There’s more to equality than the number of women promoted in technology-related careers or companies; end sexism.
A $1bn bond issue, new technology, old and new books, movies, and a Texas Teacher of the Year who used to work in Hollywood.
The federal government repealed the 2015 decree of so-called net neutrality, and the impact to schools is unpredictable at this point.
A hashtag can be a powerful thing, a student from Bloomington, Ind., explains, esp. when it comes to sparking a social revolution.
You may have heard that President Trump’s Twitter account was disabled for 11 minutes last night at the hands of a single rogue employee.
Digital “self-harm,” a form of cyberbullying where teens send hurtful messages anonymously to themselves, is emerging as a concern.
The US warns schools of a new cyberthreat: criminals demand money for protecting sensitive student data from the dark Web.
Artificial intelligence is making quite a name for itself, both taking away and creating jobs, by making our big-data lives more efficient.
Survey of 5,000 high schoolers in England: Many of them are disillusioned by social media, because of online abuse & fake news.
What is it that motivates young people to use Snapchat? Posts disappear after just a few seconds, without any deep thought, but is there more to it?