The state opened the floodgates to legal mobile gambling in January. Since then, the market has been saturated with mobile betting apps.
Kinfolk will help creatives in metro Detroit and beyond find job opportunities, network, and build teams
Products that use UV-C rays aren’t all created equal. Here’s what you need to know before you make a purchase.
The co-founder of Ann Arbor-based mobile security app Duo makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly — and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
Our cultural obsession with the freshest tech is expanding into unexpected territory
More than 100 global participants will virtually compete in the 36-hour retail innovation competition
A Farmington Hills man was arrested earlier this year after being wrongly identified by the controversial software
Cranbrook Institute of Science’s annual event supports science, technology, engineering, arts, and math programs for kids
Tensions escalate as a vote nears on the use of the technology by Detroit police
In Novi, trained listeners leave no footprints while helping to develop car audio systems. They’re extending Detroit’s tradition of using scientific means to improve sound quality.
With mature-rated video games continuously topping adolescents’ holiday wish lists, parents must confront dangers that their children often face at home, on their own television screens.
From the Amazon Echo’s random laughter to the Cambridge Analytica scandal that caught Facebook users off guard, the same questions continue to come up: How and what information is being gathered about me, and who’s using it for what purpose?