It's called Le Max Pro, and it's not French. Just a few years ago, we might have scoffed at the idea of buying a smartphone from a Chinese OEM. Now, with companies like Huawei and ZTE showing us that pedigree
TravelIntelligent Travel Don’t just see the world, seize it. From swimming with whale sharks in Baja California to horseback riding across Mongolia, these eight wild adventures turn vacations into calls
'A digital screwdriver that allows you to manipulate how things behave' Whether we like it or not, more and more of the world's objects are coming online. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC standards are all being
The former Secret Service personnel was not "Worthy of Trust and Confidence." Shaun Bridges, the second federal agent taken to court for stealing Bitcoins while investigating Silk Road, has been sentenced
WonderHowTo A research breakthrough in lithium-oxygen battery development could now make the ‘ultimate battery’ a possibility, as a number of barriers to development appear to have been overcome. Lithium-oxygen
Smartphones are useful, even necessary, but most of us are haunted by the dreaded charging woes which come with such powerful and portable computing devices. The situation has definitely been improving,
Against an assumption that has prevailed in scientific communities for over eighty years, researchers at Oregon State University believe that potassium can be used to create a replacement for lithium-ion
If you were paying very close attention to the Android scene, then you might remember the Fairphone 1, a mid-tier device that put an emphasis on acquiring all of its parts and labor in an ethical way.
The human genome is littered with unique genes that may have been important to our evolution. And they’re a bit like Oreos. The human genome contains between 20,000 and 25,000 genes. Most of these pre-date
Younger-looking skin, more energy and a revved-up sex drive? All promises of the latest form of hormone therapy. Could it really hold the key to better health? Anna Magee reports Hormonal health is about
Yesterday we spent some time at the Oculus Connect event, where we were able to try out the new Samsung Gear VR, as well as get some hands-on time with the Oculus Rift. We already gave our reactions to
“Darkness is commonplace; it is light that is the rarity.” The sense of wonder cast by light in an otherwise impenetrable darkness is the driving force behind these unique, gunpowder-generated prints.
Forget body language or eye movements. There are much better ways to identify the deceitful. This story is part of BBC Future’s “Best of 2015” list, our greatest hits of the year. Browse the full list.
It is thought that the stress of long hours can trigger biological changes in the body which lead to deadly disease It is said that hard work never killed anyone, but a new study suggests that staying
Some people seem to lack the capacity to feel joy, sorrow or love. David Robson discovers the challenges and surprising advantages of “alexithymia”. Caleb is telling me about the birth of his son, now
Researchers in Australia have developed a new way of printing 3D structures that closely resemble layered brain tissue In the latest effort to build an artificial laboratory model of the brain, Australian
The USPTO (U.S. Patent & Trademark Office) is full of patents from every manufacturer out there. Some make it to the market, other’s don’t, and a select few of them are simply insane. We are not sure which