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Happy? Sad? Forget Age, Microsoft Guesses Your Emotions
13 november 2015
Microsoft's beta tool guesses people’s emotions through facial recognition software. How does that make you feel?
Wearables Could Make It Harder to Keep Your Hangover Secret at Work
1 october 2015
With companies encouraging employees to wear smart devices to promote health and wellbeing, there are growing concerns about privacy
Can Publishers Stop the Ad Blocking Wave?
21 september 2015
Apple’s new iPhone tweak empowers users and marks an advertising watershed
Head Rotations and Facial Expressions Control a Hands-Free PC
27 august 2015
Kinesic Mouse brings back the power to control a computer to those without the use of their hands
Countering the Internet of Things’ Flow Toward Centralization
27 july 2015
Current approaches to the Internet of Things rely on centralized structures—which are creating concerns about power, dominance and control
Mark Zuckerberg Says Telepathy is Next Frontier for Digital Communications
2 july 2015
At an online "townhall," Facebook's CEO fielded questions about the social network's latest tech ventures
Google Listens In On You With Audio-Snooping Code
26 june 2015
Privacy advocates claim always-listening component was involuntarily activated within Chromium browser, exposing private conversations
Supermodels Join Drive for Women to Embrace Coding
1 may 2015
Karlie Kloss and Lily Cole are inspiring girls to shake up a tech world dominated by male enthusiasts
Today’s Toy Building Blocks Are Computing Components That Inspire the Maker Movement
25 august 2014
Out of the box electrical components are helping you eliminate the complicated and time consuming steps involved in creating interactive products and maybe learn something in the process.
Why Jony Ive Has No Plans To Leave Apple
17 march 2014
Apple's Chief of Design says innovation is the key to keeping him motivated.
Will This Android-Powered Smartwatch Replace A Smartphone?
25 november 2013
Developed by 19-year-old Simon Tian, the Neptune Pine brings the powers of a typical mobile device to your wrist.
BBC Wants To Teach The World To Code
9 october 2013
Broadcaster launches a nationwide campaign for computer programming education.
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