The coronavirus pandemic affected many aspects of everyday life — including our sex lives. But erotic technologies are gaining wider acceptance as we look for ways to fulfill our desires for intimacy.
There are questions being raised about the legality of scanning, storing and sharing facial images. The law currently doesn't prohibit even highly intrusive levels of surveillance by private entities.
With most therapy sessions now online, a psychologist explores whether more self-disclosure by therapists – sharing more about their own lives – might help their patients.
The world needs to engage seriously with China’s AI development and take a closer look at what’s really going on.
A range of announcement were made at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, including the new 'CarKey' feature, and Apple's decision to part ways with chip manufacturer Intel.
The watchdog has voiced concerns over the proposed US$2.1 billion merger, from which both users and Australian health services could lose out.
In order to create an efficient future transportation system, autonomous vehicles need to accommodate people with different mobility needs.
Stay-at-home orders and social distancing make technology all the more important for maintaining human connections. They also make it easier for abusers to use technology against their victims.
African policymakers should strenuously safeguard their right to choose from the widest possible range of technology options that suit their countries’ development needs.
Nigeria must give more attention to teaching of digital skills and issues surrounding digital life as digital technologies have come to stay.
Computerized systems that automatically determine whether a pitch is a ball or strike promise to make umpiring more accurate, but at what price?
The prime minister's adviser claims to have warned about coronavirus pandemics last year. The internet nerds say otherwise.
As governments consider the use of surveillance technologies to trace and contain the spread of COVID-19, it is important to consider human rights in the implementation.
Between teleworking, distance learning and the use of social networks, the current period is unusual in our use of the Internet. How does the network work? How to use it well?
COVID-19 has shown that technology is no longer a luxury but an important component of the education process. In presenting solutions, a wide range of factors must be considered.
Screen "time" gets all the airplay, but with families confined to home – screen quality and screen buddies – are just as important, if not more, for healthy technology use.
Social media analysts are seeing some alarming trends on Twitter, Facebook and other platforms as the new coronavirus spreads.
How much data are you using when streaming lectures? What camera do you need? And what's a VPN? Here are some handy tips to be technologically prepared for your virtual university experience.
Electronic waste is accumulating and is a resource to be exploited. Microfluidic devices allow the development of recycling, including the recycling of rare earths – a precious resource.
Automated text messages if your phone detects you're a long way from home, or discounted home internet, are just a few possible technology solutions to make New Zealanders "stay home to save lives".