicles, and canceled the production of a plant in Mexico. Could they get a clean-air tax credit for self-driving cars?
Why does the US lag so far behind in high speed rail?
China and others are charging ahead with high speed rail. But political will is not the only reason the US doesn't have a comparable investment
Obama sanctions Russian intelligence community over election interference
This is probably not the last step the White House will take before its occupants change next month. And these are the implications for US-Russia relations