Tech & Science
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Tech & Science
Is Email Making You Sick?
Dr. Andrew Weil on how to stay sane in a faster, louder world.
Don't Let Chaos Get You Down
You aren’t depressed; our brains just aren’t equipped for 21st-century life.
Stop! You Can't Afford It.
New science unveils how your brain is hard-wired when it comes to spending—and how you can reboot it.
Propofol: Michael Jackson's Killer
His doctor said it helped Michael Jackson sleep, but propofol is far more powerful.
Steve Wozniak built a motherboard. Steve Jobs built a business. The seeds of Apple’s triumph.
Steve Jobs: The Godfathers of His Genius
The inspired innovators before him who made Steve Jobs’s triumphs possible.
A Chief's Gradual Decline
Though he repeatedly asserted he was in good health, Jobs’s physical deterioration was increasingly evident.
The Geniuses We'll Never Know
Talent doesn’t cut it. Greatness requires freedom to be a weirdo. By Niall Ferguson.
The Best of Frenemies
The relationship between Gates and Jobs was always complicated, sometimes nasty, and, in the end, surprisingly tender.
Steve Jobs’s true genius was in design—from phones to retail, he reshaped our world with a look that was cool, clean, and friendly.
The Wilderness Years
The bleakest time in Jobs’s career would turn out to be his most productive.
The Tech Seer
Steve Jobs wasn’t always right, but his ability to foresee innovations was uncanny. Here are a few of his more remarkable predictions.
The Jobs Number
He changed more than the computer business. Jobs transformed every industry he touched.
The Next Tech Guru?
They say he was one of a kind. But someone has to fill Jobs's sneakers.
Thanks for the Future
How a college dropout trusted his gut, defied corporate America, and carried us into tomorrow.
World on Wi-Fire
Feel the chaos? Technology is feeding mind-boggling volatility everywhere.
You Got Your Sperm Where?
Meet a 'donorsexual' on the web—and he'll service you anywhere. Plus, key moments in insemination history. By Tony Dokoupil.
Steve Jobs: American Genius
What will Apple do without its willful inspiration at the helm?
Silicon Valley's Rental Boom
Tech’s latest fad is a quick fix for cash-strapped consumers.
Texting Makes U Stupid
The U.S. is producing civilizational illiterates. How will they compete against America’s global rivals?
Steve Jobs’s dazzling inventions have forever changed us.
The 10 Commandments of Steve
More than anything else, Jobs's genius is in managing the creative process. Here's his playbook.
Five Signs of Impending Tech Doom
Forget the market. Five other recent signs of tech doom.
Tech Bubble? Not Anymore
Venture capitalists thought they would soon be cashing in as a new crop of tech stocks went public.
One Word Can Save Your Life: No!
New research shows how some common tests and procedures aren’t just expensive, but can do more harm than good.
The information-technology revolution has made us more globally savvy. It has also seeped poison.
Who Needs Humans?
As if American workers don’t have it rough enough, now there’s another threat: robots.
The New Science of Triumph
Why winners win... in sports, business, and life.
The Death of the Password
Here’s how you’ll protect your data online in the future.
Where Entrepreneurs Go Shopping
A string of inventors’ clubs aims to reinvigorate the spirit that shaped our economy.