China is adding robots at an average pace of about 20% annually. In other words, about 650,000 new robots are expected to be installed there by 2020.
The government has every right to comb through your phone. I’ve been aware of this issue — but I didn’t realize how aggressive those searches had become.
I turned to you last week for feedback. I was curious if you felt your happiness in the U.S. was lessening — and, if so, were you considering alternatives?
We all have good days. But according to the 2017 World Happiness Report, we’re not quite as content as 13 other countries in the world.
Homeownership is near a record low, but things are clearly shifting. For the third year in a row, millennials represented the largest group of home buyers.
When I think about the world in 30 years, I see a world that is relying ever more on robotics to drive it. Perhaps more than many of us might expect.
Toy Story got a few things right. OK, your childhood toys probably aren’t going on adventures, but some toys, like the Vizio smart TVs I mentioned last week, can spy on you.
Did you know your house is haunted? Well, it is if you bought a certain popular smart TV. This “ghost” captures 100 billion personal data points a day, and that info is up for sale.
Even though your U.S passport holds vast weight, it’s not actually the most powerful one out there. In fact, it’s tied for third with other countries. So, who’s on top and why?