Young people in the West are historically competitive, anxious and unhappy. Malcolm Harris’ Kids These Days: Human Capital and the Making of Millennials tries to find out why.
My goal with this experiment was to get students thinking about their habits, rather than to necessarily change them.
“Labour laws are lax, there’s little effort to build a component ecosystem and logistics, and transport remains a big problem. No one seems to be investing in skilled labour that will build the phones.”
Fingerprints and biometrics are being captured by smartphones, Rajiv Mehrishi said, for the 40% of the population that uses them.
This week: What ten years of Pornhub data tells us about human sexuality, how smartphones are altering us as individuals and the internet’s transient memory.
You can learn a lot about the movement of people and animals if you tap into the tracking data from many of today’s mobile phones.
In 2013-2014, the CPCB spent a mere Rs 8.14 crore on air-quality monitoring for the entire country and this amount was further reduced to Rs 5.45 crore in 2014-2015.
Until recently, the hardline group used communication apps to chat with members and supporters outside its main areas of control in Syria, Iraq and Libya.
Working with famed hacker “Bunnie” Huang, Snowden wants to help imperiled journalists and activists fully silence their mobile devices.
Although technology has advanced tremendously from the 18th onwards, our attitude toward it has remained the same.
Despite the investment of billions of dollars for protection of computer systems – the truth is that it gets easier to access information with each passing year.
After largely ignoring the country for many years, why is Apple currently bullish on India? What does it have up its sleeve?