Keller @ Large: iPhone 8 Looks Like A Waste Of Good MoneyWould you pay a whopping $1,200 for the new iPhone when it comes out?
Keller @ Large: Do Politicians Care About Tech Giants Wiping Out Jobs?Experts estimate self-driving cars, a new frontier of profit Apple and Google are aggressively pursuing, could wipe out “as many as 300,000 jobs a year in two decades or more.”
UMass Lowell Students Fight Terrorism With InformationA group of UMass Lowell criminal justice majors is taking their project to the Department of Homeland Security as part of a national competition.
Pitts Stop: First Electric Pickup Truck Already Has Wait ListConsumers will be able to purchase the W-15, the first all-electric pickup truck, from Ohio company Workhorse by early 2019.
Colorado Considers Banning Smartphones For Kids Under 13A proposed ballot measure would make it illegal for parents to buy phones for kids who are 12 and under in Colorado.
App Helps Patients Manage Chronic IllnessManaging a chronic illness can be difficult, especially with many medications, but a company located in Boston has developed an app that could make a world of difference.
Boston Startup Company Offers Ride-Hailing App For ChildrenThere's now a new option for getting kids where they need to be. It's Boston-area start-up called Zemcar that offers a ride-hailing app for children.
Mark Zuckerberg, Wife Visit Quincy High SchoolThe 33-year-old billionaire and his wife, Priscilla Chan, stopped by Quincy High School on Tuesday.
High-Tech ID Badge Tracks Workers' Entire Day On The JobIt could be the future of office life: high-tech tracking devices that can monitor your entire day on the job.
Making Extra Money In Your Spare Time, No Car RequiredBetween the stress of traffic, the cost of insurance, and the hassle of what happens when you get into an accident, driving for Uber or Lyft sounded like more trouble than it is worth for Jordan Niles of Jamaica Plain.
Company Barred From Using Geo-Fencing To Target Women At Mass. Health ClinicsAttorney General Maura Healey says a settlement with a digital advertising company bars the firm from targeting anti-abortion messages toward women entering reproductive health facilities in Massachusetts.
New Ride-Hailing Company Touts Itself As Safer Choice For WomenA new ride-hailing service in Boston has a specific clientele, touting itself as the safer choice for women, and it's not just about the riders.