Joi Ito (previously) — director of MIT Media Lab, former Creative Commons chief, investor, entrepreneur, and happy mutant — interviewed Barack Obama for a special, Obama-edited issue of Wired
While most people still associate torrents with desktop clients, the browser-based WebTorrent equivalent is quickly gaining popularity.
Love is love, and it seems that emojis may have finally nudged closer to representing real life.
PRESIDENT RECEP Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has announced a three-month extension of the state of emergency imposed after a failedJuly 15 coup attempt, giving him broad powers to rule by decree. He has launched a massive crackdown against followers
The irony of the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it’s pushing new boundaries in large part so we can stay home.
With the help of social media, virtual fights turn physical in American schools.
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