impact of technology
Self-Driving Car Fatality No. 1: Joshua Brown Makes History
Tesla has some work to do.
What’s lost when we photograph life instead of experiencing it?
Photo sharing is a quest for validation.
EgyptAir Flight 804: clues to a tragedy
People are the weak link in aircraft technology
Texas, of all places, shows how to lower carbon emissions
A state full of oil and gas is a wind-power leader.
Some dumb ideas about smart guns
Guns which can only be used by one person sound brilliant. So why doesn't anyone want to buy them?
Drone Delivers to Doorstep: What Next?
The rapid advance of commercial drone technology.
Is the defeat of a Korean Go champion by a computer the beginning of the end for humanity?
There’s a new addiction on campus: Problematic Internet Use (PIU)
A new study measures the impact of internet addiction on family relationships.
Why we need to remember how to forget
Creativity needs a dustbin.
Modern technology: triumph or tragedy?
Engineers sometimes get bad press, but where would we be without them?
Tianjin tragedy: a painful lesson
Can we expect this horrific disaster to lead to any improvements in safety?
I compute your pain
Emotion-sensing face-recognition software could transform marketing.
The password you can never change
The brave new world of facial recognition technology.
Was bureaucratic wrangling behind the fatal Philadelphia derailment?
The train lacked a new control system.
Only Apple’s magic could sell its vastly overpriced watches
The cheapest watch costs $499 (in Australia). A competitor costs $89. Why?
A bridge too close
The day our author almost became a statistic.
Email overload: time for a human solution
Email providers have a vested interest in the growing burden of the digital messages.
Will remote car hacking stop before it starts?
Car manufacturers all over the world are preparing for the day when hackers can get control of networked cars.
Childhood 2.0 is a little buggy
Toddlers teach parents how bad their online habits are for family life.
Space flight will always be a risky business
A failure rate of 5 percent may not be a great advertisement for space tourism.
Challenged by the internet, professional journalism pushes back
As the dust settles from this newest wave of technology, what is emerging is a new hybridity.
The Nobel limelight: literary fame wasn’t always so fleeting
Today it is celebrity lite -- people are interested in success stories, not the writer's output.
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