The Race to Secure Voting Tech Gets an Urgent Jumpstart

Numerous electronic voting machines used in United States elections have critical exposures that could make them vulnerable to hacking. Security experts have known that for a decade. But it wasn’t until Russia meddled in the 2016 US presidential campaigns and began probing digital voting systems that the topic took on pressing urgency. Now hackers, researchers, […] Read more »

Ford Rethinks the F-150, Toyota Gets a New Lidar, London Battles with Uber and More Car News This Week

More than a century after the dawn of the automobile age, cars are a young person’s game again. Sure, the grey-haired bigwigs have started to catch on to the big trends—electricity, automation, connectedness—but if this week’s news is any indication, it’s the youth leading the charge. From the 22-year-old laser genius to the self-driving pioneer […] Read more »

Canada Finally Gets Cloud Hosting Solution It Deserves with Launch of AURO

Canada Finally Gets Cloud Hosting Solution It Deserves with Launch of AURO Canadians have been waiting a long time for an open-source cloud infrastructure platform that keeps data safe and secure within our nation's borders. AURO could finally be that solution. AURO is a public cloud that is 100% Canadian-owned and -operated. Read more on […] Read more »