A new study helps explain why cats are such good hunters.
It’s easy to see why they call it the “cauldron of evolution.”
You know the problem -- you want to go back to something you saw in a mobile app, but you either forgot to save your place or couldn't save it at all. What to do? If Microsoft Research has its way, you'll never be left scrambling again. Show More Summary
Over the past several years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has become infamous for saying ridiculous things in public forums, but even if you don't think we're all living in a computer simulation, you can't dismiss everything he says. For example,...Show More Summary
It wasn't long ago that we were celebrating the release of Opera's power saving mode, but on Monday, Microsoft decided to prove to everyone that its own proprietary browser might be the best in the market for your battery. In a new blog...Show More Summary
A few months ago, we caught wind of someone doing something remarkable. [Clinton Westwood] built a pistol from plans he found on the Internet. You can find plans to build anything on the web, from houses to four-stroke engines to perpetual motion machines. Show More Summary
At a time where Google is pulling back from its robotic efforts, Toyota is going full throttle with its robotic development. During a talk with journalists in Tokyo last week, Gill Pratt, the CEO of the Toyota Research Institute, said...Show More Summary
This fall, Apple's Photos app will add a feature that reveals the company's increasing expertise in computer vision technology. Apple Photos will be able to sort your snapshots by face, activity, and even the facial expression you or...Show More Summary
“I Sea” billed itself as an app that would “empower the billions of us with smart devices” to do something about the thousands of migrants that have already drowned in the Mediterranean. For the last few days, Mashable, Reuters, Wired...Show More Summary
Developers aren’t necessarily like you and me. You may choose to spend your free time making bird houses or watching Friends reruns. Developers, meanwhile, are trying to get Windows 95 to run on an Apple Watch (and succeeding). This need to tinker is especially pronounced within the IoT developer set. Show More Summary
Back in 2014, the night before our first ever annual conference kicked off in Nashville Tennessee, Sarah and I were kicking around last minute ideas for on-stage interview questions. One of the questions we debated: Should Sarah askShow More Summary
One of the most inspiring things about scientists is how incredibly excited they get about being proven wrong. And right now, physicists think that may be happening in a huge way. Here's how particle physicist Michele Redi describesShow More Summary
Not treating fireworks—aka unlicensed explosives—with the respect they deserve is one of the most dangerous thing you can do. So after a couple of pranksters in Phoenix, Arizona, thought it would be funny to start a chain reaction on a shelf full of fireworks in a Walmart, humanity has reached a new low. Read more...
Facebook’s Canvas full-screen immersive ad product will be made available for organic page posts June 22.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk claims the Model S "floats well enough to turn into a boat for short periods of time." We def don't recommended this, but Model S floats well enough to turn it into a boat for short periods of time. Thrust via wheel rotation. Show More Summary
On Sunday at 10:36 am ET, Jeff Bezos' private spaceflight company Blue Origin hosted its first live webcast of its successful attempt to launch and land the same New Shepard rocket out of its West Texas facility. The launch was originally...Show More Summary
Drones are already a fantastic tool for capturing footage. But when the cameras are turned on the flying drones themselves, they prove to be equally spectacular performers as part of this Japanese multimedia dance troupe called Elevenplay. Show More Summary
Today, we are announcing enhanced educator collaboration with PLC groups, better content sharing with Docs.com, easier formative assessments with Microsoft Forms and additional Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) partners with OneNote Class Notebook. Show More Summary
How, in the space of a few years, has “paid trolling” gone from a questionable advertising practice to a political technique being openly used by the U.S. Democratic front-runner? A press release from Correct the Record, a pro–Hillary...Show More Summary
According to an all too common joke, Elon Musk is a bond villain come to life. To be fair, something about the Tesla and SpaceX CEO seems to invite the comparisons: Maybe it’s his too perfect name, or perhaps it’s his ambiguously international charms, but it’s almost certainly his desire to send us to Mars. Show More Summary