Engineers at North Carolina State University have devised a new form of tiny, liquid-metal antenna that's capable of tuning into a wide range of radio frequencies, offering a timely solution to a looming and potentially damning problem in networked e
Late Friday evening the Senate reauthorized Trad Promotion Authority, or "fast track" authority.
A collection of tech industry giants like Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft, as well as civil liberties organizations and Internet security experts, sent a letter to President Obama on Tuesday warning of the unintended consequences of any policy
Last week, the President of Sri Lanka banned the import of the herbicide glyphosate, the key ingredient in Monsanto's "RoundUp."
Robert De Niro didn't sugarcoat the truth when addressing the 2015 graduating class of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts on Friday. "You made it," said the Oscar-winning actor, "and you're f--ked."
The earthquake struck at about 2:28pm local time at a depth of 50km, weather services reported. USGS, however, put the Japanese earthquake at a magnitude of 5.3.
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- The world of tomorrow is a pretty wonderful place … at least that's the sentiment of the makers of Disney's new epic, "Tomorrowland."
In an effort to remain as transparent as possible, and to clarify questions regarding history, use and policies associated with License Plate Recognition Systems (LPR's) (a.k.a. License Plate Readers), the Town has assembled this packet of material
Elon Musk recently did an AMA on reddit. Here are three question-and-response pairs that I enjoyed, including how to build knowledge.
"Is anyone present carrying more than ten marks, or planning to take out of the country any foreign money, gold, jewels, or other valuables?" demanded the German customs inspector after boarding the Innsbruck-bound train. "Any violation of the
A week after a shootout between bikers in Texas and a year after three died in Myrtle Beach, Bikefest attendees say they are not being treated equally
From the first sudden, and quite dramatic, appearance of the fanatical Islamic group known as ISIS which was largely unheard of until a year ago, on the world's stage and which promptly replaced the worn out and tired al Qaeda as the world's terroris
The last time large speculators were as aggressively buying silver as last week was September 1997.
All living organisms – human, animal, or otherwise – continuously move molecules around their cells. It's a crucial mechanism of life, vital for feeding cells the proteins they need to function.
What if Putin is Telling The Truth?
Patriotism these days is like Christmas--lots of people caught up in a festive atmosphere replete with lights and spectacles.
Reading the headlines and political declarations booming from America's southern border last summer, one could imagine the nation was under mortal siege.
Over the past 25 years, the Internet has radically altered the way people communicate and share ideas and the way businesses interact with customers and clients.
Memorial Day, May 25, 2015 - By Larry Lilly - To remind all Americans of the tremendous importance of American Exceptionalism.
Ron Paul talks to Lew Rockwell about cash, TPP, and war.
Young couples have no way of predicting what their partner will look like over the coming years.
It's hard to believe that Bitcoin, the digital currency that approximates cash on the internet, turned six years old in January.
Or maybe it looks more like a peacock? Either way, what you see above is really what's known as a hyperlens, a metamaterial-based composite allowing for imaging beyond the diffraction limit.
This week I found myself in rare agreement with Janet Yellen when she admitted that her economic predictions are likely to be wrong.
In a landmark decision the US Senate voted to allow VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana to patients living in states where it's been legalized.
A powerful confession by US soldier Mike Prysner on his experience fighting in Iraq.
This method is suitable for beginners, great fun to do with kids, and is very effective
Heavy rainfall, floods and tornadoes have devastated southern-central US, killing several people, washing away houses and forcing thousands to flee. Rivers rose so fast that entire communities woke on Sunday surrounded by water.
Human milk counters impact of airborne pollutants
It's easy to forget what Memorial Day actually means while you're sitting by the pool and looking ahead at summer vacation--but the day signifies much more than just a three-day weekend.
From peaches to asparagus, pineapple rings to polenta, there's a wealth of tasty alternatives and you don't need to be a vegetarian to enjoy them
This story isn't actually about Greece, but it begins there.
Gizmag traveled to last week's Overland Expo West in Northern Arizona to explore the latest in 4x4s and adventure campers.
A cache of 296 e-mails to and from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton released by the State Department on Friday reveal US officials working overtime to orchestrate the fall of a foreign government.
It was the dying cry of Charlton Heston in the creepy 1973 film Soylent Green… and it could resemble our desperate near future.
One participant in the Southern Mountains' Revenue Wars' of the late 19th and early 20th centuries stands out. He has been described as the most famous man of whom you've never heard.
Here We Go Again
It seems like China couldn't be more at home on Washington's doorstep.
Supreme Court Allows for Unscrupulous Cops to be Sued for Deliberately Concealing Evidence
Peter Schiff lays out for RT the future he sees for both Greece and China.
In January, the British-American computer scientist Stuart Russell drafted and became the first signatory of an open letter calling for researchers to look beyond the goal of merely making artificial intelligence more powerful.
When Jordi Puig-Suari and Bob Twiggs began working on the first cubesat in 1999, their goal was a rather basic one -- to develop a compact satellite that university students could build and use to conduct scientific experiments and test out new tech
Nikola Tesla is finally beginning to attract real attention and encourage serious debate more than 70 years after his death.