Kumud M. Srinivasan shares her admiration for technology and wonders why there is growing apprehension surrounding technological advancements.
As children, we were great devourers of the arts, of experiences and time. As adults, we’ve customized our life around devices, subjects of the great curation.
Today marks 50 years since Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin took that famous small step for all of us. The grip of wonder and confusion still holds me, as it did in 1969.
Back in the years of bell-bottoms and roller disco, great titans fought with calculators. Four decades on, we have the iPhone. Who says war has no benefit?
With Sony announcing that the PlayStation 5 will remove the need for a loading screen, I think it’s time we say farewell to a gaming institution.
As it has been long established, humans are subject to six unifying emotions. However, with the birth of technology that mimics us for our benefit, this represents a problem.
We’re not too far away from total environmental collapse. So, the apocalypse may soon be upon us. Just not today, I can’t be bothered.
With today being my birthday, I found myself pondering what life has taught me in the previous 26 years through (sometimes bitter) experience.
With great connectivity, comes great detriment. Our IQs are down and our sleep is interrupted, but here’s how to get yours back.
Facebook claims that their much-maligned default facial recognition can be switched off, however, the timing of the announcement is suspicious.