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The future is potentially in eight months

Google Project Glass

Technology moves fast, but for those of us that dream about time-traveling DeLoreans and holographic computer screens, it can’t move fast enough. That's why our inner-LeVar Burton became giddy with excitement when Google shared some details of their long-rumored experiment,
Peer into the future, without the crystal ball

CES 2012: Our Favorite Booths

We kicked off 2012 by visiting not-so-beautiful Las Vegas to attend CES, with the hope of getting a head start on the exciting new products that will launch over the coming year. While we'll continue to highlight gadgets revealed

Dinner, Discussion, Direction

The Smart Lives of Smart Men | Part 1: Today

Question: How is technology changing the lives of men and the world we live in? Rather than look to the usual pundits for the same canned responses, we decided to hunt down answers by inviting a group of friends and colleagues to the Royalton Hotel penthouse for an off the

One Professor's Fight Against Tech Progress at the Expense of the Individual

You Are Not A Gadget by Jaron Lanier

you_are_not_a_gadgetlargeThe author of this book, Jaron Lanier may not ring a bell in anyone's head, but that doesn't mean you're not familiar with his work. Credited for popularizing the term "Virtual Reality", this dreadlock-ed genius has served as a professor in