“Hello. We are looking for highly intelligent individuals. To find them, we have devised a test. There is a message hidden in this image. Find […]
From fake tweets to feigned poverty, the Internet was ablaze with hoaxes in 2013. Tess Lynch reported on the “rise of the hoax economy” for […]
Even the most mundane online tasks require us to hand over sensitive data. Privacy policies pass by with an easy click. Yes, each company has […]
If Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo or Romaire Bearden were alive today, would they have loved the selfie? “Selfies are just a way to show […]
NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin is hosting a Google+ Hangout on air, focusing on “Emerging Latinos and Innovations.” Latinos are an emerging force […]
A decade ago, many summer camps nationwide started instituting a no-tech policy. Cell phones, pagers and electronic games were banned.
Here’s the plan: Find someone, get married, grow old together. But what if you’ve done that, and suddenly you find yourself back at square one?
Love in the age of social media is a many-splendored thing. It’s moved past the traditional first date, past the boring dinner and a movie, […]
Weekend Edition Sunday is taking a look at how technology affects personal relationships. Along with romantic and workplace connections, family dynamics are shifting. The Jordans […]
For Valentine’s Day, maybe you’ll post a photo of your loved one on Facebook, tweet out a love poem or text message your secret crush.