Google's Robots Are Solving the Biggest Problem in Modern Photography
Google thinks, correctly, that the worst thing about modern photography is the part where you actually have to do something with all the pictures you take. Now, it's doing something for you with a new feature for Google+ Photos called Stories.
Is This How We'll Cure Cancer?
With a radical new treatment, Joseph Jimenez is dedicating Novartis to one overarching mission: vanquishing mankind's ancient adversary. Its breakthrough might be the most tangible... ever.
Capitalism vs. education: Why our free-market obsession is wrecking the future
Market-based education reform has become a mainstay of American politics — and it's a disaster waiting to happen
Protestors in Thailand Adopt Hunger Games Salute
Fans of the popular book and film franchise The Hunger Games will recognize the hand signal instantly: the middle three fingers of the hand, raised to the sky. A gesture of resistance against the repressive government in the fictional world of Panem, it has now become a very real symbol of protest in Thailand at demonstrations against the junta that took power after the May 22 coup d'etat.
Five Top VCs Pick The Ten Biggest Tech Trends Of The Next Five Years
Baked into the venture capital model is an assumption that any individual venture capitalist is going to be wrong way more than he or she is going to be right. But if you get five of them together, with a couple hundred spectators as a crowdsourced backstop, you can come [...]
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Melbourne City FC will begin its quest for a third consecutive Westfield W-League championship with a Grand Final rematch against Perth Glory on Friday 27 October in the opening round of Australia’s premier women’s football competition.
TV Everywhere Is Getting Better. But It Won’t Stop the Pay-TV Empire From Crumbling
Winter is coming for the pay-TV industry. And there's nothing the biz can rustle up, not even dragons, to prevent it. After years of growth -- both in subscribers and prices -- the number of people who buy television subscriptions has started to decline.
Google's Employee Demographics: Mostly White, Mostly Male
For the first time, Google released demographic data on its 50,000 employees. The gist: they're predominantly men (70%) and predominantly white (61%).