Robert Montenegro is a writer, playwright, and dramaturg who lives in Washington DC.
His beats include the following: tech, history, sports, geography, culture, and whatever Elon Musk has said on Twitter over the past couple days. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
When Microsoft's Windows 10 is released next week in seven countries, each market will receive a specialized version of Cortana, the system's digital personal assistant (and Microsoft's answer to Siri). Microsoft...
A new social media service designed by a Mumbai teenager promises to allow users to "hear the world speak."
The first injury accident involving a Google self-driving car was — surprise, surprise — the fault of an oblivious driver in the other vehicle. Self-driving technology offers a potential future where these sorts...
Infants whose mothers used drugs during pregnancy are often born already addicted to those substances. After birth, an analysis of the detached umbilical cord can determine what severe physiological withdrawal...
How do you win a cyberwar against an Internet-savvy enemy like ISIS? One prominent researcher has suggested a troll-based battle strategy. That's right: internet trolls. Could World War III be fought with memes?
More than a million Americans per year elect to go abroad for expensive medical procedures, building a vacation that, in total, costs less than being treated at home.
The only thing more disturbing than an unfamiliar Atticus Finch is the dubious story behind the decision to publish Harper Lee's "found" work.
Your Facebook feed is a virtual echo chamber. It serves the same purpose as Fox News or MSNBC.