Americans are polarized about many things, it seems, but according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center for the People & Press, they agree that the United States should stay out of the Syrian conflict.
As banks continue to swell in size, the public might conclude that legislators have gone back on their promise to never again let a bank grow “too big to fail.” But making banks smaller was never what
The sociologist Robert Bellah once wrote that the real purpose of Memorial Day, a US holiday that’s celebrated this Monday and commemorates those who have died in battle, is to re-indoctrinate the American
The mobile smartphone wars are over. Everyone won. At least, in terms of functionality and ease of use. Though I’ve been an iPhone advocate for years, this past week I’ve been using a loaner Nokia Lumia
Microsoft and Sony's consoles are alike, but their visions diverge We think of video game consoles as being principally about, well, the games. But when the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 went head-to-head
Apple released a 17-page position paper on its view of U.S. taxes the day before CEO Tim Cook is set to testify before a Senate committee on the issue. Saying that Apple is “an American success story”
Plenty of ink and pixels will be spilled in the coming days over Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr, but the fact that Tumblr could not cash in on native advertising should not be lost in the noise. Tumblr’s