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Jargon's inaugural WSJ column, which could have been written by PR folks at Sony and the American Psychological Association, strives to convince her audience that simply because a child has difficulty putting down the game controller and finding creative, productive things to do does not mean he’s a videogame addict.
Channing Powell, the creator of the hit horror television series The Walking Dead, is not someone who is easily spooked.
Inventors from all walks of life offered new products to help dog owners, elderly patients and time-pressed personnel recruiters this week as the annual international inventions exhibition got underway in Geneva.
Whether they prefer Elsa, SpongeBob or a Russian heroine named Masha, today's kids have endless reasons to beg for more screen time. Yet almost nobody thinks there is too much children's programming.
Startups, when they raise venture money to build their businesses, begin with a Series A round and then proceed through Series E, F or maybe G before going public. The Indian ride-hailing service Ola is a bit unusual: It just completed its Series J fundraising and is marching toward Series K, a letter almost unheard of by researchers that track such things.
One sentence from Grab Holdings Inc co-founder Anthony Tan sums up the outlook for the dumpster fire that is South-East Asia’s increasingly toxic taxi wars.
A boy’s suicide in India after his mother scolded him for playing the popular online game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has inflamed a debate across the country over whether the game should be banned.
Catherine Amores is shopping around for a new smartphone – only it's not for her. It's for her eight-year-old son Jacob.