Charlie Hebdo will not stop skewering politics and religion alike despite the horrific January 7th attack that killed 12 people, including many of its staff and two policemen. Instead, the Paris-based
Well folks, if it wasn’t confirmed before, it definitely is now – we’re officially living in a video game. Why? Because the US Department of Defense has successfully tested a bullet that can change its
Sometime on Christmas morning, a computer system at Etihad Airways began to issue tickets at ridiculously low fares, including $187 from New York to Abu Dhabi and $277 from New York to Johannesburg. Very
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Venn diagrams are a high-school math rite of passage, teaching us (to hate) the logical relations between sets. Google has now honored their creator, John Venn, with his own interactive Google Doodle.
Apple calls it Extensibility, and it basically allows your apps to share both information and functionality with one another, which means less time spent switching among apps. Let's say you have a favorite
Keeping up with the news used to be pretty simple. You picked up your preferred tabloid or broadsheet newspaper on the way to work, or tuned into a scheduled news bulletin on the radio or your TV. The
It's time for our weekly roundup of the best new iPhone and iPad apps and games to have emerged on Apple's App Store. As ever, prices are correct at the time of writing, but may have changed by the time