The difference between biological age and chronological age can be used to predict cancer The difference between a person's biological and physical age can predict whether they will get and die from cancer,
Amnesty International has told Sky News that Russia is guilty of some the most "egregious" war crimes it has seen in decades. The human rights organization claims Moscow's warplanes have been deliberately
Thaksin Shinawatra says army rule will isolate Thailand and make it look like Myanmar before reforms Thailand’s former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has called a draft constitution presented by junta
Typically, mobile apps are stand-alone experiences that play nicely with the operating system but aren’t fully integrated in it. Cyanogen — the company best known for its Android-based Cyanogen OS — is
The FBI has shed more light on its involvement in what is shaping up to be the most controversial piece of evidence in the investigation of San Bernardino terror suspect Syed Rizwan Farook: his iCloud
Yelp is on the defense after a Bay Area-based employee published a scathing condemnation of the company on Medium. In the story titled "An Open Letter To My CEO," Talia Jane writes about her experience
Hawaiian cuisine is a melting pot of local and imported flavors. While not as well recognized as say Japanese-fusion food culture, a small Portuguese enclave on the islands has made lasting impact on food
Everyone wants to go to space, apparently The window has officially passed to turn in your astronaut application for NASA, and the numbers are in: more than 18,300 people applied to be in the 2017 class.
A beta version being released on March 1st will support 32-bit machines Earlier this year at CES we saw Remix OS — an Android fork with desktop features that you can load on to pretty much any x86 computer.
The actual definition of 5G is likely to remain nebulous for a while, but that isn't stopping Verizon from announcing today at Mobile World Congress that it's already begun testing the tech for its next-generation
There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet. Buoyed by increased manufacturing output, India's economy grew by 7.4% in the third quarter of 2015, the fastest growth
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Most consumers feel they lack control over personal information on their phones, are suspicious of attempts to use it for marketing appeals and many think the problem is getting a