Bad news for people with a sweet tooth - a new study suggests that sugar can damage the brain. Researchers at the University of California in Los Angeles found that fructose - a type of sugar naturally
There’s no arguing that passwords are becoming less and less reliable in protecting our data and identities. Their management, protection and memorization are becoming increasingly problematic, and malicious
Japanese mobile game company DeNA has launched an app called Mirrativ that lets you livestream anything and everything that's happening on your phone. Think of the app as a mix of Periscope and Twitch
Google is well known for its love of puzzles and leaving little hidden secrets dotted around and it turns out that the company applies similar techniques while it is on the hunt for new employees too.
One of the big announcements back at Google I/O a few months ago was the introduction of Android Pay, Google’s mobile payment solution which hopes to rival Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. According to an internal
It seems like Google wants to know what you had for dinner. According to Android Police, the company is testing a new feature in its Maps app that will detect when photos are taken at restaurants and places
It wants videos with "reasonable messages, better messages" to drown out extremism, and is recruiting Muslims to make them. But will it work? On a Thursday night late last fall, after leaving the Manhattan