December 29, 2017

Why all connected smart devices should be free

Smart devices. They are everywhere. Even if you don’t read a single online article, a walk around your local BestBuy, Target, or Walmart you can’t but […]
December 28, 2017

Why most data scientists are frauds, according to a data scientist

This is an excerpt from a long interview between an anonymous data scientist and Logic Magazine about AI, deep learning, FinTech, and the future, conducted in […]
December 28, 2017

AI in 2018: Experts predict what happens next

Perhaps no other technology was as disruptive as artificial intelligence in 2017. ‘Machine learning,’ ‘neural network,’ and ‘data bias’ became commonplace terms in the headlines of […]
December 28, 2017

How will the digital revolution be advertised in 2018?

We are approaching the time of year where we confess that we have eaten and drank too much while probably watching too much bad TV. Traditionally, marketing […]
December 28, 2017

This $39 bootcamp will give you a complete UX/UI education

Winning with user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) are at the top of any developer’s to-do list when site or app building. Right now, you […]
December 28, 2017

If diversity were a product, it would be considered a failure

Imagine this. You’ve created an awesome product that has the potential to disrupt an industry and make a lot of money. You deliver a rock-solid pitch […]
December 28, 2017

TNW Picks: The best smart home gadgets in 2017

For a smart home novice, knowing where to start is a bit of a headache. Of thousands of products, which ones provide the biggest return on […]
December 28, 2017

Why I’ll stick with my cheap Android over the iPhone X

I’ve been running a month-long smartphone experiment. In a nutshell, I decided to see if a cheapish (£150) Android phone can do everything that an expensive […]
December 28, 2017

Uber’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year

2017 for Uber was like 2016 for the rest of us: really rough. The year started with wide-scale boycotts of the service, and progressively got worse. […]