Besides burning them, what other more environmentally friendly (and potentially less hazardous in urban areas) options are there?
For most people (including me), code is some mysterious and powerful tool that makes our apps, phones, computers, and ahem, our lives run smoothly. Here's how I managed to make an app without knowing any code.
Why do people write fake news? And why do people keep trying to get attention via doing outrageous things on the Internet? While some people really are just nuts, for others, they do it for the lure of advertising revenue.
As part of their attempt to edge out competition, Netflix is introducing shows where viewers can dictate the plot. But what does that mean, and will it work?
More and more people are developing AIs that can catch and judge criminals. But is it actually as helpful or accurate as it looks?
Peeple is a social media app that allows you, like Yelp, to rate others. And yes, it's a stupid and dangerous idea. Here's why.
No one reads the terms of service, yet they contain some important, and dangerous, stuff. So how can they be made more readable?
Recently, two games have been released that teach coding: Swift Playgrounds and Human Resource Machine. But what are the differences? And which one is better?
In ten years, some predict, everyone will be using self-driving cars. But rushing to get the vehicles on the road might present more problems that it might seem.
It's obvious that Pokémon Go is going to have a big impact, but how about the technology behind it, augmented reality?