Not all technologies are created equal. Researchers devised a new model to explain why, after eons of nothing much new, we sometimes see an explosion of innovation in the archaeological record.
Messaging friends on social media at night is often a source of sleep problems. Setting limits on the use of technology in the evenings can help your child get the sleep they need.
Allowing infrastructure to take over the job of keeping our vehicles running sends us further down a troublesome road.
A professor of literature who is also a poet tackles the issue of the inroads technology has made in the relationship between teacher and learner.
Twitter's revenues are in good shape but its CEO needs to start securing more users to keep investors happy.
An advocate for the power of innovation to improve the world offers some cautions.
Technology is critical for innovation, yet schools struggle to get students interested in this area. Could teaching robotics change this?
By simulating cities from the "bottom-up", scientists can help us plan for the future.
For the company's brand, it's crucial to figure out a way to continue making clothes on American soil.
Police brutality is an ongoing problem in South Africa. Police-worn body cameras may help reduce such incidents by improving accountability. They may also contribute to the safety of officers.
The Nobel Prize-winning research on neutrinos is expected to push the boundaries of science and technology.
With advances in technology and changes in the demographics of people attending university, the campus experience is changing.
Kids today face a variety of digital stressors –from negotiating how much communication to have with close friends to digital abuse.
A new report from the Australian Council of Learned Academies paints a picture of Australia's technological future.
While the timing of the planned forum is not ideal, it continues a long tradition of Chinese leaders engaging with US tech leaders and may prove beneficial to overall relations.
Intellectual property laws, 19th-century legislation struggling for relevance in the 21st century, are well overdue for reform.
If the continent is to grasp the science and technology revolution, then governments should take the lead in both policy formulation and implementation.
The economist Frédéric Bastiat didn't experience the "sharing economy," but he knew the ludicrousness of wailing against a "foreign technology."
Dublin has managed to keep the money rolling in while others struggle, so what are the lessons to learn for its neighbours and rivals.
Professors help students question their beliefs and assumptions. How should they build the trust?