Taking the stage at the company's developers conference, the CEO showed off some new things and promised one that would change "nearly every person's life."
Research has shown that a person's position in the economic pecking order can have a lasting effect on cognitive development. But can it also affect the size and shape of the brain?
Chicago developer Sebastian Gosztyla has been making a really cool local-multiplayer game called Dual, and he's finally releasing it onto the world this week. You and another person play each other head-to-head with your devices in close proximity. The main Duel mode has you trying to take each other out, with the catch being that
Emotion is the 4th Vital Sign The Huggable is a plush interactive robotic companion developed by the Personal Robotics Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), that seeks to help mitigate stress, pain and the anxiety of medical treatment for pediatric cancer patients and their parents at Boston Children’s Hospital. In doing so, becomes […]
Today the Daily News published a hyperbolic "EXCLUSIVE: NYCHA selling off green space to developers!" As one person remarked on Twitter, this was a bait-and-switch: the headline now says "NYCHA quietly selling off parking lots, green...Show More Summary
Don't want to teach? Teacher trainer Jason Crandell addresses the trend of enrolling in YTT to develop your personal practice. The post Should You Take a Yoga Teacher Training To Deepen Your Practice? appeared first on Yoga Journal.
Spirits of Xanadu is a new indie game which has just been released on Steam and we must say we don't really know what to think about it. Developed by two men (Allen Trivette and Lee Williams), this first person adventure/shooter game is a sort of tribute to System Shock, without the RPG aspect. Show More Summary
For the first time, scientists have developed a new risk score that can predict the 10-year risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke in persons aged 40 years or older in any world country.
It's pretty easy to anonymously hate on anyone you want on the internet--and yet, some app developers have apparently decided that it is somehow not easy enough to take a dump on another person online. More » Parents Are Fighting The Anonymous Hate In A Cyberbullying App With Anonymous Kindness is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
App developer Little Pixels returns with a new version of Everyday (previously), a popular iOS app designed to remind users to take a daily selfie in order to create a timeline charting the evolution of their face a la the famous “Everyday” project by Noah Kalina. Version 2.0 features unlimited timelines for multiple subjects, a […]
It’s well known that taking a prescription drug will put a person at risk of side effects. Most of the time, these are pretty mild, ranging from fever to vomiting and stomach problems. Unfortunately, those weren’t the side effects one Atlanta woman experienced after taking her own prescription...
NTT DoCoMo and WHILL (a next-generation personal vehicle developer) will integrate one of WHILL’s compact single-passenger electric vehicles and DoCoMo’s personal-vehicle-sharing system technologies to offer to local governments andShow More Summary
You’ve developed your new product and designed your packaging. It’s personalized with your company’s branding, and now you’re excited for people to get their hands on it. The physical product is shipped to customers, and then… it flops. What happened? … Read More
Not all apps are innocent programs with your best interests at heart. In fact, many apps can snoop on you, and some could be collecting your personal data right now. Suspicious apps are not so easy to spot, and shady developers haveShow More Summary
What you eat benefits you in ways we are only now fully beginning to understand. A new diet, appropriately known by the acronym MIND, could significantly lower a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, even if the diet is not strictly followed. This is according to a paper published online in March in the journal Alzheimer’s […]
Building your personal brand is how you make your presence known. Companies like Coca Cola, McDonald’s, and Apple have well-known brands that are popular around the world, but branding isn’t just for companies these days. Developing and building your personal brand is an important part of deciding how you want to be known in your...
A new diet, called MIND, could significantly lower a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, even if the diet is not meticulously followed. The study shows that the MIND diet lowered the risk of AD by as much as 53 percent in participants who adhered to the diet rigorously, and by about 35 percent in those who followed it moderately well. Show More Summary
Dan Biggar has matured considerably as a player and a person, says WRU chairman and ex-Wales fly-half Gareth Davies.
It is probably no coincidence that some of the most astonishing cars have been created as a result of personal vendettas. The Ford GT40 is a perfect example, as the racecar was developed mostly out of Ford’s spite toward Ferrari, the only carmaker that had had the audacity to make a fool out of Henry Ford II. Show More Summary
Much like Mayor Rahm Emanuel's admission in a recent TV ad amid a heated campaign that he can rub people the wrong way, Ald. Michele Smith has conceded during a tough re-election race that her personality can get in the way as she represents Lincoln Park on the Chicago City Council.