For the next month, I’m trying out a smartphone-less existence. Am I crazy?
Regulation of the Internet goes against the principles that have made it a such a phenomenal success.
Not as hard as you might think, but some countries are more vulnerable than others.
In online discussions, people provide vital emotional support for others. Now computer scientists have created an index that automatically identifies Good Samaritans.
It's not only Twitter that can predict opening weekend box office revenues for movies. Wikipedia data has a similar prescience, say computational social scientists
Counting Facebook likes and Twitter followers makes Obama look great, but the close race shows how meaningless those numbers are.
Computer scientists have developed an algorithm that automates the task of assembling contact lists into circles of friends and colleagues
The head of MIT’s Media Lab extols the benefits of being a “now-ist."
City dwellers have more contacts and accumulate them at a faster rate than those who live in smaller conurbations, say network scientists.