“So, where else are you applying?” It’s a question—sneaky, disquieting, and likely familiar to anyone who’s applied for a job—that used to be asked by many of America’s 4,800 colleges. Nervous applicants’
Apple is no stranger to patent lawsuits, but a more recent suit filed by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s licensing branch may prove a costly loss for the iPhone maker. A United States jury found
Our bodies get us from point A to point B, but it's our minds that interpret, structure, and define our entire world — and, what's more, give it meaning. Unfortunately, our minds don't always play nice.
Scientists are hard at work preparing to create humanity’s second home. One day, when earth is destroyed by war or rising seas or a wayward asteroid, humanity will be extinguished—and along with it reality
Here's what the science says about how fermented foods can boost your mood. The human gut is home to trillions of bacteria that affect not just our digestion, but also the way we think, feel and behave.
Would you share your home with a robot or work side by side with one? People are starting to do both, which has put the relationship we have with them under the spotlight and exposed both our love and
Diet & Fitness / Updated / Source: TODAY By Linda Carroll Why would anyone WANT to eat a banana peel? Once the butt of cartoon slip-and-fall jokes, the lowly banana peel is now being hyped as a health
Security bug means Android smartphones running Android Lollipop can be broken into by simply entering a very long password causing the lockscreen to crash A bug has ben found which allows anyone in possession
I’m generally optimistic about the ability of the world’s farmers to continue to feed the growing population, and also to satisfy the increased food demand of the growing middle class in previously poor
Researchers from Indiana University and the Georgia Institute of Technology said that security holes in both iOS and OS X allow a malicious app to steal passwords from Apple’s Keychain, as well as both