BlackBerry has finally given in: The Canadian company has created an Android phone. Not only that, but the BlackBerry Priv is a beautiful, expensive, and powerful device. My first smartphone was a BlackBerry.
A futuristic 'garden' that lets you grow food in your home just raised $230,000 on Kickstarter in 4 days
That's what a startup called Grove wants to help you do with its Ecosystem, which they describe as "an intelligent, in-home garden." Grove Labs, a startup based in Sommerville, Massachusetts, was founded
12-foot Columbian mammoth tusk found in Idaho A 12-foot Columbian mammoth tusk has been unearthed in Idaho and scientists say more of the fossil skeleton might still be buried at the site. Researchers
O'Malley is the last man standing among the Democratic also-rans not named "Clinton" or "Sanders." He tried to break into the top tier with a sharp attack on Sanders over the time in 2011 Sanders told
On January 22nd, 2009, Hillary Clinton signed a Non-Disclosure agreement, or NDA, where she agreed to protect highly classified information, and a failure to do so could result in criminal prosecution.
The three Democratic candidates for president sat down for a “forum” on MSNBC on Friday in which each was quizzed separately by host Rachel Maddow. Here’s what we learned about former secretary of state
Hillary Clinton moved to the left on Friday night as the Democratic frontrunner took stronger and more impassioned stances than in the past on police violence and corporate influence in the United States.
Automakers still put CD players into the dashboards of the majority of their cars, which seems strange 14 years after the iPod ushered in the intangible music revolution. Now, finally, the in-dash device's
The FCC has dismissed a petition filed by California nonprofit Consumer Watchdog, asking the commission to require "edge providers" to honor Do Not Track requests. The group named Google, Facebook, YouTube,
Here's a discovery that could make secular parents say hallelujah: Children who grow up in nonreligious homes are more generous and altruistic than children from observant families. A series of experiments
Let me tell you a story of the battle between the “inflation targeters” and the “accelerationists.” You’ll want to hear this bit of economic history because you want to know whether the Fed might raise