Turns out the science saying screen time is bad isn’t science

A new study is making waves in the worlds of tech and psychology by questioning the basis of thousands of paper and analyses with conflicting conclusions on the effect of screen time on well-being. Th

WTF is machine learning?

It’s no coincidence that Alan Turing, one of the most influential computer scientists of all time, started his 1950 treatise on computing with the question “Can machines think?”

What Steam Engines, Robots And Analytics Have In Common

Are robots going to put us all out of work? That seems to be the question on every click-bait economic article’s mind. The short answer: They aren’t. The long answer: They will change the kinds of

Study: 61% of U.S. Households Now Have WiFi

In the U.S., 61% of all households currently have WiFi networks installed at home. According to <a href="

Android’s Now On Top For Mobile Browsing and Search, But Still A Challenger Elsewhere

Android has become the most popular platform in smartphone sales, and that domination is slowly but surely making itself felt in other aspects of the mobile experience -- just as Google would have wan

See what’s hot in the iTunes app store with Medialets

Looking for the perfect site for tracking the stats of all the apps in your Fantasy iPhone League? Do such leagues even exist?? Who knows?! At any rate, a site called has up to date stat

HD Video Sales Still Slow

This data might be a little biased — it was commissioned by Sony — but according to a Nielsen VideoScan Blu-Ray is outselling HD DVD by 9 to 2, with only The Departed in the HD video top t

Merrill Lynch Claims 30% Of US Households Will Have A Wii By 2011

Looks like Merrill Lynch is the latest company to be added to the Nintendo payroll. Analyst Yoshiyuki Kinoshita is now claiming that by the year 2011, 30% of US households will own a Nintendo Wii and