Emails seem easy-going, but we’re using them for lots of work messages too
The scammers showed me how generous my friends really are
The ability to travel within your own mind seems to be a great gift — instead we disparage it with terms such as ‘couch potato’
A look ahead to America’s first hologram presidency
We should have the courage to take risks on new ventures that may not guarantee a return
The list of nation state suspects includes Russia, Iran, China, North Korea, India and South Korea
Surprisingly often, a technology is invented for one purpose and sits around for ages before someone finds a better use for it
Little of this made the news, because good news is no news
What role will micro drones play in the wars to come?
The uncanny valley of the dolls
Make, Think, Imagine: Engineering the Future of Civilization by John Browne reviewed
Super-intelligent ‘robots’ are on their way – and they’re going to change the world as we know it
There is growing resentment towards Amazon, Facebook, Google, and the power of technology
Social credit and a high-tech, all-seeing government will keep every citizen in line
Isn’t there a sinister side to an army of 17,000 citizen activists looking for damaging intel on Republicans?
As suspicions about technology’s dark side increase, the ‘digital detox’ has grown in social status
Behind the scenes of a woman who performs for 10,000 subscribers.
Conventional weapons and armies are being replaced by hacking, drones and computer-game technology