The melting Arctic is on dramatic display. At mid-June, Arctic sea ice is now at a record low for this time of year, and melted ice is especially notable both in and around Greenland — home to the second
When I left my company last year and they held a little going-away celebration, the whole thing turned into a bit of a roast. And our chief operating officer shared a story I wasn't sure he remembered.
When you have a city this big and your basic lifelines are out, that’s a very significant problem Robin Takashi Lewis Every day, at 5pm, the gentle melody of the children’s song Yuyake Koyake chimes across
Byton was the darling of CES last year, showing off its never-ending dashboard screen and other touchscreens on practically every surface of the Chinese's company first all-electric car, the M-Byte. Now
Is there any such thing as reality anymore? The Microsoft co-founder wishes there were. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. I worry
Microsoft’s Sunday E3 pressure was all about the games. In fact, while the company did offer some information about hardware and services, the information all arrived fast and furious at the end of the
Google has long offered syncing between Google Photos and Google Drive, but it’s putting an end to that in the name of simplicity. “We’ve heard feedback that the connection between these services is confusing,
Saudi Arabia is hunting down women who flee the country by tracking the IMEI number on their cellphones
They expect their friends to be interviewed, their social media to be scoured, their passports to be frozen. They mostly do not expect Saudi government agents to hunt down the old box for their iPhone.