A tool called Palantir is being used by law enforcement to predict crime. We asked our writers, “Do you think using tech to predict crime is a good idea?”
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The hottest trend right now in smartphones seems to be the bezel-less phone. Do you think bezel-less phones are useful or just a gimmick?
A recent discovery found that AI chatbots have created their own language to communicate among themselves. Is the Terminator era upon us? Let’s find out.
They are now starting to ship laptops with fingerprint scanners. Do you think it would be useful to have a fingerprint scanner on a laptop?
At one time we may have only visited a browser once or twice a day, but browsers are now used much more often. Which browser do you use and why?
As fun as it is to use beta software before an official release, there are certain risks that come along with doing so. Do you use beta software or wait for a stable release?
Many people can get caught up in fake news, believing that it’s true, and that can cause many, many problems. What do you do when you encounter fake news?
Air travel is starting to back away from being convenient for your tech. Here is some advice for people traveling by air with tech devices.
Samsung has been sending Galaxy S8 owners ads via push notifications from a preinstalled app. Should phone manufacturers be allowed to send ads via push notifications?
At the WWDC Keynote this week Apple announced the HomePod. What will happen now that Apple is joining the home assistant market?
Make Tech Easier has a new feature: Software Discovery, a showcase for new software. We want to know, “How do you discover new software?”
One thing on tech fans’ minds over the past week is ransomware after the WannaCry attack. Is paying the money for ransomware ever a good idea?
Social media is blamed for a lot of society’s ills, but does it deserve this tag? Is social media responsible for all the bad that is happening in the world?
Apps like Uber have been found to be harvesting data on us and sometimes selling it. We asked our writers, “Should apps be able to collect information about you?”
With all the talk these days about changes within government affecting Internet privacy laws, we asked our writers, “Is a VPN really necessary to protect your privacy?”
Is it true what Steve Jobs said, that there’s an app for everything? We asked our writers, ‘Do you think apps can really replace everything?”
There was recently a standoff between the U.S. government and Twitter. Should governments be allowed to force social media to divulge personal info on accounts?
We’ve talked about the change in Internet privacy laws, but not about the future. How will the change in Internet privacy laws affect the WWW in the distant future?