Leah Becerra

Leah Becerra

Leah Becerra

Digital Content Producer

Leah writes about technology and business news, which is fitting because she's passionate about all things tech. She graduated with a degree from the Missouri School of Journalism. Formerly Leah worked as a computer technician and helped give web presence to longform print newspaper projects.

Recent Work
DEA officers walk on a street.

Judge Rejects 'Stingray' Tracking Evidence Gathered Without A Warrant

A woman runs outdoors on a trial.

Can Too Much Cardio Be Bad For Your Heart? Maybe

Photos of Facebook users and publishers on the social media site.

Facebook Thinks You'd Rather Read Your Friends' Rants Than The News

View of Wolfsburg, home to German carmaker Volkswagen.

Volkswagen Will Pay Out Billions To Car Owners Over Emissions Scandal

Drawing of a Chrome web browser window.

Your Favorite Browser Might Be Taking A Chunk Out Of Your Battery Life

The TSA PreCheck line is empty even when the TSA is busy.

Do You Have What It Takes To Get On The TSA's PreCheck List?

The diesel fuel nozzle of a pump deposits fuel into a Volkswagen car.

Details Of Volkswagen's Emissions Scandal Settlement Leaked

Devices being shut down.

Why Turning Your Devices Off And On Again Works So Damn Well

The Sunway TaihuLight is the world's fastest supercomputer.

The World's Fastest Supercomputer Was Homegrown In China

Hands type on a keyboard.

Lone Hacker 'Guccifer 2.0' Claims Responsibility For DNC Breach

A gamer walks in front of a crowd with his trophy in hand.

Don't Quit Your Day Job And Become A Full-Time Video Game Streamer

A couple gets into one of Volkswagen's electric vehicles.

Is Volkswagen Trying To Pay Its Penance With (Actual) Clean Cars?

A woman asks Siri a question.

Hey, Siri. Why Are So Many Digital Assistants Female?

Apple's Messages app replaces the word queen with an emoji of a queen.

Soon Apple's Messages App Will Help You Swap Text For Emoji

A young developer gets ready to start coding.

Apple Created An App That Could Turn Your Child Into A Developer

Siri says she's not telling what will be announced at WWDC 2016.

Expect Siri To Steal The Spotlight At Apple's WWDC 2016

Twitter logo and Passwords that were stolen by hackers for Twitter.

Millions Of Twitter Passwords Stolen, But This Time It Was Your Fault

Files backing up from a computer to an external drive.

Backing Up Your Data Is Easy; Paying To Recover It Can Be Expensive

Cars drive on a city street.

These Cities Are The Worst For Vehicle Thefts

Robots in revolt.

Should Our Potential Robot Overlords Come With A Killswitch?

Mercury passes across the sun.

Watch Mercury Transit The Sun In High-Res Without Melting Your Eyes

Person thinks about what invention he can patent.

A Flatulence Deodorizer And 4 Other Fantastically Useless Patents

Aluminum 3-D-printed motorcycle is the first of its kind.

This 3-D Printed Motorcycle Is Like No Bike You've Ever Seen

A graduation cap on top of money.

There Really Is A 'Right' Way To Pay Off All That Student Loan Debt

An opaque version of Twitter's blue bird logo is drawn.

After You Die, What Happens To Your Digital Life?


Dirty Money: The Cash In Your Pocket Probably Has Poop On It

Rendering of the Paddington Station along Crossrail's new Elizabeth line.

See Inside London's New Crossrail Stations Before They Open

Man holds up an old Nokia 5190 brick phone.

Nokia Just Got Its Best Shot At Making A Comeback

The first tweet ever posted on Twitter by Jack Dorsey in 2006. It reads, "Just setting up my twttr."

It's About Time Twitter Updated Its Character Limit

Someone reacts to a Facebook post with a sad emoji.

Belgian Police Warn Using Facebook's Reactions May Compromise Privacy