Data from the University of Michigan looks at sleep patterns around the world.
New poll confirms what many of us have seen firsthand.
The rapid adoption of helpful tech like the smartphone has elevated the idea of personal-assistant robots from science fiction to impending reality.
Blinking LED lights are now being placed in the ground at busy intersections for people who look down at their devices while walking.
Its first mobile title launched in March, Miitomo, was more of a social networking application, leaving investors and fans awaiting games based on bestselling franchises such as 'Super Mario Bros.'
Biometric smart cards could be used for shopping, commuting and more.
Entrepreneurs have been fueled by an explosive enthusiasm for Uber-of-X on-demand services in recent years.
The report also shows that one company dominates online booking for trips.
The Korean company is pitching its latest flagship as a do-everything device and selling a bunch of accessories called 'Friends' that expand its capabilities.
Radicals & Visionaries
For Satya Nadella, using 'the power of human language' to communicate with machines will be as profound as the development of the Internet and the use of touchscreens on mobile devices.
Minutes for voice calls would be left completely out of the equation.
A New Jersey lawmaker has put forward a bill that stipulates pedestrians with their faces in their phones will pay a fine of $50 or spend up to 15 days in jail.
Starting a Business
Liz Salcedo is the founder and CEO of Everpurse, which integrates smartphone charging technology into designer handbags.
We use our devices for so many things, and, increasingly, this includes getting advice on depression, suicidal thoughts and other serious emotional issues. But are our devices sophisticated enough to answer? Not yet, a new study finds.
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