The 10 Most Socially Shared Articles in Tech | February 18 EditionBy Katherine Foreman on February 18, 2016
From a new take on a classic board game to the latest advancements in prosthetic technology and the heated tech battle between Apple and the FBI, we’ve got all of today’s top trending tech articles to keep you up to date!
To help celebrate Star Trek's 50th anniversary, toy and electronics company Spin Master is modeling its popular quadcopter drones into a version of the USS Enterprise you can fly yourself!
This advanced technology will revolutionize the world of amputee victims.
One step in the right direction for human rights, or a step backward in advancing terrorist control?
Bringing a whole new meaning to survival of the fittest.
Imagine paying less for a smart phone than you would a drink at Starbucks. The Freedom 251 is launching at Rs 251 (under $4).
The Times of India
If being the banker was your favorite position in Monopoly, please accept our deepest condolences.
Excited for Samsung's newest addition to the smartphone line? So is everyone else who's seen the newly leaked video of the product!
3D printing isn't just for hi-tech crafts—see how scientists are using the technology to create biocompatible tissues.
Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine via Mashable
Employee wellness firms are mining data to give information to employers about workers' health needs—including predicting when employees are planning on getting pregnant. Note: The full article requires a subscription for access.
The Wall Street Journal
Hackers seized control of the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center's computer systems, forcing directors to pay up in order to regain access.
Ricardo DeAratanha/Los Angeles Times