Pursuing your passion can mean different things to different people, but no matter your definition, it seems people always have a reason why they can’t do it. If you’re someone who has always wanted to follow your dream but never gained any traction, here are some answers. Continue
If anyone could capture an audience, it was Robin Williams. The way the famed actor could rope in his audience, make us hang on his every word — laugh one minute, tear-up the next — is the envy of any presenter. Continue
2013 was a record year for women in parliament around the world. The global average of participating women is now at 21.8%, up from 20.3% in 2012. The average was at 15% a decade ago. continue
Very rarely do we like being told what to do, especially when it comes to doing our job. But most of us do appreciate sound advice. In fact, we prefer that useful information is shared with us. continue
With the prevalence of mobile devices, more than ever, it’s easy for us to share our lives with the world. And yes, social networks are all about staying in touch with friends and family, and sharing events in your life, but perhaps it’s too easy to share information? continue
Il colosso americano dello streaming da marzo paga per ottenere dai provider maggiore banda per i suoi clienti. Lettera di 100 aziende contro priorità e discriminazioni. continue
The National Security Agency and the FBI teamed up in October 2010 to develop new techniques for turning Facebook into a surveillance tool. continue
It is well established that brain games and puzzles act as calisthenics for our brains, expanding their capacity and improving their overall health. More surprising are the findings of a study led by researchers at the University of Michigan. It shows that just as effective in building cognitive strength are social interactions. continue
The PC is dying, long live the PC! These headlines have been thrown around for years, as sales of laptops and desktops have continually dwindled downward.
The tablet has long been pinned as the murderer of the traditional computers and it certainly looked like it was going to be the one to do away with them (perhaps in a few years), with the focus of many companies such as Apple and Microsoft shifting towards a tablet-first world. continue
The world’s most famous physicist is warning about the risks posed by machine superintelligence, saying that it could be the most significant thing to ever happen in human history — and possibly the last. continue
Major U.S. technology companies have largely ended the practice of quietly complying with investigators’ demands for e-mail records and other online data, saying that users have a right to know in advance when their information is targeted for government seizure.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of BASIC, Steve Wozniak has written some memories about his first experiences with this popular language—and how he created his own BASIC from scratch for the Apple I and Apple II computers. An incredible feat. Enjoy!—JD
La cronaca e i giornali ci hanno già parlato dell’uso delle stampanti in tre dimensioni per ricreare organi umani e protesi su misura.
Back in the day, people would line up and sleep outside in the cold just to hear Steve Jobs talk, well, about just anything and he rarely disappointed, turning any product into marketing gold. And, Tapscape has the Steve Jobs quotes to prove the point, again and again.
ROMA – Ci sono le mense classiche, con le file di nuovi poveri italiani che s’ingrossano. E i dormitori, anch’essi classici, un tempo territorio esclusivo dei senzatetto sopratutto stranieri e ora invece sempre più frequentati da intere famiglie che hanno perso la casa.
Il presidente Usa chiama nello studio Ovale i vertici delle aziende hi-tech su “protezione dati e intelligence”. Tra una settimana la pubblicazione del piano di riforma del monitoraggio dei dati chiesto al segretario alla Giustizia Eric Holder
Google CEO Larry Page has an unusual idea about what should happen to his billions should he die.
It turns out that in 2014, blocking access to part of the internet isn’t very easy.
Yesterday, Turkey tried blocking Twitter ahead of elections. But people have been finding ways around the block.
After a surprise appearance by Edward Snowden at TED2014, Chris Anderson said: “If the NSA wants to respond, please do.” And yes, they did. Appearing by video, NSA deputy director Richard Ledgett answers Anderson’s questions about the balance between security and protecting privacy.
As Albert Einstein once said, “Don’t believe every quote you read on the internet, because I totally didn’t say that.”
Today would have been Einstein’s 135th birthday, and to celebrate, we have nine quotes incorrectly attributed to Einstein that you may have seen swirling around the internet lately. They’re all fake.