My wife and I have two boys under two years old, and our home feels a bit crazy. Our oldest has entered the “terrible twos,” where he demands what he wants and throws a tantrum if you don’t give in.
This Christmas season is full of long to-do lists, activities, shopping, spending time with family and friends, and giving gifts.
Each world can capture your imagination with sights, sounds, and the ability to touch digital objects as you manipulate them in your hands.
Recently, Google hit the pause button on a military artificial intelligence project amidst thorny ethical questions raised by its own employees.
For nearly a decade-and-a-half, I’ve been serving in the creative field. From working with churches to non-profits, I’ve worked alongside some of the most talented people I’ve ever met.
Technology is advancing at such a rate that it elicits fear in our hearts because we feel that we are going to be left behind and overlooked with the march of progress.
You’re using a new revolutionary piece of technology each day and might not even know it.
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.