Even though he's still a teenager, Catalin Voss is already a six-year veteran of the i-app industry, and now he's turning his attention to figuring out how computers might interact with humans more perceptively.
With typically careful packaging, Amazon opens its doors to the public.
The belief that hidden memories can be "recovered" in therapy should have been exorcised years ago, when a rash of false memories dominated the airwaves, tore families apart, and put people on the stand for crimes they didn't commit. But the mental health establishment does not always learn from its mistakes—and families are still paying the price.
In politics, are we always just looking out for No. 1?
The latest entry in a series of interviews about subculture in America.