It has been three years since the credit-card sized Raspberry Pi launched. The Pi, and its community web pages, try to tempt the public and students to burrow beneath the bonnet of their computers, beyond
Researchers find the gesture creates better cooperation and trust between humans - even when it is carried out by a robot Shaking hands before negotiations results in a better deal for both parties - when
The chief executive of Apple, Tim Cook, has announced he is donating most of his wealth to charity before he dies. The head of the world's most profitable company is worth over $800m (£537m). Mr Cook Fortune
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More than 25 million people in 190-plus countries have used its service, helping it reach a massive $13 billion valuation. One of the biggest reasons for its rapid growth is its strong data science technology.
When Kipman took the stage on Wednesday to show off the HoloLens, most of his presentation focused on how the headset helps you virtually create things you wouldn't be able to on a traditional computer.
Narendra Raval, a steel tycoon, is one of Kenya’s most successful entrepreneurs. He is the founder of Devki Group, a $650 million (annual revenues) Kenyan conglomerate that manufactures steel products,
If you have spent a good portion of your life learning a skill while others played, working while others slept, putting your money into investments while others were just spending; you are probably sitting
Britain's spy agency, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), has opened its doors to the media, giving the public its first look at how the organization operates on a day-to-day basis. The
Sean Kim is the creator of The Growth List, helping you create a business around your lifestyle. This post originally appeared on AccelBlog. Many of you have probably heard of Google Analytics already.
Messi is the second highest-paid athlete in the world, and the highest paid soccer player, according to Forbes, after boxer Floyd Mayweather and ahead of his rival Cristiano Ronaldo. Despite his insane
Here's How Google Is Going To Stop The Internet From Breaking When An Extra Second Is Added On June 30
It's doing so because 2015 is going to be longer: Scientists at the International Earth Rotation Service have announced a "leap second" will be added June 30 to compensate for the Earth's slowing rotation.
Is Apple finally making a cheaper laptop? Apple appears to be working towards a thinner and totally redesigned MacBook. A curiously timed report from 9to5Mac, just as the Consumer Electronics Show opens
The Chinese startup sold over 60 million smartphones last year, and it recently raised over $1 billion in funding at a $45 billion valuation. The company is exploding. Part of the reason why Xiaomi has
Crude oil has dropped 50% in just 6 months At under $50/barrel, gasoline is now selling for under $2/gallon in many USA locations. This is a price rollback to 2008 – something almost no one expected in
The process took her three years and one month. "In November of , I moved to my own place in the city, single and without children," she remembers. "I took a job with an investment adviser and slowly
The Affalterbach-based Mercedes performance division recently released the first pictures of the all-new C63 sports sedan. In addition to the standard C63, the company will also offer a more powerful called
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home National Geographic’s Dan Vergano contributed reporting to this story, as well as writing and editing. If I could post it with a shared byline, I would! The moon
By Laura Shin Sometimes it feels like being good with your money is hard. And being bad with your money? Well, you think, that’s easy. But actually, all that's required to be good with your money is a
Whether it’s designing a supersonic vehicle, helping the blind to see or creating space history, what can we learn from the great minds behind these feats? Our series The Genius Behind has taken you inside
This year, he's vowing to become a bookworm and to create his own book club of sorts. Zuckerberg says he will read one book every other week for the entire year, and he'll post the current book he's reading
The science of engine sounds. From the January 2015 issue of Car and Driver What separates a Porsche flat-six from a Toyota Avalon V-6—aside from the bank angle, the power output, the engine location,