Neil Gaiman Read by Fred Berman, Anne Bobby, Dennis Boutsikaris, Tim Cain, Richard Ferrone, Adam Grupper, and more This is one of the full-cast audiobooks against which all others are invariably measured.
The drone. The iPhone. Bluetooth. GPS. Before they changed the world, these technologies were schematics on paper. Here is where the future began. Forget the image of the lonely inventor tinkering away
Child pornography. Beheadings. Immolation videos. Every day, thousands of pieces of repugnant content are removed from Facebook by a secret army of censors. (After the van attack in Toronto on Monday,
Despite the fears that automation will require workers to have technical and digital skills, the World Economic Forum’s ‘Future Jobs Survey’ found that employers actually think they will need more human
WASHINGTON — More than 30 high-tech companies, led by Microsoft and Facebook, announced a set of principles on Tuesday that included a declaration that they would not help any government — including that
Some economists say it should be raised. Others say it’s already too high. But what if both sides are missing the point? By Peter C Baker No idea in economics provokes more furious argument than the minimum
Edward Tenner explains the efficiency paradox Today’s headlines are filled with technological breakthroughs that promise an optimized future, from artificial intelligence to diagnose disease to self-driving
This chart shows every major technological innovation in the last 150 years — and how they have changed the way we work
• Since 1760, productivity has increased almost 30 fold.• That is largely down to technological innovations like electricity, telephones, and the internet.• Barclays chronicled the world's rising productivity
Lower-income countries get a lot of old stuff from the U.S. and Europe. Used cars and buses and trucks, for instance, roll onto ships to be resold at their destination. But you'd be surprised at what be
Michael Novogratz is searching for redemption in cryptocurrencies. Audio: Listen to this story. To hear more feature stories, download the Audm app for your iPhone. Michael Novogratz was in a good mood.
Welcome to our second ever newsletter takeover. Ela Darling, the queen of VR porn, feminist activist, and avid robot enthusiast, has pulled together her favorite stuff from around the internet. She’s joining
VR Kanojo is the first English-language game from the eroge dev Illusion Software has become infamous both inside and outside of Japan for its very explicit 3D eroge, also known as pornographic games.
Fearing natural disasters and nuclear war, Americans are investing in freeze-dried food. But how does it taste? After 9/11, my dad filled a duffel bag with some energy bars, a couple gallons of water,
More than half of your body is not human, say scientists. Human cells make up only 43% of the body's total cell count. The rest are microscopic colonists. Understanding this hidden half of ourselves -
From student debt to loneliness, young people in Britain share their reasons for why the happiness of 16 to 25-year-olds is so low Research says that young Britons are unhappy and lack confidence in themselves
NBC News - I think where high schools have gotten it wrong, or let's be honest, those of us in the policy world have gotten it wrong, is in thinking that high schools’ only job is preparing kids for a four-year liberal arts degree.
As automation disrupts the labor market and good middle-class jobs disappear, schools are struggling to equip students with future-proof skills. Editor’s note: This article is the first in a series entitled
Cloud and AI are Microsoft’s future bets ”We want to move from people needing Windows to choosing Windows, to loving Windows. That is our bold goal,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella three years ago. the
SAN FRANCISCO — Two days after Donald J. Trump won the 2016 election, executives at Google consoled their employees in an all-staff meeting broadcast around the world. “There is a lot of fear within Google,”