Companies like Meta are still betting big on immersive virtual worlds, but people who have been building digital spaces for years don’t see the long-term potential.
This week, we get honest about our attachments to our gas stoves, and debate whether to replace them or just continue breathing their fumes.
Research suggests that once low fertility becomes the norm, it’s unlikely to rebound. But this doesn’t need to spell disaster for the country or those with similar trends.
The luxury brand embraces augmented reality retail with an in-store gadget that renders pieces of jewelry on your hands in 4K.
These cams let you check up on your dog or cat—and feed them treats—over the internet.
Some 1,700 spoofed apps, 120 targeted publishers, 12 billion false ad requests per day—Vastflux is one of the biggest ad frauds ever discovered.
Twitter’s pseudo-democracy has failed to live up to its grand ideals, but the dream of a digital town square lives on.
Your body generates enough energy to power wearables, medical sensors, and implanted devices—and tech designers are plugging in.
Focusing wasn’t much easier in the time before electricity or on-demand TV. In fact, you probably have a lot in common with these super-distracted monks.
Expert players of the popular vehicular soccer game have been caught out by lesser players using a superhuman bot built on cutting-edge machine learning.
Investigators found that conditions in three of the company’s facilities risk “serious physical harm” to workers.
There are discounts on vibrators, lube, and other accessories—it’s a great time to stock up for Valentine’s Day.