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Modern technology has provided us with a seamless way of life, but we've also become accustomed to taking shortcuts.
Art, music, and gym are always the first to go when school administrators seek cuts, yet a child's physical well-being is just as important to society as his or her intellectual skills.
Computer science curriculum must be adopted by K-12 schools in order to increase diversity in the tech sector.
For every good deed, people feel they have license to do a little bad. For shoppers who bring reusable bags, that may just mean some extra chips in the shopping cart.
Scientists running the world's biggest physics experiment will soon begin trials that will test for the presence of alternate universes existing in different dimensions of hyperspace.
Medical expansion has led people to believe they are less healthy. It seems counterintuitive, but there may be a certain burden of truth that comes with the price of medical advancements.
College students will text anywhere — in the shower, on the toilet, and even while they're having sex. So, why are young adults so compelled to respond?
Researchers have studied how towns, less influenced by tech, sleep. They've found these people's wake/sleep cycles mimic the sun's. So, what can be done to save the tech-addicted cities?
Tech companies fighting for market share are focused on making their products and services so pleasurable that they become the stuff of compulsive habits in their customers.