Who hasn’t wished at one time or another for a jetpack?
Tesla’s chief executive and serial technology entrepreneur, Elon Musk, has said his company’s cars will be able to be summoned and drive autonomously across the US to pick up their owners within the next two years.
Before you read on, I want to make one thing clear: I’m not trying to convert you. I’m not trying to lecture you or judge you. Honestly, I’m not. It may come over like that here and there, but believe me, that’s not my intent. In this piece, I’m just trying to ... explain.
In the summer of 1998, a strange press release made its way out to technology and music publications throughout the world. David Bowie, the legendary musician and cultural provocateur, would be launching his own internet service provider, offering subscription-based dial up access to the emerging online world.
An experienced, well-educated friend of mine has been looking for a job for close to six months, and I’ve been helping her with feedback on her CV.
In Danny Boyle’s gripping Steve Jobs film, the talkie action is set before a series of product launches.
For a while, the trajectory of video games curved toward cinema.
It’s been a tough few years for Nintendo.
Apple just bought emotion-detecting startup Emotient, taking a deeper plunge into artificial intelligence.
Google has fixed an “automated” error which saw its online translating tool convert “Russian Federation” into “Mordor”.
Facebook has launched a video selfie sharing app for teenagers which has no privacy settings. What could possibly go wrong?
Five years ago this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook was handed an unenviable task — taking the helm of the company from terminally ill founder Steve Jobs , one of the iconic personalities of the age.
How do you ensure that Siri pronounces your name correctly? If you’re Barbra Streisand you go straight to the source and call the chief executive, Tim Cook.