CEO Riley Eynon-Lynch pitches his education technology startup Pear Deck at the SXSWedu Launch event Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Austin, Texas

Social and emotional learning emerges at SXSWedu

Mar 11, 2015
LearningCurve's Adriene Hill explains a growing trend at this year's conference.
Posted In: sxsw, sxsw 2015, south by, Education, technology, social learning, emotional learning, edtech, SXSWedu
An attendee wears Google Glass while watching the opening keynote at a Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco.

Google stops Glass production, at least for now

Jan 16, 2015
"Everybody who touched the Glass did not become an evangelist." That was a problem.
Posted In: Google, Google Glass, Google X, Nest, technology
At the Consumer Electronics Show, drone exhibitors were required to fly their machines insides netted enclosures.

Eight biggest takeaways from CES 2015

Jan 12, 2015
In all, the Consumer Electronics Show was a nerd’s paradise.
Posted In: CES, technology, tech trends, drones
Water gushes from the ground from a water main break oustide of a mobile home park in Napa, California.

'Smart' devices used to hunt for water leaks

Jan 12, 2015
Entrepreneur's company tracks down leaky water pipes with data collected by sensors.
Posted In: technology, water, Israel

How to parent in the digital age

Dec 19, 2014
Bill Ratner on his kids, his career and how to create boundaries with technology when parenting.
Posted In: Bill Ratner, parenting, technology

Tech IRL: Dynamic maps and how we get directions

Nov 19, 2014
Free digital maps are changing the way we get around, but is personal data the price?
Posted In: driving, maps, apps, technology, waze

Tech IRL: Who's your daddy?

Nov 7, 2014
Look! In the street! It’s a car. It’s a bus. It’s … the Who’s Your Daddy Truck?
Posted In: dna, technology

Is that Thai food genuine? Ask a robot.

Sep 29, 2014
Thai scientists say they have a robot that can tell whether ethnic food is "real."
Posted In: technology, Food, robotics

Tech pumps cash into D.C., but for what?

Sep 24, 2014
For years, tech companies ignored Washington. Not anymore.
Posted In: technology, Internet, lobbying, Washington D.C., Congress

Companies: stop making your employees use tablets

Jul 10, 2014
The mobile revolution is nice, but it doesn't always mean progress.
Posted In: tablets, Tech, tablet sales, PC sales, technology, computers