Several court cases argue that disability laws that apply to public places should apply to online spaces, too.
New technologies like 3-D printers and laser cutters have boosted entrepreneurial activity in American communities.
The documentary Do Not Track, a multi-part project on data privacy, is personalized to individual viewers based on their online behaviors.
The omnipresence of cameras is a legitimate source of anxiety. But the possibility of exposure can also encourage us to be a little kinder to each other.
Functional and affordable, the canvas bag has become a cultural touchstone. But news merchandise today, like the industry itself, is increasingly specialized.
Even for a company that's trying to produce driverless cars and "solve" mortality, getting employees to overcome their own biases is a challenge.
The emotional appeal of listening
Google's huge market share is part of what strengthens the EU's antitrust case.
The EU's antitrust case against the tech giant illustrates a fight over norms about privacy and business ethics.
Traditionally, culture has interpreted AI as a threat to humanity, but Alex Garland's new movie wonders whether robots can be just like us.
How Narendra Modi rode selfies and social media to the country's highest office
And they won’t have to sip coffee out of Capri Sun pouches any longer.
A neuroscientist and his team have created a vest to help deaf people hear through a series of vibrations.
IBM's Watson is the author of a newly released cookbook.
'Hot takes' can light the world on fire—and also prevent people from seeing things as they are.
In the Internet Age, it's easy to make articles disappear. That doesn't mean publishers should take it lightly.
From “yeah” to “yaaaaas” to “yiss,” we’re rejecting the clinical "yes" and finding more nuanced ways to give our approval—and to hedge our bets.
The search engine creates a feedback loop that influences the way people see the world, a new study finds.
Complex, influential, and far more meaningful than the sum of its social justice-driven hashtags
Parents can use apps to digitally track their pregnancies and, once the child is born, naps, moods, and even diaper changes. Is there a tradeoff to all that data?