Who and what can you trust?
An engineering first: answering the challenge of East Link
King County, Wash., plans to allow all eligible voters to vote using their smartphones in a February election. It's the largest endeavor so far as online voting slowly expands across the U.S.
Brad Smith's new book is "Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age," co-authored with Carol Ann Browne.
Comedian Julia Sweeney reflects on her androgynous character. The strangest technology ideas at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Who got snubbed an Oscar nomination. And the true story of a Lynnwood rape case.
When should museums turn down big money? How can you keep hackers from getting into your security camera? Why did the Scandies Rose sink? And what is it like to be Seahawks QB Russell Wilson?
The Southern border may be far from the Northwest, but some of the software being used by immigration officials is being built here in Seattle. Now tech workers are grappling with their responsibility as the creators of that technology. Some are even finding themselves transformed into reluctant activists.
After a flawless launch from Cape Canaveral, Fla., the crew capsule, loaded with 600 pounds of cargo for the station, was unable to reach its intended orbit, Boeing says.
KUOW's David Hyde talks with Robert Atkinson of the Brookings Institution, about a new report on expanding the geographic reach of America's tech economy.
Understanding hazardous products