Google has bought Wavii, a Seattle startup behind an application that condenses online content for time-pressed Web surfers.
More than 100 years after it began making cars, Detroit Electric is back in business.
Thanks to technologically savvy coffin designers in Sweden, passionate music lovers will have the chance to spend their time in the grave soothed by the sounds of their favorite songs.
General Motors plans to hire 10,000 computer workers at four technology innovation centers across the country. After opening two of four centers in Austin, TX and Detroit, could Seattle or Portland be next?
Research indicates that children who seem addicted to electronic gadgets such as smartphones and tablets could be suffering from what is being called “internet-use disorder.”
Swiss dairy cows may now be able to tell farmers that they are in heat using text message technology.
It sounds like something out of the movie “Johnny Mnemonic,” but scientists have successfully been able to ‘hack’ a brain with a device that’s easily available on the open market.
These aren’t your typical loos. One uses microwave energy to transform human waste into electricity. Another captures urine and uses it for flushing. And still another turns excrement into charcoal. They are part of a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation competition to reinvent the toilet for the 2.6 billion people around the world who don’t have access to modern sanitation.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.