The holiday season is quickly approaching, and one of the most sought-after gifts is loved by celebrities and athletes alike, happens to be illegal to use in some countries—and catches fire on occasion.
Lookout has discovered a new form of adware that roots a device after the user installs it, then entrenches itself as a system application. This makes it impervious to any normal means of deleting it,
There really is a secret world of hidden independent nations, with their own populations, governments – and football leagues. In fact, you’ve almost certainly visited one without realising. When I first
1. It’s the world’s happiest country According to the most recent Happy Planet Index, published last month, which aims to measure human well-being and environmental impact, Costa Rica is the most satisfying
A team of researchers from the Universities of Bristol and Sussex have developed the world's first functioning sonic tractor beam able to operate outside of a lab environment. The device uses 64 miniature
But until recently there was no one-stop shop for filtering job searches through this lens. It was for that reason CEO and cofounder Anthony van Horne began developing CareerLabs, which launched last "People
The folks who came up with the self-healing iPhone case is now back with something a lot more impressive. Innerexile's earlier technology could repair light scratches within about half a minute (given
Trying to eat right and live a generally healthy life in a world of tacos and Netflix is a constant struggle. Compound that with all the diets, non-diets, and studies telling us that just about everything
But if you base all your knowledge about robots and AI on movies and books, you're bound to be either terrified or disappointed whenever a new robot comes out. Tech Insider asked 19 AI researchers about
(CNN) — Turning the pages of Hiroji Kubota's new retrospective photo book is like spinning a globe or searching an atlas. With more than 400 images from his 55-year career, you're destined to land on new
Endless energy from the sun looked like a long-term solution for running our homes. But now the state has pulled the plug on the subsidies that made panels affordable for many. What happens now? Sit back,
Back in 2001, my wife and I decided to leave the cold climate of Nebraska behind and embark on an epic adventure to find our perfect retirement destination. We traveled to several different countries search
Until now, solar cells of this kind have been only partially transparent and usually a bit tinted, but these new ones are so clear that they're practically indistinguishable from a normal pane of glass.
Traveling in China used to be fun, sometimes even relaxing. As recently as the late 1990s, you could go to a Tibetan monastery out west that your Chinese friends had never heard of, hang out with nomads
Rallies in Sydney and Melbourne call for closure of Pacific island detention centres for Australia's asylum-seekers. Thousands of Australians joined rallies calling for the closure of Pacific island camps