The Xbox One (XB1) doesn't do anything the Xbox 360 does. I call it the "Xbox None" in my house. Hardly a day goes by when I don't seriously consider returning it to Microsoft and here's why.
2013 could mark the end of the era of Internet openness.
These are still early days in mHealth. But what's clear is that while mHealth may be caught between vision and reality it's not stuck there. It's going to be amazing. Eventually.
Do your students think coding is cool? This week, all across the United States, kids are discovering the joy of coding.
If Santa and his merry band of elves were real, it would take about 50 international distribution centers to re-stock his sleigh to deliver presents to millions of children around the world.
Arriving in Barcelona, one of Glass's first tasks was, inadvertently, taking on Apple. It all started out very mundane -- I met with friends who needed to exchange a charger at the chic new Apple store.
Creative Commons creates a legitimate mechanism allowing sharing for free. But what if the artist wants a choice?
Supply chains for products are hard to keep track of, and if companies aren't investing time, money, and energy in ensuring a clean supply chain, our consumerism continues to support labor exploitation.
It's almost time for the chubby, bearded stranger in the red suit to slide down your chimney (we still haven't figured out how he does that). Just in case you haven't sent him your Christmas list of geek toys yet, we have a few suggestions.
On the surface, it seems like as women, we are more likely to get offers because these software companies want to hire women, but there are a ton of other factors coming into play here, and I would claim that in the end it might be harder as a woman.
One of the most common questions I get asked when talking about the history of Shutterstock is: "Did everything change after the IPO?" And my answer is always the same: "Hmm... Nope!"
The world's oceans are vast, covering 71 percent of the Earth's surface and containing 97 percent of the water, yet only about 5 percent of the ocean and its depths have been explored.