Imagining changes in digital interfaces is one thing. Predicting how the genre of the news story might morph is another.
We're curious about how you use Google search, so we created a simple survey that presents you with a handful of hypothetical scenarios
You were aware of social media. You laughed at the energy devoted to building networks. It all seemed frivolous in the developed nations.
We want traders who feel pain, but when the market takes a dive, computers, at least since the 1987 crash, are often the ones to blame
With the new deal, Dr. Dre is offiically wealthy, with an estimated net worth of $300 million
For almost two hundred years, big thinkers have wanted to drag frozen freshwater from the poles
The new big problem for law enforcement is common to many industries: too much data
Exxon may bring in more revenue, but Apple's got the profit margin edge -- and a few others
Somehow we don't think that the British just happen to be taking up the American pastime as the city of London continues to burn
Level 3 Communications, a fiber network company with 84,000 miles of cable, comes clean about the real danger to its business
More than 99 percent of Texas is experiencing drought conditions -- and that's only one indication that things have gotten very bad
The shared Starbucks coffee card of a mobile app designer has become the Internet's new plaything. We chart its ups and downs.
Tech stocks are outpacing the rest of the market. File this bit of news under: "In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king."
It's a rather strict notion of what is and is not a Kickstarter project, developed by the site's unusual founders, that makes everything work
Here we see the good old days, when Mars was still a blank slate on which we could paint our dreams and standard social configurations
A new exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History looks back at the objects of their 69-day entrapment
The primary version of identity online is a departure from what we expect in real life
A group of futurists have developed an evolving document that contains dozens of mostly humorous, generally radical future scenarios
An exciting new way to learn about AI is just one more example of how higher education is breaking apart in the age of the Internet
Can you help build a pair of glasses that would "auto-contrast" the world for my dad's left eye?