Although Virginia forgoes sales tax revenues for certain large data centers, some local governments have reaped massive benefits. Loudoun County says data centers help bring in $150 million in local taxes each year.
The future of food is here — and it looks a lot like a handheld device. Here’s what to expect in 2018 and beyond.
As society spends more time looking at screens, experts say it’s up to parents to model good digital behavior for their kids. One expert on the subject has put together a contract for families regarding online behavior and limits.
Imagine streaming a live concert through your hearing aid. With smart technology hearing aids, that is now a possibility.
President Donald Trump is poised to seek a trade investigation of China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property.
Whether you love it or hate it, digital technology is a part of modern life — and screen time has both its pluses and minuses when it comes to kids. How do you balance the good with the bad? An expert weighs in.
The D.C. area ranks respectably high in a report on information technology talent, but it ranks at the top of the list for the number of women in IT.
From tax incentives to attracting and retaining talent, Steve Case has some ideas on how to ensure America remains the most innovative entrepreneurial nation in the world.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is hosting the top attorneys for a conference Tuesday and Wednesday in Charlottesville.
Nearly 71 percent of landscape architects now rank wireless and internet connectivity as a top consumer demand, according to an American Society of Landscape Architects survey.
Bethesda Chevy-Chase High School students started a nonprofit that teaches the elderly how to use technology and gadgets.
The latest in denim technology includes stain-resistant white jeans, jeans that create a butt-lifting illusion, combination yoga pants/jeans as well as leggings that take the wearer’s measurements and suggest suitable styles.
Some of the biggest names in technology, including Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft and Twitter, have vowed to remove illegal online hate speech within 24 hours.
There’s now an app to help commuters find rides in the D.C. area.
Google is placing a big bet on the power of technology to help impact the lives of people living with disabilities.