Voice recognition is the next frontier of technology.
In 2018, we're seeing a rising crop of influencers and social media stars that aren't exactly human – think hologram superstars, computer-generated hipsters, part-robot singers.
As gender roles have become more progressive, men are getting more comfortable letting their guard down, opening up and confronting mental health issues.
High school students are making their voices heard. Brands and politicians ignore them at their peril.
We're living in a divided society – Tom Hanks is basically the only thing we can all agree upon. Now more than ever, brands are taking sides on highly contested issues.
If curiosity killed the cat, entertainment is in big trouble. Across both audio and video streaming, people are increasingly finding ways to learn more about what they're hearing or watching.
World unity is taking center stage at the 2018 Olympics.
The year's most romantic holiday has finally arrived, and more than half of the country is planning to celebrate.
Is the future finally here? For years, we’ve been imagining "The Future” – a world where we all fly around in our own personal vehicles. We’re not quite there yet, but technology is starting to really change what travel looks like in the 21st century.
Educational technology is more widespread and accessible than ever.