If 3D printing continues to advance the way it has, then it will change everybody's lives. No longer does it exist solely in dreams and imaginations. It is here and exponentially growing.
In case you're in the same boat with me, I gathered up some really interesting Twitter stats that can help you improve the way you reach your followers.
It's time now for school districts to take the power and become their own media channel using all the free media channels out there to promote the positive-learning center school leaders know their school to be.
A recent New York Times headline cautioned, "Wireless carriers warn of crisis in mobile spectrum." Is spectrum -- the essential building block of cell phone service -- really in short supply?
Teenage girls are some of the most active users of mobile phones. But they don't see themselves as inventors of technology. They do not interact with mobile technology and think "I can build something better".
If global agreement on addressing climate change cannot be achieved, how can we possibly expect any global consensus on "technomanagement" of the atmosphere where the risks of serious negative consequences are so grave?
I decided for my upcoming business trip to New York City, I am going to embrace the revolution. Instead of using a taxi from the airport, I will use another company that embraces such called Uber.
Despite the fact that Facebook celebrates its tenth birthday in 2014, many of us are still grappling with social media as we continue trying to find the best ways to make it work for us.
So, when I call my son at his college, the conversations are like this: "Hey, pal. How's classes? Yeah, great. Now look, can you tell me why my phone keeps showing messages from someone who died five years ago?"
Would photographic evidence and video testimony have made any difference to the wall of indifference that greeted Karski?
Getting "a good stereo" was one of those rites of passage into adulthood when I was young. You got your own place, and the stereo was usually the highest priority after a bed and things to make food with. Sometimes higher. No more.
The holidays are right around the corner. It's no wonder I've got shopping on the mind. And as with the contagion of Christmas music in a mall, I can't help but join the carol of intrigue surrounding the new health care marketplace.
Since the exposure of the NSA's data collection tactics, telephonic metadata has become an unlikely star in the popular press. The Verizon order leaked by Edward Snowden has prompted a critical public education about how much can be learned from the information routinely recorded by our phone companies.
The real question is, if you're doing your homework, checking Facebook and watching TV at the same time, are you really absorbing anything that's going on? The real answer is no, and that took me longer than I would like to admit to realize.
When I first went to China in 1998 there were 6 million people online -- in the whole country, and most of them were government researchers or university students. Today there are about 800 million, many connecting via mobile.
Yesterday I was proud to support H.R. 3309, the Innovation Act, which will help to rein in patent trolls, which have seriously damaged American businesses and consumers.
We are in the throes of an inflection point in the ease of materializing and exploiting new ideas. All one needs is a new idea, the will to create and enough domain knowledge to get the ball rolling.
If you do anything at all on the internet, you are going to get haters. As a matter of fact, 50 percent of internet users have engaged in hating, trolling, downvoting, bashing and ironic hashtagging. That's science, guys.