Sony learned the hard way that crowdsourcing a logo is a bad idea Once upon a time, Sony decided that its now-iconic logo was due for a redesign. The year was 1981, and Sony was on the cusp of a revolution
Popular Science's Best Of What's New Awards, all in one place Each year, Popular Science picks the 100 greatest new innovations in technology to feature in our Best Of What's New issue. Discover the most
Weird & Wild Creatures like crabs, butterflies, snakes, and octopuses sense the world in unusual ways. When humans sniff in order to smell something, we draw a quick puff of air into our nostrils and chemoreceptors
It's important to organize your day around your body's natural rhythms, says Carson Tate, founder and managing partner of management consultancy Working Simply. Tackle complex tasks when your energy's
The public is being warned about a website containing thousands of live feeds to baby monitors, stand-alone webcams and CCTV systems. Data watchdogs across the world have drawn attention to the Russian-based
Procrastination frankly just feels good ... right up to the minute when we recall that we really must get things done. That's when it gets ugly. All of us hop into ninja mode and then scramble around everything
Travel When you check into a hotel room, you assume the maid has cleaned everything, including changing the sheets and disinfecting the bathroom. But a hidden camera investigation revealed that may not
Rights group says female police required to strip and undergo "two-finger test" to prove virginity before recruitment. Human Rights Watch has urged Indonesia's national police to halt "discriminatory"