In defense of sleep On December 1 of last year at around 7:20 a.m., a speeding commuter train bound for New York City careened off its tracks, killing four and injuring 59. Popular Science is based in
Checking out with PayPal online is about to get a lot easier. Today PayPal introduced a new “in-context” checkout experience, which lets you pay for items at online retailers without getting redirected
If you’re a Java developer, chances are you did pretty well for yourself in 2013. At least, that’s according to statistics from Stack Overflow. Thousands of companies use the website’s Careers 2.0 search
For laptops and tablets, from the future For Intel’s big CES press conference, they promised an ambitious goal: make computer sensors more like human senses. And I don’t know if the product they announced,
A few years ago, physicist Brian Skinnerasked himself: What are the odds I will die in the next year? He was 25. What got him wondering about this, I have no idea, but, hey, it's something everybody asks.
Just when you thought desktops were passe, Lenovo pulls you back in... Just when you thought it was time to give up on desktops, Lenovo has made one worth at least a little notice. With a large 27-inch
The glue—which researchers showed is able to hold fast on live beating hearts—could be a gentler alternative to stitches. Nearly a decade ago, Jeffrey Karp was playing around with a new, biodegradable