An international team of scientists recently published groundbreaking research indicating quantum computers aren’t handicapped by a classical view of time. Grab a cup of coffee, we’ll explain. The researchers
Earlier this month, the California department of health released guidelines warning residents to avoid putting mobile phones up to their heads. “Keep your phone away from your body,” the state health writes.
Many of my clients assume they should be eating fresh, raw produce to reap the most health perks possible. But the reality is, several studies have debunked conventional wisdom about the best ways to prep,
(CNN) — You've probably heard by now -- most likely while you were parked in front of your TV or computer -- that sitting kills. In a perfect world, we would spend more time at work and home on our feet.
Help me. I’m on a laptop running Windows 8 right now. Like many others, I hate it and think it’s the worst operating system since the not-so-distant Vista. Blockchain and cryptocurrency news minus the
We take long showers, change clothes every day and wash our hands regularly. Is this doing us more harm than good? What’s your routine? Do you shower every morning, or skip a few days? Do you change the
Seoul (CNN) — South Korea has accepted an offer from Pyongyang for talks in its truce village of Panmunjeom, South Korea's Unification Ministry said. The talks will be held next Thursday, November 26,
While many of us would pass by the average thrift store painting, artist Dave Pollot sees their untapped potential. For years, we’ve admired his humorous repurposing of the discarded art that he finds
fastcoexist.com - About the author Adele Peters is a staff writer at Fast Company who focuses on solutions to some of the world's largest problems, from climate change to homelessness. Previously, she worked with GOOD, BioLite, and the Sustainable Products and Solutions program at UC Berkeley. More
Greece’s very existence owes more to tyranny than philosophy – no wonder its people reject its creditors’ severity – but Germany has its own baggage too In an arty cinema at the end of the 60s I watched
An expert explains how to do it smarter, and why some materials muck up the sorting process. Maybe you’ve found yourself mystified by the symbols and rules of recycling. Counterintuitively, the single-stream
Science News The assortments of bacteria that live within the intestines of isolated tribes are far more diverse than the microbes found in the guts of Americans — and scientists say such findings have
Coffee drinkers received some good news this week from new research pointing to the benefits of the popular beverage. A new study from scientists in Korea found drinking between one and five cups of coffee
The Most Ambitious Artificial Intelligence Project In The World Has Been Operating In Near Secrecy For 30 Years
IBM's Watson and Apple's Siri stirred up a hunger and awareness throughout the U.S. for something like a Star Trek computer that really worked — an artificially intelligent system that could receive instructions
The mayor of the California town where buses carrying children from Central America were blocked by angry protesters last week has claimed that future migrant convoys would be welcomed and shown compassion.
Somali-based Islamists say they carried out deadly new attacks weeks after 73 died close to Lamu island Al-Shabaab gunmen killed 29 people in twin raids near Kenya's coast on Saturday, as a foreign tourist
Spoiler: that hemp flax granola you’re buying is probably made by Haliburton. How Republican are your cornflakes? How Democratic your Spaghetti-Os? If these are the sorts of questions that keep you up
You could have fooled us. Wait, actually, you did. The best special effects are often the ones you never notice–which may make Ikea the most skillful special effects studio in the world. The Swedish furniture