European countries may have long ago banished the use of cellphones while driving to the dark side of the law, but many of the United States persist in allowing their citizens to talk while driving. One reason for their reluctance may be that outlawing something that has become second nature to mos
4 years ago
We've already seen whips that brake for us, steer for us and wheel us into that last remaining spot on 5th Avenue without marring someone's BMW, so it follows logic that we'd see vehicles that peer into our minds, too. Research done by a crew at the Technical University of Berlin has shown that a \"
6 years ago
In yet another sign
that Luddism is alive and well in academia (remember Lakehead University's silly WiFi ban?), the
Associated Press has picked up on a disturbing "trend" of professors banning laptops in their classrooms.
Unlike the WiFi brouhaha, which revolved around fears that the wire
8 years ago