I decided to stop cold. I needed to break the cycle. I was getting a little nervous about what's been happening to me lately, and this was a pretty drastic measure. That's right, I have started turning
Tech billionaires spent $170 million on a new kind of school — now classrooms are shrinking and some parents say their kids
• A new kind of school crafted by the minds and wallets of Silicon Valley influencers is struggling to keep parents happy and students in seats.• AltSchool shuttered more than half of the schools it's
Do you hate violence? Author Tim Larkin says you need to be ready to use it anyway—and use it well—if you have no other choice. If you're like me, you gave self-defense classes a try when you were a kid,
Twenty years ago Paul Verhoeven’s film foresaw the nightmare of the west’s endless war with terrorists. If only the world had recognised its genius There’s an image from Starship Troopers – 20 years old
Whether you’re new to iPhone or have been using your device for a while—there are plenty of Siri tips and tricks you may have never tried. We know Siri has opinions on the meaning of life but what other
There’s been a lot of discussion about what kinds of mental activities are actually capable of changing the brain. Some promises of bolstered IQ and enhanced brain function via specially-designed “brain
The ‘indestructible’ handset returns, complete with one-month standby time, colour screen and bags of nostalgia The rumours are true – the Nokia 3310 is back, and it even has Snake. The updated version
Coming on the heels of Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s 20th anniversary, Joss Whedon will oversee another project starring a badass female superhero: Batgirl. The Firefly creator has been tapped to write, and
The freemium tool can provide a wealth of insight into how visitors interact with your website, but many entrepreneurs are not making the most of it How do people find your website? How long do they stay?
Apple bought an app called Workflow on Thursday. The app automates stuff you do all the time on your iPhone and iPad and turns those tasks into a simple button. But instead of killing the app, as Apple
In their first interview, Korea expert Robert Kelly and his wife, Kim Jung-A, describe the circumstances, chaos, and global reaction to their now-infamous home-office Skype catastrophe; ‘she was in a mood’
The summer of 2016 was the summer of Pokémon Go. Everywhere you went, you could see people playing the popular augmented-reality mobile game. But our love affair with it was short-lived. By the time Winter
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Too many people worship at the Church of Technology. There's a sense that technological "progress"
Designer Yi-Fei Chen built a gun for her frustrations. But the weapon doesn’t shoot bullets; it shoots actual tears. The project came about during her time as a masters student at Design Academy Eindhoven
The psychological origins of waiting (... and waiting, and waiting) to work Like most writers, I am an inveterate procrastinator. In the course of writing this one article, I have checked my e-mail approximately
Women battle old-fashioned sexism and new forms of harassment to become big players in the world of professional gaming Two years ago Chelsea quit her job as a pharmacy technician to play video games.
Starbucks also led the way with Mobile Order & Pay. That technology allows people to skip the line, creating a better experience for regular customers while offering shorter lines for casual visitors.
(CNN) — The tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur has been found entombed in amber, an unprecedented discovery that has blown away scientists. Xing Lida, a Chinese paleontologist found the specimen, size