We love electrical gadgets, but is the radiation they produce safe? Industry and government say yes -- unless radiation levels are high. But many studies raise doubts, and the stakes are high.
In a video called "Look Up," spoken word poet, Gary Turk, extolls the virtues of ignoring the screen in your hand and enjoying the world, and the people, around you. I beg to differ.
Last week Facebook, once again, tried to get everyone to accept its friend request. At its developer-centric F8 conference, the social network announced App Links and Anonymous Login.
This week the battle of the smartwatches began in earnest. Google announced Google Wear and Motorola took the wraps off the Moto 360, a stylish round smartwatch that tastefully mixes tech and fashion.
What makes some organizations nimble, agile and open to cultural, technological and paradigm shifts, and others systemically incapable of the first step towards an admitted future?
The MessagePad was a bellwether for a new generation of personal digital assistants and then, with the iPhone, the screen-centric smartphone. Using it back then you could see and touch the future.
The rise and fall (and rise?) of Blackberry is a story that has gripped our attention, and not just because it affects so many Canadians.
Could BlackBerry have turned itself around? Maybe if it hadn't been so engineering-driven, prideful and market-aware.
Why are so many popular smartphone apps spying on your phone calls? Time to uninstall them and let them know why!
What are QR codes and how activists can use them