This article is part of our latest Learning special report. We’re focusing on Generation Z, which is facing challenges from changing curriculums and new technology to financial aid gaps and homelessness.
As artificial intelligence continues to mature, we are seeing a corresponding growth in sophistication for humanoid robots and the applications for digital human beings in many aspects of modern-day life.
CLOUD COUNTY, Kan. – Across this central northern county, wind turbine blades slowly slice the cold air over winter-brown fields. The 67 wind turbines of the Meridian Way Wind Farm straddle dozens of and
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. I’ll spare you the exact details and reasons why, but I recently
Range anxiety for electric car users is receding as batteries become bigger and more powerful, and according to Israel’s StoreDot, worries about wasting hours waiting to refill the "tank" could be about
Did you hear the news about a “breed” of stocks that made investors the richest in 2019? It’s not housing stocks, which enjoyed a record rally last year. It’s not even everyone’s beloved tech stocks like
Google Maps is officially 15! It’s been over a decade since Google started mapping the planet and I think it’s safe to say most all of us use the service every single day. If anything, that’s a huge accomplishment.
Companies like Walmart, JPMorgan Chase, and AB InBev are using the advanced tech to overhaul operations in the hopes it will free up workers to focus on the more critical aspects of their jobs and lead
I've always voted Liberal, but after sheltering my family on a beach I cannot support this government
I decided to write to you as my family lay face-down in the sand, covered in wet blankets on Malua Bay Beach as hot embers rained down on us on New Year’s Eve to escape the Clyde Mountain bushfire. Most
Boston could get a half-foot of snow, with close to a foot farther inland, while Philadelphia could get as much as 5 inches, forecasters said. The ugly winter weather already blamed for at least seven
Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, with a population of some 200 million people, has long been one of the big hopes for mobile money and financial inclusion evangelists. And yet, until very recently, seemed
After a decade of work, the restoration of King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt is finally complete — a project described as a "must-see" attraction. The tomb, which is nearly 3,000 years old, was restored
It has now been a little more than a year since President Donald Trump, on his first full day in office, reinstated the Mexico City Policy, also known as the “Global Gag Rule,” and a picture of its impact
I started my first full-time reporter job four years ago. I accepted the job greedily, wanting to escape freelancing and enter the world of salaries, holidays, and sick pay. For the first time since leaving
Intel is not having that great of year thus far in the face of a slew of information about security flaws in it hardware coming out — and you can add another new report from The Wall Street Journal today,
Roughly once a century I get a new printer. At least that’s how it feels. The new model on my desk makes the old one look a hundred years old. For months, I’d been hearing about an Epson printer that get
As Melissa Roy’s 30th birthday approached, the avid traveler set a new goal for herself: get to 100 countries by the end of her 20s. “I was having a midlife crisis about turning 30, and I'm like, ‘I haven't