There are more than 3 million public school teachers in America, and many of them don’t know much about computer science. Last month, President Obama announced a plan to bring computer science into all
Using an iPhone or an iPad isn't rocket science. One of the things that die-hard Apple users love most about them is their combination of powerful computing with simple, easy-to-use functionality. That's
1Password With security breaches and roving internet mobs threatening our collective digital privacy, it’s clearer than ever that we all need to take special care of our online identities. 1Password is
When the Iraq city of Ramadi fell to ISIS last May, Senator John McCain described it as "terribly significant." Strangely, neither he nor any other critic of the President's Middle East policy has spoken
The Nexus line is retired, long live the Pixel! Still, if you can find a Nexus 6P on discount, or already have one, it’s a hell of a device and one very much worth using on the daily even in 2017. With
Fossil fuels are all but finished: Renewable energies are the future, whether the GOP acknowledges it or not
Big Oil is in big, big trouble. New policy, investment and tech will all be in the advancement of renewables Michael T. Klare December 25, 2015 3:00pm (UTC) This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch.
Apple includes 30 applications with the iPhone and none of them can be deleted. Many iPhone owners have resorted to creating an "Apple" folder that contains un-used and un-removeable apps. Apple CEO Tim
So-called ‘professional learning’ has come a long way since the days of the densest of textbooks. It eventually gravitated towards online courses and we’ve seen businesses arise to take enormous advantage
Google’s Project Sunroof, which started as a 20 percent project by Google engineering lead Carl Elkin, helps you figure out how well solar panels would work on your roof. The company launched the project
Today SwiftKey announced that they’re launching an assistive app called SwiftKey Symbols. The app aims to help “young, non-verbal individuals with special needs.” The idea for the app came from SwiftKey
Of all the things to be excited about regarding virtual reality – gaming, 360-degree movies, and all sorts of cool new experiences – the last thing I expected to intrigue me is a virtual reality Web browser.