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Apple's new, cheaper iPad still can't compete with Chromebooks in the classroom.
The company will buy 20,000 electric I-Paces and use them to create a massive platoon of self-driving ridesharing cars.
mardi 27 mars 2018, 23:29
An appeals court rules that Google violated Oracle's copyright when it built a version of Java for the Android operating system, in the latest twist in an 8-year saga.
New research shows how infrequently bloggers label affiliate marketing campaigns according to FTC guidelines.
As self-driving tech changes life on the street, expect lots of cities and states to write their own rules. They’ve done it before.
Sara Gilbert's Darlene wasn't gay, but she became an icon to the LGBTQ community.
Facebook CEO is expected to answer questions about the company's privacy practices and the use of its data.
New iPads follow in the footsteps of Apple’s other educational models.
Apple's lowest cost iPad ($329) now includes support for Apple Pencil ($99).
For years, Facebook has left a privacy setting on its site that addresses a problem that no longer exists.
Luca Campigotto captures the country's spectacular urban spaces in his latest photography collection.
Get ready for warmer weather with some tech deals.
There’s no mundanity safe from the impulses of millennial-hungry startups catering to their favorite demographic.
Clean, tasty coffee that begins life in a lab takes a cue from the cultivation of marijuana.
With access to more tutorials, audiences, and distribution channels than ever before today's kids are truly becoming teen idols.
Pat Contri has made a career out of his YouTube videos about all things Nintendo. But as he closes in on 40, the NES Punk is struggling to imagine a future beyond videogames.
Sharing my daughter through #MiniMilah helped me connect with a cybervillage of support. Now it’s time to lower the volume.
Nestled in Silicon Valley, teens at d.tech take classes ranging from music theory to the future of VR and AR—learning by inventing the future.
Thanks to advances in neonatal care, Baby Boy Green joined a generation of premature babies whose survival would have been unimaginable a generation ago.
Smartphones and apps have fundamentally transformed how the youths of Gen Z “like-like” each other. Here's what it's like to 'hang out' in the digital age.
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