A young woman who thought she had everything mapped out perfectly is suddenly on her own – and the jealousy is unbearable. Mariella Frostrup says it’s hard but it’s time to look to the future The dilemma
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled the third iteration of its Apple Watch wearable device. It’s a third attempt at figuring out the market for a device that has still not found the widespread success that
Facebook kicked it off in late April with its F8 conference, followed in early May by Microsoft Build, and then the just-completed Google I/O conference. This particularly Silicon Valley kind of marathon
"Innovate or die," declared management philosopher Peter Drucker. But innovation is easier said than done. Established players like Procter & Gamble have departments full of people devoted to continuously
When facing bad public relations, one of the oldest plays in the playbook is to try and change the narrative. Execs are departing? You’re being sued over possibly stolen technology? Stories of sexual in
Make no mistake: We're still probably at least a decade away from any kind of meaningful shift away from the smartphone. (And if we're all cyborgs by 2027, I'll happily eat my words. Assuming we're still
We increasingly let computers fly planes and carry out security checks. Driverless cars are next. But is our reliance on automation dangerously diminishing our skills? When a sleepy Marc Dubois walked
The Trouble With Laptop Chargers The chargers are my least favorite thing about laptops. I get quite a few of laptops through here for testing and almost every one uses a different, proprietary charger.
Shenzhen, China Yekutiel Sherman couldn’t believe his eyes. The Israeli entrepreneur had spent one year designing the product that would make him rich—a smartphone case that unfolds into a selfie stick.
How is it that certain people are so incredibly persuasive? Can we all harness those skills? After studying the most influential political, social, business and religious leaders, and trying countless
(AP) Trust is complex and varied, and so are the technologies in question David Danks January 8, 2017 4:59pm (UTC) This article was originally published on The Conversation. In 2016, self-driving cars
Volkswagen recently acquired PayByPhone, a Canadian mobile payments company, for an undisclosed amount, according to The Wall Street Journal. PayByPhone allows customers to use mobile apps, as well as
While 2016 might have spelled trouble for some well-established startups, it also saw the birth of companies tackling things like a cure for cancer, life-saving drones, and competition for Uber. Business
A patent application published today could herald slimmer Apple Watch models as the company describes a method of moving the haptic motor from the watch to the band. Taps to the wrist could then be delivered
If wireless is the future, AirPods will only get some of us there Wireless is the future." That’s how Apple CEO Tim Cook justified removing the headphone jack from the newest line of iPhones. You won’t
How's your stress level? Well, whatever it is, know that it's human to stress. But the good news is that we can manage it, and certainly minimize it, by making some positive changes. That is, of course,