The popular portrayal of computers as magic boxes capable of anything has done real societal harm. Now one TV show wants to save us.
A new book on Hewlett-Packard’s management history offers cautionary tales for today’s leading tech companies.
It’s not just disease that’s dragged down the nation’s life expectancy.
Since a catastrophic explosion in September, delays have lost the company work to a European rival.
Softbank and Foxconn both plan to broaden their American operations, and the president-elect is happy to take credit.
You can simply scan your phone, pick your food up off the shelf, and walk out.
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