The boys of summer are about to come home, but that doesn't make developer Aaron Draczynski's Google Glass baseball app any less rad. Blue uses geolocation to determine what park you're at and feeds all
He will reportedly be in the studio with Keith Olbermann and Dennis Eckersley You can't say TBS isn't willing to try to think outside the box when assembling its new studio team for the 2013 MLB Playoffs.
The federal government collects gobs and gobs of data on people, and thanks to a little something called the Freedom of Information Act, people can make requests to liberate some of it. It sounds simple
The novelist Nicholson Baker makes a case against algebra Nicholson Baker hates math.* The novelist and nonfiction writer spends almost eight pages of this month's Harper's Magazine making the case that
Never. We're probably stuck with our appendix, pinky toes, tailbone and just about all of our other evolutionary holdovers. Wisdom teeth may eventually go, but major changes like losing an appendage (teeth
The first commercial 3-D bioprinter, Organovo's NovoGen MMX Bioprinter, is manufacturing functional liver tissues that will soon help biochemists test new drugs. Here’s a look at the printing process.
Twelve-year-old electronics prodigy Quin Etnyre wanted to make education more fun. So he became a teacher. Quin Etnyre walks to the front of a crowded room at Deezmaker 3D Printers and Hackerspace in California.
Central Valley residents will have a chance to get one of these balloon-shaped antennas attached to their home. Google's ambitious Project Loon, by which broadband could be delivered to remote areas by
To some, Google Glass is nothing more than a notification machine, but there are others who see Glass as an AR headset waiting to happen. OpenGlass is among those looking to give Glass augmented reality
Hewlett-Packard, the once-great technology giant that practically invented Silicon Valley startup culture, is just about done making disastrous decisions that threaten its entire business. (Decisions its
Omate Truesmart - a smartwatch with a built-in five megapixel camera - is set to go into production after hitting its crowdfunding target. The device raised more than $100,000 (£63,760) of pledges on site
The last few years have presented an unprecedented shift in the computing world as PCs are being replaced with mobile devices. But now that a large portion of the market has already shifted, what comes
UC Irvine researchers have published a model to predict how gun control affects homicide rates. As highly debated as the topic of gun control is in America, there's almost no research into the causes gun
I find flying relaxing. Yes, you read that right. Despite the frequent delays, the dirty airports, the intrusive TSA frisking, the cramped seats and the crying babies, I find flying relaxing. That is,
Day 5 of Documerica Week on In Focus, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. In our final photo essay, we visit the northwestern states
Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer is finally admitting what everyone has been thinking: Microsoft made a huge mistake with the Surface RT tablet. Last week, the company disclosed that it lost over $900 million
Apple’s iOS 7 is a mockery of design. Or, a masterpiece. Or, a solid attempt built for Apple’s next billion customers. There really isn’t a consensus. In any event, now that iOS 7 has been redesigned seemingly
What was unusual, however, was the way the family booked: through an Iphone app. "We were surprised," said Carol Cork, director of marketing at PrivateFly, the London-based jet charter company that took
It's not just how long you live that matters. It's healthy life expectancy – the additional years of good health you can expect once you hit 65. And by that measure, a new analysis shows it makes a lot
Since its makeover in May, Google+ has been steadily winning a war of aesthetics over Facebook, which has yet to roll out its redesigned News Feed to all users. While a visual overhaul is a great way draw