A new material design innovation has made wood practically invisible. Just watch for splinters. You don’t have to shop at Ikea to see that Sweden is obsessed with wood. Over 57% of the country is covered
Donald Trump says he would force Mexico to pay for a border wall as president by threatening to cut off the flow of billions of dollars in payments that immigrants send home to the country, an idea that
The 350-year-old mystery of why pendulum clocks hanging from the same wall can influence each other and synchronize over time may hold even more secrets than previously thought, researchers say. Solving
Last Thursday, Microsoft showed off its Seeing AI app for the first time. It's still under development, but it looks extremely promising. Using a smartphone camera or a pair of camera-equipped smart glasses,
(CNN) — The North Korea monitoring project 38 North says that satellite imagery shows "suspicious activity" at a nuclear enrichment site in North Korea. Plumes of exhaust steam, a byproduct of heating
Microsoft admits that it could have prevented its chatbot Tay from turning into a raging racist online. The company launched the bot as an experiment in AI on Wednesday, and in less than a day, it began
The term "Shanghaied" refers to the 19th-century practice of sailors forced to serve against their will on vessels bound for Shanghai and other ports in China. Victims were often from West Coast port such
But users won't be speaking to a person, they'll be talking to "Tay," Microsoft's new bot that's powered by artificial intelligence. The easiest way to converse with Tay is on Twitter. It's at @tayandyou.
Mozzy shares the new video for "Word Up" and talks about getting the Bay buzzing with his uncompromising, matter-of-fact music. Photos by @tstrongvfx, courtesy of Mozzy Basically everything you need to
What exactly is a "life hack"? It's any simple tip you might stumble upon that changes your life or at least some aspect of it. It's basically a trick that will help make life easier. Life hacks aren't
Written by Tom Jenkins, CNN Sebastian the Jamaican red crab may have preached the virtues of living "Under the Sea" in Disney's "The Little Mermaid," but so far humans have failed to come round to the
World One terror group killed nearly 11,000 people in 2015 — and it wasn't ISIS. While the Sunni militants in Syria and Iraq dominated the headlines in 2015, Boko Haram was killing more people than ever
UCLA scientists created a metal with 'record breaking' strength and stiffness-to-weight. Scientists at UCLA have found a new way to inject silicon carbide nanoparticles into a molten alloy of magnesium
Stop bombing us before talking about helping us… That is the reaction from Western-backed rebels in Syria to Russia’s offer of support in fighting the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Russian air strikes
(CNN) — Amid the incessant crackle of gunfire, the soldiers usher the cowering men through darkened rooms. The men are barefoot, most of them wearing long robes, some with large stains. As voices holler
Sometime around 1907, well before the modern randomized clinical trial was routine, American psychiatrist Henry Cotton began removing decaying teeth from his patients in hopes of curing their mental disorders.