'These projects, I approach them in a playful way,' says artist and technologist Adam Harvey, 'but they also touch on some very serious issues of national security and surveillance.'
The internet spreads underground. New York City subway stations get connected, but what impact will it have on workers?
The Finnish technology company that was a frontrunner in the early days of mobile phone development unveiled its first new smartphone in years, announcing more to come in early 2017.
Norway leads the world in switching off FM radio, but many are unhappy with the change.
Companies ranging from appliance maker Whirlpool Corp to Ford Motor Co unveiled products featuring Alexa, the digital assistant from Amazon.
Robots are filling jobs around the globe, but experts believe labor markets for human workers may grow as well.
Amazon's digital voice assistant will be available in some Ford models this summer, but transportation safety experts and advocacy groups aren't sure that's entirely a good thing.
Lego Boost is a simplified version of the company's other robotic toys.
Tesla expects the production of lithium-ion battery cells at its mega-factory in Nevada will lower the cost of its cars and other battery-related products. But can it deliver?
After a year of bad press from 'fake news' stories and manipulated news feeds, the Facebook CEO is embarking on a 'listening tour' to reconnect with its social media users.
With climate sceptics moving into the White House, the Guardian is spending 24 hours focusing on climate change. Right now we’re talking to an expert on Brazil, a key country in getting emissions under control
2016 was the warmest year, globally, on record and the second warmest year on record in the US, following the long-term warming trend. As Trump assumes the presidency, there are signs that these numbers are starting to translate into tangible consequences for Americans:
4) Where are the public on this issue? Is there is an ideological dividing line as in the US, or is there a broad consensus about the science?
In 2015, 28% of Brazilian municipalities entered into emergency or calamity due to extreme weather – droughts, floods, storms, landslides. This affected millions of people so that are aware things are changing.Continue reading...
Once an elite swimmer and a Yale grad, Siphiwe Baleka now coaches 3,000 fellow truckers on the best ways to work out, eat right and stay connected on the road. Drivers say his wellness plan works.
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