Last month, my first book was published. It was released by an ebook-only publisher, and its story, like the story of writing itself, is linked to technology.
As data storage needs grow more pressing, an unconventional technology offers hope.
Adore your Shih Tzu? Now it’s possible to create a tiny replica of Fluffy in figurine form for your office. You could also create customized jewelry, an iPhone case or something far more personal.
It’s natural in emotional times to search for answers, but there’s no evidence that violent media leads to mass homicides.
From seat buzzers to high-speed cameras, TIME takes a look at technologies that enhanced the sights and sounds (and smells) of movie watching.
Does technology make us stupid or smart? The answer is “both,” and the choice is up to us.
Data-driven decisionmaking played a huge role in creating a second term for the 44th President and will be one of the more closely studied elements of the 2012 cycle.
The Department of Homeland Security is working to develop a giant plug for a giant subway tunnel.
Digital eye glasses like Google’s Project Glass, and my earlier Digital Eye Glass, will transform society because they introduce a two-sided surveillance and sousveillance. Here is some history and my future predictions.
When I first downloaded the Boggle app, I was agog over all the unfamiliar words — AAL, AIS, ANE, etc. — the game showed me I could have found in the 16-letter jumbles. But a few hundred rounds later (yes, I’m obsessed), I’m more interested in the words the good people at Hasbro won’t let me play.
FART and CRAP are off …
Last weekend, I was at my parents’ house in Connecticut for a family matter. As my sister went through some of the things in her childhood bedroom, she discovered a document from 1996, explaining the advantages and disadvantages of the Internet. This was apparently part of some high school handout packet; also included among the papers …
Apple is heavily promoting its new improved camera as a primary feature of the iPhone 4S. With a 60% increase in megapixels, a sharper and faster lens, and a newly engineered illumination sensor, the popular technology company is hoping consumers will now turn to the iPhone for their primary photography (and video) needs, as well as …