‘Smart-house’ tweets mundane things like ‘I’m pretty sure someone’s at home,’ just like everyone else on Twitter
Acer says Windows RT isn’t ‘so influential anymore’
The company says no facial recognition apps will be allowed
Even as the tech industry remained largely supportive of the legislation in public, its lobbyists began working behind the scenes with Hatch’s office
‘It’s a tiny a gadget that fits inside cell phone batteries’
Committee’s ‘autopsy report’ unveils highly ambitiousrecommendations
The House homeland security committee is expected to hold a hearing later this month on the executive order
STEM degrees actively sought by U.S. business and policy leaders
Here’s why Google is so eager to contain Samsung
Will middle-class jobs return when the global economy recovers, or are they lost forever because of the advance of technology?
Why I hate silent dishwashers, among other things.
Twisted light capable of downloading 70 DVDs per second - Bunsen Burner
Researchers have discovered how to transmit 2.56 terabits of data per second using twisted beams of light
We need higher standards and more professionalism in digital forensics.
Many people didn’t understand how to use the technology and were leery of it
The Menlo Park company exploring allowing children 13 and younger to launch their own profiles
Whatever the merits of the claim, the suit again has put a spotlight on the tech industry’s gender gap.
And that’s creating a communication divide, of sorts — the talkers vs. the texters.
Now you can wear the grillz that thrillz
Worried sick trying to become the best working mom ever? There’s an app for that.
What’s really driving the communication revolution?