Marketing for a film doesn't get much better — or creative — than this. Comedy Central put together an ad which mirrors one of those AT&T open forum commercials with kids. In place of "Saturday Night actor
Now more than ever, American neighborhoods tend to be segregated by income, according to a recent study by Cornell's Kendra Bischoff and Stanford's Sean F. Reardon. That means the rich are living near
Obama's oft-repeated claim— that if you like your health care plan, "you can keep it" — has come under fire the past week, as the individual insurance market has been disrupted. Stewart took special note
To be joined by foldable displays in 2016 It's time to start getting used to discussing WQHD resolution, or 2560 x 1440 pixels, in relation to smartphones. Samsung's Analyst Day gathering today shed some
If you're a parent or teacher, you probably are asked "why questions" by young people several dozen times each day. Why can't we hear dog whistles? Why does the wind blow? Why is there no life on Mars?
Google chairman Eric Schmidt had some harsh words to say about the U.S. government’s personal data collecting methods led by the National Security Agency (NSA). In particular, Schmidt took issue with NSA