In an excerpt from the PBS program "Frontline," Rachel Dreztin examines how our brains are being shaped by technology, how companies are spicing up conference calls with avatars and how advances in weaponry have reshaped war.
By Hari Sreenivasan
If they were smaller, perhaps you would purchase fewer iPhones; if they were smaller, perhaps you would purchase fewer MacBooks — is the category Apple is trying to create with its new iPad sustainable? Is there a reason that…
A roundup of arts headlines.
By Tom LeGro
In another in our series, "The Next Chapter of Reading," Jeffrey Brown talks to Wired staff writer Priya Ganapati, who is at the International Consumer Electronics Show, about what she's seeing in the latest e-reader products.
A roundup of art headlines.
After looking back at technological advancements during the last decade, Ray Suarez talks to an expert panel about how technology may shape our lives in the next ten years.
The White House named a new chief for the nation's cyber security efforts Tuesday, part of a new emphasis on digital threats. A digital security expert weighs in on the realities of cyber crime in the U.S.
NOVA explores the issue of climate change as it relates to human origins in part one of a three part series on evolution.
The NewsHour airs an excerpt from a NOVA ScienceNow report on efforts to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.
When Vivek Kundra, the federal chief information officer, describes how the government has gone about spending money on information technology in the past, images of infamous $200 government hammers and ashtrays can easily spring to mind.
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