Amazon isn't the only company that is using data on employees to improve productivity.
Is online giant Amazon a bruising and uncaring workplace or a hub for innovation that pushes its employees to reach their potential?
Light waves trapped on a metal's surface, called surface plasmons, travel farther than expected, up to 250 microns from the source. While this distance is just one-hundredth of an inch, it is far enough to possibly be useful ...
Vice Media's digital editorial staff are joining a union—the latest in a wave of digital staffers voting to unionize.
Is it time for big television to start worrying about digital?
The New York Times said Thursday its digital paid subscriptions had topped one million for the first time, as it reported a jump in quarterly profits.
Mutant cells that can't copy DNA somehow keep dividing when they shouldn't—with disastrous consequences
Researchers at USC have developed a yeast model to study a gene mutation that disrupts the duplication of DNA, causing massive damage to a cell's chromosomes, while somehow allowing the cell to continue dividing.
Further cracks emerged this week in the pay TV bundle as media companies and distributors indicated that more people are cutting the cord and ditching pricey channel packages. Meanwhile, media company executives did damage ...
Generating a 3D duplicate of someone without the aid of a Hollywood studio: this is the challenge taken up by EPFL researchers, who have successfully condensed an expensive and complex process to use only a smartphone camera.
We take it for granted that when it's noon in Toronto, it's also noon in Hamilton. But that wasn't always the case.