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How Video Games Can Instill The Values Your Children Need For Success

Until recently, educational video games were typically designed to teach specific academic skills. Math Blaster taught math; where in the World is Carmen San Diego taught geography and history. This is changing with the growth of game-based learning. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Opera Sees HTML5 As Cure For Video Fragmentation

AMSTERDAM -- Everyone knows how splintered the online video industry is. Opera Software, a veteran web browser maker, reckons TV can learn a thing or two from web standards. "The big problem in the TV market is, everything is fragmented," Opera...Show More Summary

The Spring App: Did the Fashion World just get Uber-ized?

By Hayley Pearce Instead of hitting New York's Soho after a crazy day at work, I switch Spring Street for the new Spring app. I simply sit down on the subway and swipe, filling up digital shopping bag full clothes. It's a calmer, more...Show More Summary

Is Your Idea Ready For A Fashion Tech Lab?

There has been a great deal written about fashion technology, everything from wearables to fit design, customization, manufacturing and social media marketing. The list is endless and incorporates, cloud computing, predictive analytics, 3D printing and much more. Show More Summary

#GenerationHashtag

#Hashtags are a simple programming language that the Internet and the human brain both can use. #HashtagsWork because they are simple and intuitive. #HashtagsBreakDownCommunication #ToTheLowestCommonDenominator. #YouHaveATweet #ThatIs140Characters #But140CharactersIsNoLongerSimpleEnough #SoWeAddaBunchofHashtags...Show More Summary

WATCH: Calling All Introverts! It's Okay If You're Not A Social Butterfly. In Fact It Could Be A Good Thing

Why does the world seem to celebrate schmoozers, and what might we be missing when we assume quieter people have nothing worth saying? This persuasive talk from author (and self-proclaimed introvert) Susan Cain will leave you questioning...Show More Summary

5 Celebrity Uses for New iOS8 Features

This piece originally appeared on Celebrity Watchdog. In the last almost 24 hours, masses of people are deleting everything on their phone to make room for iOS 8 even though they don't realize you can just download it from your computer...Show More Summary

3 Data Protection Questions to Ask at Your Child's Back to School Night

Back to school night is a great opportunity to engage with your child's teachers to learn more about their academic and classroom goals for the year. It's also an opportunity for parents to ask questions about the technology their child...Show More Summary

Understanding Our iPhone Addiction Through Teach Marketing

So as you read this today, millions of Apple fans are standing outside of Apple stores, in makeshift tents and lounge chairs, awaiting the arrival of the coveted iPhone 6. The new version 6 comes in two sizes; one that is not too far from its iPhone 5 brother, and the other that's... Show More Summary

iPhone 6 Launch: Are We Embracing Information Technology a Bit Too Much?

This is the iPhone 6 and iPhone6 Plus video that may shed some light on our obsession with our smartphones. We live in a society that is dominated by information technology, but have we embraced this way of life a little bit too much? The following video was filmed during the eleven days that preceded the London launch for the iPhone 6.

The Art of Borrowing a Mobile Moment

Companies began in earnest to develop apps for their customers with the launch of the iTunes app store in 2008. Today Apple boasts more than 1,300,000 apps. Brands love it when customers take the time and make the investment to first find and then to download their app. Show More Summary

A Billion Websites and Counting

According to Yahoo News, quoting information from Internet Live Stats, we passed the billion mark for websites, just after the web hit its 25th birthday in April. Across the globe, people have taken their time, energy and creativity to produce over a billion points of connection to other people, and that figure continues to grow. Show More Summary

3 Ways to Plan Digital Afterlife

Facebook, Google and Twitter all have different policies dealing with your digital afterlife. State laws are emerging in the social media afterlife world. That being said, here are 3 ways to plan your digital afterlife now: 1. Google/Gmail/Google...Show More Summary

London's 7 Fast-Growing & Disruptive Health Tech Startups

By Lora Schellenberg For a nation whose National Health Service has become a model system for universal healthcare, it is no wonder the UK is an international hub for health technology. The health tech movement in the UK is not concerned with creating the next "Yo" app or useless million dollar hype. Show More Summary

Reinventing Law School

Law school was once considered a ticket to prestige, job security, and career satisfaction. Not anymore. According to a new analysis by the National Law Journal, applications to U.S. law schools have declined by more than 37 percent since 2010. It's easy to see why. Show More Summary

Finally. A Smartphone Just For You, The 50+ Old Person!

Designed with you in mind, our smartphone has all the features you deserve. Want to make a phone call? Just punch in the number! Feel like texting someone? Go ahead! There are tens of thousands of other gizmos, including a clock, a camera,...Show More Summary

Pushing Women and People of Color Out of Science Before We Go In

We have all heard the disturbing reports: We need a million new STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) graduates, we're in a crisis. We, as a society, seem to be suffering some kind of cognitive dissonance though, because with...Show More Summary

These Trippy Photos Show Art Colliding With Science

Today's most innovative artists are taking not paint and chisel but science and technology as their media, to represent nature both seen and unseen. They are creating works radically different from any that have ever gone before and that may even change our perceptions of the world -- truly the new avant-garde. Show More Summary

State Partitioning of the Internet Harms Users Everywhere

By Gigi Alford Senior Program Officer, Internet Freedom For as long as the global internet has withstood attempts by states to subjugate its cables, servers, and protocols, the virtual world has been a refuge for users who are deprived of their fundamental freedoms offline. Show More Summary

A Drag Queen's Open Letter to Facebook

Hamm Samwich Facebooking: Photo Greg Kozatek Oscar Wilde, the original drag queen, said that we should treat all the trivial things of life seriously, and all the serious and studied things of life with sincere and studied triviality. Show More Summary

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