What will the city of the future look like? Alphabet's Sidewalk labs plans to find out. The company will soon present plans to Alphabet CEO Larry Page for building a techno-utopia from the ground up.
The fragility of digital memory could let the entire story of our time turn to sand.
DEFCON hackers find it’s really easy to hack U.S. voting machines.
While a funny presence of Twitter may make you stand out from the rest of the e-static, eliciting chuckles alone is not going to build the brand loyalty your product needs to thrive.
THERE IS something I must tell you about China: It is rather morally creative in the usage of its women. There isn’t a hotel, massage parlor, ktv, or conference hall in town […]
"Poe is one of the writers who make us who we are," wrote E. L. Doctorow. So how is it that Poe's countrymen could be so hostile to the man? As it turns out, there was villainy at work.
The power to make living creatures is something that we humans, and quite rightly so, tend to hold sacred.
So deeply rooted, says Tom Doctoroff, is the Western belief in individual freedom, that it is nearly impossible for us to accept the fact that in Chinese culture, the individual does not exist outside of her network of familial and communal obligations.