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My kids’ lives will be strikingly different than mine in several key ways, including how the internet will shape their days and their lack of the freedom to roam that I enjoyed. Though my kids will never know the feel of a typewriter, they will know an America where we’re approaching equality.
Phone use right before bed could be negatively impacting our sleep quality. Since I have trouble sleeping, I decided to stop looking at my phone for two hours before bed for a two-week period. As a result, I slept better, spent more quality time with my husband, and felt less anxious about work.
Dating and conversation experts weigh in on the best ways to maintain a long-distance relationship.
People are already forming some very strong opinions about Google’s wild new technology that sounds like a real human on the phone
Google Duplex was the talk of Google I/O, the company's annual developer conference that kicked off this week.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tells Duke grads that technology has made this ‘the best time in history to be alive’
Apple CEO Tim Cook tells new graduates of Duke University that despite issues like climate change and inequality, technology has made this one of the best times to be alive.
Vayyar is an Israel-based company that's developed a sensor that can "see" through solid objects using radio frequencies.
With separate offices spread all over the country or globe, how can your business install a network so all the locations can work, communicate, and share information easily, instantaneously, and effectively?
There’s been a big shakeup at Morgan Stanley — and it shows the bank is getting more serious about technology
The bank has named Robert Rooney as its sole head of technology, according to a memo reviewed by Business Insider.
With access to apps that instantly connects us to millions of users, much of our day is spent hunched over a screen. Adam Alter, author of ''Irresistible,'' explores the rise of technology addiction - specifically in teenagers.
This chart shows every major technological innovation in the last 150 years — and how they have changed the way we work
Since 1760, productivity — measured in output per hours — has increased almost 30 fold.