This documentary about the Gay Girl in Damascus blogger who hoaxed the world’s media – and ‘her’ girlfriend – has none of the gravitas its director thinks it should Your mother is right: stay off the it’s
Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence could rise up and destroy mankind. Is he right? We look at four ways that technology could be the end of us Stephen Hawking expanded humanity’s of
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home Science is an endeavor that’s necessarily filled with dead ends, left turns to nowhere, detours, delays, and – fortunately – the occasional accidental discovery.
Sky-watchers can follow the moon on a tour of night-sky treasures. This week the moon visits neighboring planets, the Saturn nebula, and two of the brightest stars in the late autumn sky. (See also: "Stars:
Gigantic black holes provide a new cosmic yardstick for charting far-off stars. Monster black holes lurking within the core of galaxies offer a new way to measure how far many objects in the universe from
The Greek philosopher and scientist wrote extensively about sex, both animal and human. What is life? What is a soul? These are some of the questions Greek philosopher Aristotle asked. And we're still
A bull jumps over the moon, and a crab recalls an ancient explosion this week for stargazers. Overhead in the heavens, the moon hits the celestial bull's-eye this week, while sky-watchers hunt down a crab.
Weird & Wild The critters eat the equivalent of 60,000 hot dogs a year in just one area of the Big Apple, a new study says. 3 Minute Read Meet our cities' real litterbugs: New research shows that insects
There have been a number of signs that the consumers’ rush to buy into the iPad ecosystem was slowing, but data from IDC today puts the slowing retail success of Apple’s tablet into an interesting position.
Humans aren't the only species that try to get rid of bacteria On hot vents deep underneath the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, there lives something unusual: a gene that fights bacteria. The gene belongs
Have your say on new research on social networking, plus Google breakup, Sony’s e-paper smartwatch plans, and more Tumblr is the fastest growing social media site according to new research from GlobalWebIndex,
Cavaliers rookie Joe Harris on LeBron: 'This man does some of the most ridiculous things I've ever seen'
In his first year in the NBA, Cavaliers rookie has been on one of the most-watched teams in the league. So what’s it like being a first-year player on a team with LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving?
“Although it is a waste of time to argue with a paranoid patient about his delusions, he may still be persuaded to keep them to himself, to repress them as far as possible and to forgo the aggressive they
Results of the DNA analysis of the remains of Richard III have raised the possibility he may not had the royal bloodline, and, therefore had no right to the throne Scientists studying the DNA of Richard
George Osborne wants to take advantage of today's low interest rates to refinance all the 'perpetual' bonds in the Government's portfolio Nearly one hundred years after it was first issued, the UK Government