Modern Life

Why everyone should work from home

New studies show that freeing workers from set office locations and hours can strengthen team culture and creativity while reducing burnout and turnover.

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The biggest threat to your online security is you

Luckily, there are ways to protect yourself from the smooth talk of “social engineers” who want your private data.

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The art of shoemaking goes high tech

Custom 3D-printed footwear is changing how athletic shoes are made and the very definition of a good fit.

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Want to build a better brain? Play video games

Studies show that complex, immersive video gaming can boost memory, focus and a host of other cognitive skills.

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Welcoming the robo-nannies

Millennial parents see a rosy future for AI, sensors and Big Data in their children’s lives.

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Is it better to read off a screen or off paper?

Screens are fine for skimming, but for deeper comprehension, you should fire up the printer.

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How do we define the "all-American" family?

A moving social experiment from HP brings a new perspective to family portraits.

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Can taking photos put you more in the moment?

When you do it the right way, photography can enhance your life.

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A second act for the parking garage

If ride-sharing and driverless taxis reduce individual commuting, parking facilities could be repurposed as office space, apartments, gyms and more.

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The perk everyone wants: Bleisure travel

Millennials are piggybacking personal travel onto business trips, which saves them and their employers money while making travel goals more accessible.

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In their own words: Empowering children through storytelling

In a new short film and in schools across the globe, creative writing empowers students and their communities.

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With AI watching, clues to why neighborhoods flourish or fail

AI imaging is delivering greater insights into neighborhoods than surveys and census data have ever been able to provide.

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An app that makes commuting a joy?

MaaS, Finland’s experiment in connected mobility could change the way the world travels.

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A mathematician-turned-poet becomes a social media star

Samer Takriti’s math skills attracted trading firms and hedge funds, but his classical Arabic poems have won him over a million followers.

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More and more digital natives are hitting ‘print’

Printed photos are seeing a revival as people seek new ways to connect in a digital world.

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