You may not be, but they're still on their way. (Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Self-driving cars sound wonderful: A computer program can ferry you to work while you kick back and read a But
Asia Women took to the streets wearing panties on their heads Sunday as they protested new laws banning lace underwear in Kazakhstan. The legislation - which includes provisions covering the required of
The US might not see it immediately, but the world will soon get its first Firefox OS tablet. Mozilla has begun testing its browser-based operating system on tablets and has developed its own tablet prototype.
The first steps toward crafting a next-gen Lara Croft When Sony and Microsoft released their latest consoles in November, the thing everyone wanted to know was how much better the games would look. While
The fossilised remains of an ancient beast have revealed how prehistoric life hauled itself from the water and took its first unsteady steps along the path that led to four-legged land animals. Clues the
James Howells of Wales is one of the Bitcoin community’s most tragic figures. Last June, Howells inadvertently tossed a hard drive containing 7,500 bitcoins, which he had mined back when they were worth
Looking for terrorists in World of Warcraft The National Security Agency, still under the microscope because of leaks from former employee Edward Snowden, has been straddling the line between terrifying
There was plenty on show at this year’s CES, but it seems that Samsung was also sneaking around the event with some new secret technology. Samsung was reported showing off a prototype foldable AMOLED to
Anonymity, long thought to be one of the reasons people misbehave in online games and online in general, may actually be a powerful tool for correcting bad behavior, according to researchers in Singapore.
There's a certain subset of games devoted to letting us break cultural taboos: stealing cars, picking fights with pedestrians, performing all the wanton acts of ultraviolence that polite human society
There's gold in them leaves! They say money doesn't grow on trees, but gold and other precious metals can accumulate in plants. Researchers recently discovered relatively high levels of gold in the leaves
I had signed up to become a hacker for the day. I had no idea what to expect, or how difficult it might be. But it turned out that the hardest part about taking control of somebody else's computer was