A four-month–old little girl is alive today because of an inexpensive virtual reality device made by Google.
We have a relationship with the Internet that influences and, in some cases, drives our behaviors. Some would call it an addiction.
The immersive nature of virtual reality is worrying. We need to fully understand the path we’re headed down as new technologies are seemingly recreating our physical, kinetic lives.
Hello Barbie, the new interactive doll from Mattel, has some security flaws. As the Internet of Things becomes a reality, manufacturers must make security a priority.
"Humans are allergic to change,” Grace Hopper once said. “They love to say, 'We've always done it this way.' I try to fight that. That's why I have a clock on my wall that runs counter-clockwise."
The Internet is contributing to the demise of 95 percent of the world's languages. Paradoxically, Google may have the solution.
Learning how to code will get you a job and a salary. More importantly, it allows you the freedom of understanding that you can solve problems that seem overwhelming.
Alleged deserter Bowe Bergdahl is the subject of this season's popular podcast Serial and he practically confessed to desertion on it.
Anonymous targets Donald Trump for his proposed ban on allowing Muslims to enter the United States.
Technology companies are under pressure to remove violent, terrorist content from their sites. Who should decide what gets removed?