With CES 2015 finished up, awards given and hundreds of tech reviewers ready to crash for a few days to recover from the adventure, it is time to start thinking about what comes next in the world of Android.
Android smartphone owners who aren’t running the latest version of their operating system might get some nasty surprises from malicious hackers in 2015. That’s because one of the core components of their
Humans—and mice—are much more likely to feel empathy toward friends than strangers. New research finds that stress hormones are to blame, writes Robert M. Sapolsky Among the many contradictions of humans,
A pair of architects help a client carve out an oasis of calm amid São Paulo’s bustle. Led by AR Architects, the update mixes Brazilian Brutalism with contemporary cool. Once home to modernist architect
Taking a look back at the week’s news across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit highlights a number of stories including Google reducing security on older Android devices with WebView, almost
Back at the end of 2013 a rather momentous anime release likely slipped under the collective radar of many people. It was a complete collection of arguably one of the greatest and most influential anime
Every major gaming outlet recently wrapped up the year with a top ten or so list of best games, ultimately culminating in a coveted Game of the Year award. The game running away with the most high honors?
Today, architecture and design in Australia is more vibrant and exciting than ever. Architecture firm _naturehumaine designs a dream hideaway in eastern Quebec. In January 2003, we issued a challenge 16
An Austin firm creates a home for a family in the Texas capital that sits among the trees. Designed as a prefabricated monolithic steel grid, the boathouse’s orthogonal frame was delivered from Houston
Gazing at a remarkable view for the first time is one of travel’s greatest thrills – and these 10 landscapes are among the most mind-blowing we’ve ever seen. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA Yellowstone
Why are we giving Bitcoin house room? Surely it is akin to a counterfeiting scam promoted by people who like the idea of their computer making them rich without lifting much more than a finger? The story
The 2013 National Geographic Photography Contest is now well underway! With over 1,000 entries so far, it’s going to be tough for the judges to pick out their favorites. If you’ll remember, last year,