From smartphone-controlled robot vacuums to HD Blu-ray players, sleep trackers, and smartwatches, this year's IFA show unveiled a ton of eye-popping tech. In this slideshow, we've mapped out the products we're looking forward to the most.
The US requires a massive restructuring to address its debt, cutting back on its borrowing, spending, and wars. The alternative is "ugly," as Enriquez stated in his Pop!Tech address.
I will be attending the Pop!Tech conference in Camden, Maine this week. For the twelfth year, Pop!Tech will convene a network of 600 remarkable thinkers, doers, leaders, and global change agents in science, technology, social innovation, business, environ
A study analyzed 286 penalty kicks and found that 94 percent of the time the goalies dived to the right or the left, even though the chances of stopping the ball were highest when the goalie stayed in the center.
We Feel Fine is "an exploration of human emotion on a global scale." The site, created by Brooklyn-based artist Jonathan Harris and Stanford computational math professor and former Google employee Sep Kamvar, looks like exactly the result of these two min
Project M harnesses the ubiquity of cell phones in South Africa to spread information about public health crises such as AIDS, tuberculosis.