We can learn a lot about the future of work from how millennials are approaching and redefining their careers. The 9-to-5 grind is over. I call that traditional view, “Big Work,” and millennials intuitively
The president’s pattern of behavior may be enough to surmount the high legal threshold for proving that he sought to stifle the special counsel’s investigation. President Trump’s own actions, as reported
A vaccine has for the first time been shown to protect against the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhoea, scientists in New Zealand say. There are fears gonorrhoea is becoming untreatable as antibiotics
Article vetted by the Vatican offers scathing critique of Steve Bannon, who is Catholic, the Trump White House and ‘evangelical fundamentalism’ in the US An explosive article written by two close associates
After five years of development at Harvard, it’s close to hitting the market. Most strokes damage the part of the brain that controls movement. After suffering one, many patients struggle to walk normally,
Counter-drone security firm Dedrone has raised $15 million in a second round of funding led by John Chambers, executive chairman and former CEO of Cisco, and Felicis Ventures. The company makes software
Cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced the launch of Amazon Chime, a new service that organizations can use for voice and video calls and instant messaging. It might well
Stephen Hawking says that “we are at the most dangerous moment in the development of humanity” and that the “rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend job destruction deep into the middle classes,
Gita saves you from using a car or dolly to haul your gear. The Vespa brand's owner, the Piaggio Group, doesn't have a reputation for cutting edge tech (it only just started making an electric scooter).
For those who can't, there's a drone for that. The Airselfie is a tiny drone that is housed in a phone case, and it lets you take selfies or group shots from farther away than you could with your arms
“It’s not a Muslim ban,” US president Donald Trump told reporters yesterday, speaking of his executive order barring entry to the US for people from seven Muslim-majority countries. Trump was responding
• The US has been downgraded to a "flawed democracy" by the Economist Intelligence Unit.• The downgrade reflects Americans' drop in confidence in governmental institutions, according to the EIU.• Americans'
The ‘fourth industrial revolution’ will cause income inequality. Tech can also solve it There is a reason we live in a golden age of dystopian science fiction: Increasingly, it feels like it is coming
When you are an adult, it is hard to make new friends. I myself used to be real weird about it. At a party, for example, a potential friend might ask about my favorite sandwich. This is it! I would think.
Donald Trump, as a destructive force, hit the political system of the United States with a resounding bang. But perhaps liberal democracies can also be brought low by means of a long and slow deflation.
Anyone who's obsessed with their dog or cat will do anything to make their life happier. For some owners, that means getting treats or a new toy. Others, however, might prefer getting new gadgets for pets
Journalists are poised on the politics, but are they ready for the potential policy revolution? (A version of this column originally appeared on Poynter.org.) Embedded plentifully during the presidential
In San Francisco, companies will pay six-figure salaries to entry-level tech workers from all over the world. So this might come as a surprise: A public university there is laying off some of its own staff
According to futurist Thomas Frey, in 14 years it'll be a big deal when students learn from robot teachers over the internet. It's not just because the technology will be that sophisticated, Frey says,
Donald Trump’s erratic behavior—from his petulant response to Saturday Night Live’s depiction of him to his erratic diplomatic calls—is hardly typical of a president. And his manner is so unusual that