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Parents are grappling with how to prevent their children from becoming too tied to technology.
Cambridge-based Jobcase seeks to help people who might not have an advanced skill set, or who are looking for advice and moral support.
Amazon Go, as it's called, welcomed its first customers Monday in downtown Seattle after about a year's delay.
Amid increasingly frequent government warnings, four Seattle companies have invented new virtual currencies and sold digital coins to the public.
Because photos and messages on the app disappear, it's hard for investigators to gather evidence.
Researchers say the study gives "the best evidence to date" that preventing all head hits, whether concussions occur or not, is the key to preventing the serious form of chronic...
The announcement is part of Apple's decision to repatriate its overseas cash and pay about $38 billion in taxes under the new tax law.
Is it possible to test if someone is too high to drive? Eli Wirtschafter from KALW reports an emerging industry is trying to answer that question.
Recode's Edmund Lee joins Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson to talk about some of the top tech stories in the news.
For a possible future vision of New England's offshore wind industry, WBUR's Chris Bentley reported from a part of the U.K. that's staking its economic recovery on offshore wind farms.
Each speaker presents a possible platform for companies to reach consumers through paid advertising.
Tournaments are now selling out arenas just like football and basketball games do.
As the Federal Communications Commission moves to scrap net neutrality rules, some communities are building their own networks.
2017 was hailed by industry insiders and journalists as one of the most remarkable periods in the medium's history.
"We knew the world was not going to adapt to her," Jake Lacourse says of his daughter Rebecca. "My entire career has been about solving problems."
The state used a code name -- "Project Rufus" -- for its bid for Amazon's second headquarters.
Sleep robots and a suitcase that drives itself. We’ll unpack what’s hot at the Consumer Electronics show.
Harvard Business School Professor Frances Frei has built a career off of changing organizational behavior and insists no company's culture is beyond repair. For the past seven months, Frei has...
Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey's effort to try to stop the repeal of net neutrality appears to be gaining support.
Artificial Intelligence…do you worry, or welcome a world where our machines don’t need us?