Is it any coincidence that this past weekend the topics of gravity and selfies were super hot at the Oscars? We think it might have...
Anticipated techno-spy thriller to finally see release after six-month delay.
Last week, we told you about the ads Facebook has been making to show the public how the site can be used to bring people together in real life. Last night, the social network released another new commercial on YouTube that extends this principle to what some might call the social fringes. Show More Summary
Like Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen who lost his arm in an accident but kept on performing, aspiring drummer Jason Barnes didn't let losing his right arm two years ago deter him from realizing his dream. He built a crude prosthetic using...Show More Summary
It takes everyone to innovate. And in advance of International Women’s Day, March 8, we’re celebrating by profiling five dynamic individuals from all corners of the company who are changing the world through technology. We’re also highlighting...Show More Summary
With Wi-Fi, your data is literally in the air, up for grabs by anyone with the right tools. It needs protection from nearby users who may want to freeload off you (which can slow you down) or…hijack your accounts. You need encryption. Especially...Show More Summary
As part of Square Enix's mobile sale, stealthy conspiracy shooter Deus Ex: The Fall is now available on Google Play for just $0.99, €0.99 or £0.99 depending on your locale. That's a significant cut from the launch price of $6.99, €5.99 or £4.99. Show More Summary
For those who have been in a cave for the last 2 weeks, MWC14 was a historic event for Nokia with the announcement of our...
According to physicists, there are three, er, two and a half different theories on how a person would die if they got sucked in by a black hole: stretched like a spaghetti noodle, burnt like a toast and maybe even scrambled. Nova PBS...Show More Summary
It's another Wednesday night, and another huge batch of new iOS game releases. I mean, there are a lot of new games this week. Some really great stuff too, like Block Fortress: War, Mines of Mars and Devious Dungeon. It feels like the past few weeks have been especially good for new games, making this
Notes seamlessly switch from handwriting to other inputs, work with stylus or finger Notes can be made up for more than just inserted images and printed text, and that's why Evernote announced today that it is integrating full-blown handwriting input in the latest release of its app. Show More Summary
So what happens when six people play Pac-Man simultaneously? Sounds like fun. Now combine that with a concert, and you get this crazy piece of interactive performance art. Six Pac-Men is a crazy bit of multimedia…
UNITED NATIONS — Were those Ukrainians killed by snipers in Kiev last month victims of then-President Viktor Yanukovych? Hopes of finding an answer to this question were complicated today when leaked audio of a 10-minute conversation...Show More Summary
Going to miss Phillip Seymour Hoffman: #
Terry Shipman may be Twitter's hero today, but to 21-year-old Laura, he's just "Dad." Tuesday night at 7 p.m., 66-year-old Shipman took a selfie with his two dogs, Oreo and Max, and uploaded it to Twitter. "Let's see if we can beat the Oscar re-tweets!" the civil engineer tweeted. Show More Summary
Apple is reportedly planning to open its digital assistant up just enough to work with other services. Hackers may get there first.
Organizations have a lot of valuable data laying around, most of it locked away in aging silos that are difficult to manage and even harder to get to. This lack of accessibility poses a fundamental stumbling block for CIOs undertaking … Continue reading ?
A 13-year-old boy from the UK has built a working nuclear reactor just in time to beat the record of a 14-year-old American boy. As you’d probably guessed, Jamie Richards’s project didn’t involve the nuclear fission found in most nuclear power plants. Instead, reports the Lancashire Evening Post: Jamie, who is 14 on Sunday, started […]
Driving is the most death-defying activity the average American embarks upon. According to the CDC, "unintentional injury" (of which "unintentional motor vehicle traffic" is the leading component) is the fifth most prolific killer of...Show More Summary
We are obsessed with ourselves. When I say "we" I effectively mean millennials. We invented the selfie, we tell everyone about the amazing things we're doing at any given moment via social media, and the newest addition to our self obsession...Show More Summary