Business | World | Food | TechnologyNPR | June 21, 2016 8:10 a.m.
When most tea auctioneers switched to online sales, J Thomas was the last holdout, insisting on selling Darjeeling at live auctions just as it has always done. That all changed this month.
Business | Music | TechnologyNPR | April 29, 2016 9:09 a.m.
Both streaming services recently unveiled new deals. It's hard to say for sure who will benefit.
Portland’s tech scene is hot. Jobs for women are not.
What's at the root of the iconic musician's notoriously antagonistic stance on the web?
Arts | Business | Economy | Technology | BooksNPR | Jan. 11, 2016 11:15 a.m.
Numbers show more authors are finding it hard to make a living income. Fresh off of fighting the Google Books case, the Authors Guild is now taking on author contracts in an open letter to publishers.
Arts | Technology | BooksNPR | Jan. 6, 2016 10:37 a.m.
Maps, posters, manuscripts, sheet music, drawings, photographs, letters, ancient texts: Thousands of items in the public domain are now offered as high-resolution downloads. No library card necessary.
In the video game Star Wars: Battlefront, players can customize characters according to gender, race and age. Producer Sigurlina Ingvarsdottir says inclusivity was a priority "from the get-go."
What would a small dinosaur look like in Class V rapids? That's the question Pixar filmmakers had to answer for their film The Good Dinosaur. So they piled into a raft to figure it out for themselves.
Arts | Technology | BooksNPR | Oct. 7, 2015 12:26 p.m.
The first installment in Gene Luen Yang and Mike Holmes' new graphic novel series uses goofy art — and four-eyed robotic birds — to get kids excited about learning to code.