Technology

An AI's Novella Passes First Round of Japanese Literary Contest
Artificial Intelligence

An AI's Novella Passes First Round of Japanese Literary Contest

But fret not, we're not going to be out of the job anytime soon.
Lindsay Friedman
Oracle Wants $9.3 Billion From Google in Software Copyright Battle
Lawsuits

Oracle Wants $9.3 Billion From Google in Software Copyright Battle

This is the latest development in a long-running lawsuit between the two technology companies.
Digital Marketing Strategy ROI for Entrepreneurs: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint
Marketing Bootcamp

Digital Marketing Strategy ROI for Entrepreneurs: It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Launching a digital marketing strategy doesn't happen overnight. Three tips to better allocate time and money to the effort.
Erik Huberman
Michael Martin of RapidSOS: Together We Go Further (Podcast)
Ready For Anything Podcast

Michael Martin of RapidSOS: Together We Go Further (Podcast)

In this podcast, a founder shares why "fail-often" thinking didn't apply to his startup and building trust can drive change.
Linda Lacina
How This Startup is Making Mobile App Development Easier
Tools

How This Startup is Making Mobile App Development Easier

Gigster can find a developer ready to help you in 10 minutes or less.
Jodi Helmer
Could This Inflatable Habitat Be the Future of Space Tourism?
Space Travel

Could This Inflatable Habitat Be the Future of Space Tourism?

Bigelow Aerospace's space habitat is set to be delivered to the ISS next week.
Nina Zipkin
With Microsoft Tech, You Can Talk to a Hologram of a Co-worker or Friend...or Your Mom
Technology

With Microsoft Tech, You Can Talk to a Hologram of a Co-worker or Friend...or Your Mom

The 'Holoportation' demo brings us closer to the communication method featured in 'Star Wars.'
Microsoft Apologizes for Chatbot's Racist, Sexist Tweets
Apology

Microsoft Apologizes for Chatbot's Racist, Sexist Tweets

The company says that the program's tweets 'do not represent who we are or what we stand for, nor how we designed Tay.'
Meet the Middlemen Who Connect Hackers for Hire With Corporate America
Performance Ignited

Meet the Middlemen Who Connect Hackers for Hire With Corporate America

Hackers are a company's best last line of defense, and paying them to find security vulnerabilities is an increasingly common practice among all manner of companies, from Uber to GM.
Catherine Clifford
10 Internet Easter Eggs to Hunt for This Sunday (Infographic)
Performance Ignited

10 Internet Easter Eggs to Hunt for This Sunday (Infographic)

There are some hidden gems in the rabbit hole that is the Internet.
Carly Okyle
The 'Internet of Things' Is Changing the Way We Look at the Global Product Value Chain
Performance Ignited

The 'Internet of Things' Is Changing the Way We Look at the Global Product Value Chain

The IoT will allow for unprecedented interactions between manufacturers and consumers. Are you ready?
Rex Chen
Say Hello to the Little Robot That Wants to Deliver Your Groceries
Robots

Say Hello to the Little Robot That Wants to Deliver Your Groceries

It's the first product from Starship Technologies, the robotics startup founded by the creators of Skype.
Nina Zipkin
Siri Can't Help TV Stars Kiss Like They Mean It In This Awkward Apple Ad
Apple

Siri Can't Help TV Stars Kiss Like They Mean It In This Awkward Apple Ad

Cue the clumsy kiss-and-tell. Apple made it weird.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying
Apple

Apple Considering Building Proprietary Servers to Stop Third-Party Spying

In 2013, an NSA program developed to intercept electronic devices and plant snooping equipment on them was discovered.