Someday, commercial drones might become so prevalent, it would be impossible to look up without seeing at least one in the sky. NASA and a number of drone enthusiasts believe that in order to keep those
Cannabis or "weed" is, in practical terms, going mainstream. It's no longer exclusively sold from basements and back alleys; in 23 states and Washington D.C., it's sold from licensed and bonded shops.
It's science! It's 4:15 in the afternoon, and I'm standing in a conference room in my office. I've had more than a few beers. My normal day is a little less Don Draper, but on this particular afternoon
Messaging apps are becoming the most heavily-used type of app in a majority of key markets worldwide, based on both smartphone sessions and time spent in apps. However, according to new data from App the
Pixar co-founder John Lasseter says the next big thing for movies is the iPhone, the GoPro, and the other tiny cameras that we're all carrying around. He even expects to see award-winning feature films
There isn't much of a market for virtual reality games at the moment, but Ubisoft thinks it can help create one. Company chief Yves Guillemot tells investors that Ubi is developing a "certain number" titles
If you’ve got a dirty mouth that would make Gordon Ramsay feel ashamed, Bleep for iOS, could be the solution. The app allows you to film videos or grab them from your camera roll and then tap to censor
The drones are here to serve both as a reminder this is not a traditional fashion show, and that we are in the backyard where new technologies are being imagined. Today it's human models. Tomorrow, robots.
A recent study conducted at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine found that secondhand cannabis smoke can intoxicate nonsmokers under "extreme conditions," meaning unventilated rooms. It's the first comprehensive