It might seem like science fiction but a new implant which attaches directly to the spine could help paralysed people walk again Paralysed patients have been given new hope of recovery after rats with
Even more difficult? Landing on the surface of a tiny, spinning, rocky comet. Humans have never landed on a comet before, but the European Space Agency hopes to on Nov. 12 in what might be the hardest
Gift Guide It seems like everybody wants the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. But what if Apple products just don't do it for you? Here are five iPhone alternatives that will help you stand out from the
(Reuters/Chris Keane/AP/Carolyn Kaster/Reuters/Lucas Jackson/Photo montage by Salon) With a new congressional majority, Republicans may finally pursue a long-stated goal. Here’s why it’s so warped November
Did someone say poor battery life and resource hogging bloatware? These are all too familiar complaints in the world of Android, so you might be interested in this little collection of the biggest culprits.
(Updated with Apple statement below.) A new class of malware targeted at OS X and iOS is spreading like wildfire in China, according to new research by Palo Alto Networks. Dubbed WireLurker, the trojan
Barack Obama (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) After the GOP had a big election in 2010, the president gave way too much ground. Here’s why this time’s different November 6, 2014 12:00pm (UTC) There was a
There's no such thing as a free lunch, or is there? Microsoft's Office suite for iPad, iPhone, and Android is now free. In a surprise move, the software giant is shaking up its mobile Office strategy keep