Utrecht University in the Netherlands found that odours produced by our bodies can communicate happiness to others It is said that happiness is contagious and now scientists believe they may know why.
And can it hurt you? The chemicals making your e-cigarette taste like cotton candy may be harmful to your health, even when they're advertised as being safe. In a new study on the flavorings that go into
Tim and Adrien Soret, brothers from Paris, were quietly developing a Studio Ghibli-inspired dark fantasy game when the Cyberpunk Jam digitally rolled into town in early 2014. They took a break from their
One spring morning in Tucson, Arizona, in 1994, an unknown philosopher named David Chalmers got up to give a talk on consciousness, by which he meant the feeling of being inside your head, looking out
Life In JapanAn 18-part look inside Japan's game industry: Night Cry, Scalebound, Final Fantasy 15, Street Fighter 5, Summer Lesson and more On the cover by Matt Leone » @LattMeone Tweet • Share When launched
Child care proceedings challenged after judge tells father he has a legal requirement to take his sons to Catholic mass A judge has ordered a father to take his children to Roman Catholic mass as part
According to industry analysts, video games account for several billions of dollars in revenue every single year. That’s an astounding number and speaks to the relative health of the gaming industry. could
Hobby games giant Mayfair Games, makers of Settlers of Catan, is bringing to life The Cones of Dunshire, the fictional game from NBC's Parks and Recreation with its first ever Kickstarter campaign. The
Whether through Newton's gravitation, Maxwell's electrodynamics, Einstein's special and general relativity or quantum mechanics, all the equations that best describe our universe work perfectly if time
The Snuggling Industry Takes Off, but Clothes Stay On; Spooning or Tickling Sessions for a Fee By Stephanie Armour Stephanie Armour The Wall Street Journal Biography @stepharmour1 Stephanie.Armour@wsj.com
Naturally, it runs Android Microsoft’s Surface tablet has inspired a few clones during its short history, but the latest rip off comes from three ex-Google engineers. Jeremy Zhou, David Ko, and Ben Luk
General Electric 1 of 4 General Electric released images on Wednesday from its first clinical trial of a next generation body scanner that captures bones, blood vessels and organs in high-definition. patients
The Plate 4 Minute Read If you spend any time around cooks, you might hear some version of this comment: “Cooking is an art. But baking… ooh, that’s science.” What people mean, usually, is that baking
The secret sauce in Lizard Squad's malicious attack on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network over the Christmas holiday was accomplished using a network of hacked consumer-grade routers, reports Krebsonsecurity.com.
A game design student at the Zurich University of the Arts (also known as ZHdK) is working on an HD mod of Paper Mario, released in North American in 2001 for Nintendo 64. The student goes by the handle
IDEAS Barker is the author of Barking Up The Wrong Tree Wandering minds are associated with creativity. Popular wisdom tells you to live in the moment. Huh? So is it better to be unfocused or focused?
The hobby board game space is a huge market, by some estimations close to $75 million dollars in North America alone. But sometimes you just can't find the kind of game you want to play. That's why one