I grew up surrounded by technology. I am child of the 80s, a time before most people had a personal computer much less the internet in their home.
Most people, when thinking about technology, conjure up the idea of a smartphone, the internet, self-driving cars, or maybe even popular types of artificial intelligence such as Apple’s Siri or Google Home.
You might see a new way of driving hit the streets of California in April.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the release of the Apple iPhone, a device that has helped shape our culture in many different ways.
As February came to a close, there was a far-reaching event that few noticed. It wasn’t the Oscars, or even the President’s first address to Congress.