I must confess to not being especially riveted by the prospect of knowing what people like myself are thinking about or doing clear across the globe right this very second — especially if I do not now,
From joy and attachment to anxiety and protectiveness, mothering behavior begins with biochemical reactions. The artist Sarah Walker once told me that becoming a mother is like discovering the existence
Your smartphone is changing more than just your habits -- it's changing the way your hands work, too. Swiss researchers have discovered that activity in the brain's cortex associated with index fingers
Slowly but surely, many parts of the world are going cashless, and the effects go beyond quicker checkouts at supermarkets. A new app developed in the UK lets users donate to charities whenever they feel
Google is introducing new ad formats meant to span different screen sizes and types. This is meant to address the disparity between displaying ads on desktop and mobile devices, and is supposed to make
Move over wearables, Darma wants “sittables” to be the new trend as it prepares to launch its smart cushion for your office chair. The device monitors your sitting position, heartbeat, respiration and
We've seen a whole bunch of projection-mapping videos, but this demo raises the bar, training the projection to recognize a model's face and follow her as she moves it. The result is basically real-life
From the editors of ELLE.com, this new app is an Instagram game-changer Just in time for Fashion Week, Instagram has released a new app that will make your videos look cooler and way more professional.
Web developers can find it challenging to fix bugs that users report if they can’t recreate the problem themselves. But FullStory, a company started by a group of ex-Google employees, is building a product
Everyone from McDonald’s to Apple is jumping on the 3-D printing bandwagon. But it’s only when you see live cells being printed right onto a damaged bone that you finally start to grasp what this technology
Facebook wants to be the social layer for the web. Google wants to be the discovery layer, and PayPal wants to be the financial layer. Networked Insights, however, wants to be the consumer intent layer.
Higher levels of maternal vitamin D during pregnancy have been linked to better muscle development in children, say researchers. The study on 678 children, published in Endocrine Research, showed vitamin
Leonardo DiCaprio's new FIA Formula E team adds glitz to a competition designed to showcase EV performance. Electric cars have rounded a corner in their drive to enter the mainstream. Soon, you're going
Artificial Light, like the light from the screen you are looking at right now, is like a drug that we’re all addicted to. And this addiction has taken its toll on modern society in the form of unnatural
If you're stuck with a half-eaten pizza and can't face throwing it away, a startup originally from Seattle has the solution. Leftoverswap's app lets you offer your leftovers to locals, who sign up to notified