The technological revolution could impact the future of work for both good and ill.
Forty-three percent of Americans reported that they never unplug from personal technology.
The MindRDR Google Glass app lets users take photos simply by thinking about it, and even posts them on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
There may still be times when advanced technology begs us to consider the myth of progress.
Up to 45 percent of employees feel obligated to check-in after business hours, and another 26 percent feel guilty for using their vacation time.
For better or for worse, there are some indisputable ways our brains have been rewired by technology.
An offshoot of Linux Foundation, the Heartbleed initiative will “fund open-source projects that are in the critical path for core computing functions.”
According to the latest study from Pew Research Center, a majority of Americans are optimistic about how technology and science will influence their lives.
Deep Linking technology brings the online advertising paradigm to mobile.
Los Angeles-based deviantART is the largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts. Images in social media may have exploded over the last several years, but deviantART, founded in 2000, was way ahead of the curve.