You often read articles that say ‘Millennials are lazy’ and want stuff for nothing, but that they are also a golden opportunity.
The cultural premium now placed on recording and broadcasting one’s life and accomplishments means that social media has a problem.
Cast your minds back a few years and you will remember the hyperloop, right?
How do you get kids ready to become entrepreneurs?
Silicon Valley, to its credit, has always been a hotbed of optimism. In the Valley, the future is always bright.
At the heart of the media’s chattiest technology – Twitter – is a hollow sharing economy.
In an era of email, text messages, Facebook and Twitter, we’re all required to do several things at once. But this constant multitasking is taking its toll.
Emoji are the language of our online era, the thumbs-up to a question, the wink to our wit, the peach to our eggplant.
A political blogger spent so much time posting and Tweeting and staring at screens that he almost went nuts.
Heading down the startup route can be a dangerous thing.