?My earliest Google search--the earliest one Google remembers, at least--was for "tetanus shot."
Either join the disruptors or prepare to be disrupted.
Over the past five decades, the surge in computing power predicted by Moore's Law has paralleled the trajectory of innovation in Silicon Valley. Computers were once the size of a room. Now smartphones with more processing power than NASA imagined i
David Edwards has strong opinions on scent. His big theory: We don't give smell nearly enough attention.
Mark Zuckerberg says Internet.org and net neutrality "can and must coexist," despite a backlash against his organization, which aims to bring free internet access to the developing world.
Ghost Gunner, the nation's only legal and personal 3-axis CNC milling solution for privately creating your own AR-15 lower receivers from 80%. Shipping April 2015.
Last summer we wrote about Spring, an app that envisioned bringing the experience of strolling through a mall to your mobile device.
While countries such as Japan have sophisticated earthquake warning systems, the fact is that many less-developed countries do not.
Paul Walker's performance in Furious 7--the seventh instalment of the brawn-and-pistons franchise Fast & Furious--is a convincing example of cinematic resuscitation.
Believe it or not, there was a time when our computers were incapable of functioning like a calculator, a time before Microsoft Excel.
There's an Uber for everything nowadays, so why not an Uber for weed?
In its ongoing mission to just veg on the sofa and watch Netflix 24 hours a day, mankind has invented a robot that can cook a wide range of meals for you which you choose via a smartphone app.
A new cookbook has been compiled by Chef Watson, the cognitive computer from IBM that famously won Jeopardy
On Friday, the United States Patent Office ?trashed key elements of the so-called "podcasting patent," the result of a series of petitions submitted by the Electronic Frontier Foundation against what the organization describes as a classic case of
One unfortunate fact of modern life is that functional new software becomes non-functional old software with depressing regularity.
?Before California ran? out of water, its most fearsome natural disaster was earthquakes.
Like most people who write for a living, I scrupulously maintain my feeds. Twitter. Tumblr. RSS. They're a fixture of my daily existence, both invaluable and utterly overwhelming.
Navigating awful, 100 percent Flash-based sites is an experience many of us have had, and is unequivocally part of internet canon. And it's on the verge of going away forever.
Scientists have been working since 2008 to develop technology based on memristors (short for memory resistors), which promise computers that need never boot up and function more akin to the human brain – like neurons, they can retain information an
Today, big Silicon Valley names like Google and Twitter run their online services across thousands of machines.
Adobe is announcing a slew of upcoming product updates today ahead of the NAB video conference, including an animation tool, a new mobile app, and some updates to Premiere Pro that may leave editors very happy.
While Microsoft used the Windows Blue codename for Windows 8.1 and Threshold for Windows 10, the software giant is planning to use Redstone for its 2016 plans
"Counterfeiting and piracy has increased substantially over the last two decades. Today, counterfeit and pirated products can be found in almost every country in the world and in virtually all sectors of the global economy."
I have been following MaidSafe since before I learned about Bitcoin and I learned about Bitcoin back when I could still mine full blocks with my own CPUs.
After a few hours of playing Farming Simulator 15, I was excited to talk to Thomas Frey, co-owner of the game's developer, ?Giants Software.
Thirty million Americans ?regularly watch porn online, according to the Wall Street Journal. That's a lot more than fess up to it, even in anonymous surveys: In 2013, just ?12 percent of people asked copped to watching internet porn at all.
.... and now other fast-food chains are catching on
The security audit of the TrueCrypt code has been completed (see here for the first phase of the audit), and the results are good. Some issues were found, but nothing major. Nothing that would make me not use the program,
Google's convergence of Chrome and Android is taking a big step forward this week.
Software could help researchers understand our bodies on a cellular level