Psychologists argued he’s suffering from “affluenza,” a condition that makes you too rich to understand that your actions have consequences.
Ethan Couch, a 16-year-old from Texas, was sentenced to 10 years probation by a juvenile court on Tuesday.
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Ah, yes, 2013 was a good year. *Swirls internet around in glass* *Inhales* *Sips*
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This tribute to extinct dinosaurs, Paul Walker, Brian Griffin, and Nelson Mandela
‘Invisible Child’: Behind the Scenes, Before and After
The five-part series has moved readers, and has brought some questions.
It’s tough for the news media to compete in China when its government punishes critical reporting.
Gamification Will Drive Billions In Economic Value, But What Consumers Expect From It Is Changing Quickly
Gamification, the use of game elements to promote desired behaviors among customers and employees, has been a popular business strategy for decades.
But the always-on digital and smartphone age has vastly expanded opportunities for gamification, and now it's used in digital services and apps a
Wal-Mart's well-oiled assembly line of conveyer belts and machines that pick, pack and sort items at its massive warehouses is mesmerizing to watch.
The company has more than 130 distribution centers in the U.S. in addition to its 4,100 stores, both of which ship millions of items every ye
Spacesuits are sometimes called the world's smallest spacecraft, but they are anything but small for the astronauts wearing them.
MIT Aeronautics researcher Dava Newman has been working for more than a decade on a revolutionary space suit that could change all that.
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The hilarious Lewis Black took to The Daily Show last night to rail against technology. It seems that our present isn't the future he was promised growing up. Plus he has a great take on Amazon's proposed delivery drones.
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The Switch: Here’s why disabled users are excited about a campaign to jailbreak the iPhone
A new fundraising campaign aims to break Apple's stranglehold over iPhone software distribution, giving users the ability to run software that hasn't been approved by Cupertino. The project is backed by disabled people who say that Apple's restrictive app approval process makes it difficult for the
The Double robot takes the idea of telecommuting and videoconferencing to another level. A user working from home can wheel the robot around the office to have something of a physical presence. It is steered remotely via an iPad, iPhone or computer with Google Chrome installed. Read full article &g
Yahoo Mail has experienced an extended outage this week and is now in its fourth day. But Yahoo refuses to say just how many users are being affected. On Wednesday, a Yahoo blog post said that "some of our users haven't been able to access their mail since 10:27 PM PT on Monday night" because of a
Marketers are constantly looking for new ways to get their brands in front of audiences. Intel and the Spanish soccer team FC Barcelona have teamed up with a clever approach that will debut Saturday. An “Intel Inside” logo will be placed on the inside of jerseys. For the most part this