With Sony and Microsoft releasing their respective next-generation consoles this month, video game enthusiasts may already have a clear idea of which console they favor, if they want to upgrade at all.
If you thought Motorola and its Moto X Maker helped you customize a unique smartphone, then prepare for even more. The Google-owned company has just announced Ara, a hardware platform that is entirely
The rumors are flying thick and fast around the Samsung Galaxy S5, with a possible launch date in January now mooted, which would mean accelerating Samsung’s already warp-speed innovation and underline
The search-and-destroy mission against the HIV virus just got much more complicated. New research suggests that HIV's genetic program is far more abundant in certain dormant T-cells of infected patients
The type of oral bacteria a person carries is determined more by genetics than lifestyle, one study suggests. Every human mouth is unique. In each, a diverse microbial community thrives, in the spit, plaque,
Perhaps we should start paying attention again to the scientists and their science-y science stuff. "We're in the post-antibiotic era," he continued. "There are patients for whom we have no therapy, and
Researchers have started to figure out how DNA fine-tunes faces. In experiments on mice, they have identified thousands of regions in the genome that act like dimmer switches for the many genes that code
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, shot dead in police gun battle following Boston Marathon bombing, named by prosecutors as participant in 2011 triple murder The dead Boston Marathon bombing suspect was named as a participant
WNBC, the network-owned TV station in New York City, discovers that nicotine is not the only drug delivered by e-cigarettes: More and more, people are smoking marijuana out of e-cigarettes and vapor pens—right
An anti-dopamine drug could block the addictive rush associated with THC. Researchers from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the University of Massachusetts Medical School have found a way to block
An implant releases medication in response to dopamine. Taking a medication every day, or multiple times a day, is way too much work. You're bound to forget every once in a while. So what if you could
Last week, the BMJ announced that it was finally implementing a practice that it had been discussing since the mid 1990s. Research partly or fully funded by the tobacco industry will no longer be published
Time to play "name that cortex." Can you point out the small squiggle of gray matter that makes up the brain's motor cortex? Or how about the eye fields, which control visual attention and eye movements?
Netflix has been coy about how “binge-watching” is affecting its business, but it may drop a big hint in its earnings report later today. And if it does, investors could get hit pretty hard. The issue
Ask Michael Hofmann how he met his girlfriend, Addi, and he'll tell you, with a laugh, "www.Match.com." He signed up for the online dating site shortly after moving to D.C., last year. He was finding hard
Bloomberg's gotten word from the perennial "people familiar with the matter" that HTC is building an Android-based smartwatch that's set for release in the latter half of 2014. While other features and
Two convicted killers who escaped from a Florida prison with the help of falsified documents appeared in court Sunday as officials vowed to arrest whoever helped them flee. Joseph Jenkins and Charles both
NEW YORK — After a long and raucous dinner party on a recent weeknight, guests decamped to a loft in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood, perhaps the most desirable chunk of real estate in the city that sleeps.
Ai Aoyama is a sex and relationship counsellor who works out of her narrow three-storey home on a Tokyo back street. Her first name means "love" in Japanese, and is a keepsake from her earlier days as
Bitcoin, the cryptographic peer-to-peer digital currency, has reached a new price high since the market crash in April this year. Over the two weeks to 21 October, the value of one bitcoin rose by almost
Answer by Ian McCullough, Armchair Political Analyst, on Quora, There are huge changes going on in the South – and that’s part of the reason that Conservatives from that region have become so incredibly
One of the top US credit bureaus was scammed into selling social security numbers to a Vietnamese hacker for months, according to a report from Krebs on Security. Experian — one of the three national credit