The World Cup begins in three weeks, but there is already a powerful image cutting through the excitement and coming pageantry. Brazilian street artist Paulo Ito made the mural above at a school in Pompeia
The network of sites known as the darknet, only accessible through the anonymizing Tor browser, resembles the early internet in many ways — including being difficult to navigate. Most users get around
Google released its Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android yesterday, enabling the Android crowd to access their Mac or PC from afar. The app is a mobile extension of Chrome’s remote desktop screen-sharing
The smartphone industry has come along way in the last few years, and during that time mobile device form factors have evolved quite a bit. While Blackberry still continues to cling on to the physical
America's drug cops are determined to keep weed illegal just to maintain their jobs. Photo via Flickr user Brett Neilson During an April 3 Senate subcommittee meeting on the Drug Enforcement Administration’s
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Dimitris Michalakis' series depicts the social impact of austerity in Greece, and serves as a snapshot into almost half a decade dominated by headlines about social polarity, debt, and economic crisis.
Unsubstantiated fear about vaccines has led to increased rates of unvaccinated children in some surprising corners of the United States, like exclusive New York City private schools. But parents would
Grapefruit, the breakfast staple of the masses, greatly affects the absorption of medication and could lead to a fatal overdose. Since I, myself, am among the 70 percent of Americans who take some form
You already know how babies are made, but at Vienna's Museum for Contraception and Abortion you can learn how people over the centuries have stopped them from being made. Founded in 2007, the Museum for
(but we can fix it) Here’s a simple truth: the internet has radically changed the world. Over the course of the past 20 years, the idea of networking all the world’s computers has gone from a research
Following Facebook's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp last week for $19 billion, BlackBerry CEO John Chen said he would not hesitate to sell his company's messaging service for that much money.
Michael O'Leary admits that passengers would pay extra for everything from meals to baggage Ryanair will offer flights to the US for less than £10 when it eventually buys the long-haul aircraft it needs.