Your Future Kitchen Will Think For ItselfExperts say the kitchen is poised for a reinvention. The next wave will be fueled by smart appliances, voice technology and 3D printers.
Snapchat Redesigns Confusing App As User Growth StallsSnapchat is betting that the future of social media involves keeping the social separate from the media.
Robotic Arm Changes Life Of Stroke SurvivorA robotic device developed in Massachusetts is helping people with upper limb paralysis move again.
Can Apple Live Up To The Hype For The iPhone X?The iPhone X's lush screen, facial-recognition skillsand $1,000 price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line.
HUBweek 'Playground' Showcases Drones, Laser GraffitiIt's a playground like you've never seen before because this one is all about innovation.
Every Yahoo Account Breached In 2013 HackYahoo has tripled down on what was already the largest data breach in history.
Twitter Testing 280-Character LimitTwitter is testing a 280-character limit for tweets, doubling the current length restriction.
New App Helps Parents Keep Track Of Medical RecordsA new app could change the way parents and individuals keep track of health issues and medical records.
Keller @ Large: New iPhone Doesn’t Match Self-Serving HypeThey rolled out the new iPhone with rhetoric about changing the world, but does the reality match the self-serving hype?
Apple Unveils $999 iPhone XApple is releasing a super-premium iPhone with a super-premium price tag.
Keller @ Large: Smartphones Are Killing UsJon Keller says smartphones are having a dramatic impact on the current generation. But what are we going to do about it?
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?