Acer’s Chromebook Spin 11 Gives You Computing on the Cheap

Acer is expanding its presence in the Chromebook market with a new two-in-one hybrid. The tech company on Tuesday announced the new Acer Chromebook Spin 11, a device that runs on Google’s Chrome OS operating system. You can use it as a traditional notebook computer or as a tablet, thanks to its 11.6-inch touchscreen. Additionally, the screen works with any third-party stylus that is compatible with Wacom Electro-Magnetic Resonance technology. According to Acer, the feature will make it possible...

Facebook and Twitter Are Ill-Equipped to Stop Repeat of 2016 Meddling

Internet companies have a long way to go before they're capable of stopping any foreign meddling in future U.S. elections. Changes rolled out so...

Can Machines Save Us From the the Machines?

Is it just me or is the cyber landscape getting more scary? Even as companies and consumers get better at playing defense, a host of new cyber...

Washington, D.C., Has Given the Boring Company a Permit for a Possible Hyperloop Station

Washington, D.C., has issued a permit allowing Elon Musk's Boring Company to do preparatory and excavation work in what is now a parking lot...

Uber Is Reportedly Planning to Sell Its Southeast Asia Branch to Competitor Grab

Uber is preparing to hand over its Southeast Asia business to the Singaporean ridesharing company Grab, according to a report by CNBC. Uber would get...

Visa and Worldpay Are Refunding Duplicate Coinbase Fees

In a joint statement issued Friday, Visa and the payment processor Worldpay announced that they would reverse duplicate charges made against users of...