A leading media theorist says we’ve made bad choices with our technology, and it’s changing us as people.
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The premiere of "American Horror Story: Coven" is still months away, but Evan Peters -- who played Kit Walker in "American Horror Story: Asylum" and the psychotic Tate Langdon in Season 1 of the FX series -- can't wait for viewers to see the third season. "I'm excited. I think it's gonna be really scary -- much scarier than last season -- and it's gonna be fun. It's going...
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Filed under: Investing Dolby Laboratories Announces Conference Call and Webcast for Q2 Fiscal 2013 Financial Results SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYS: DLB) will release financial results for the second quarter (Q2) of fiscal year 2013 after the close of regular trading on Thursday, April 25, 2013. Members of Dolby management will lead a...
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Technology reporters Jenna Wortham and Brian X. Chen share their thoughts on the latest phenomenon in hardware, the so-called smartwatch. Will it be a smart idea?
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As the rest of the technology industry spends million lobbying lawmakers in Washington, Apple, which on Tuesday came in for a gentle grilling over taxes, has remained aloof.
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New companies are coming up with ways to make smartphones into devices to monitor the foot traffic in stores or keep track of Alzheimer’s patients with the kind of technology used in house arrests. With the right incentives, people might even choose to be watched.
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Flat design is become the stylistic choice for technology companies, partly driven by the constraints of smartphones, and also with a hope to escape the look of digital design.
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Some longtime contributors to the Green blog will now be posting to the Caucus and Bits blogs instead, and they can be followed on Twitter.
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A hearing Wednesday focused on privacy concerns related to drones, which create new issues because they are small and unobtrusive, and the technology they carry can be quite basic.
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I.B.M. will move its Watson artificial-intelligence technology into the business mainstream with an offering pitched as a smart assistant especially useful in industries with many customer service calls.
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