Researchers at Coventry University in the United Kingdom conclude that textisms, the abbreviated versions of words, may have a positive affect on child literacy.
Does the web help reading or hinder it? No one seems to be sure.
Comments made by one of the jurors who found Jammie Thomas guilty of file sharing admits to never having been on the Internet.
You can get an iPod Nano preloaded with your 50 favorite CDs--perfect for the tech illiterate or the really lazy.
From Microsoft's WinHEC conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft Chief Research and Strategy Officer Craig Mundie shows what could be the future of health care in developing nations using an example of a patient who is illiterate--but like a lot of people in developing nations today--has a cell phone.
This enterprise software tool is not as dull as you might expect. In fact, Slack is skyrocketing in popularity by bringing hip design and novel functionality to an overlooked issue.
For years, Crave's Eric Mack has been one of a rare breed, a true "Motorola Man." Now his commitment is being threatened by a trans-Pacific marriage with Lenovo. Will love win out in the end?
The United Kingdom's Security Service is instituting voluntary and compulsory layoffs, after a review of its staff's IT skills.
A purported UX designer for Microsoft reveals why the "love it or hate it" Metro environment is the default in Windows 8.
The ABC Syringe is embedded with ink that turns color when exposed to air as a way to warn caregivers that the syringe has been used.