Cut your meat like this and it will reward you with extreme tenderness Maybe it’s happened to you: You slap down a pricey Jurassic-sized slab of meat on a grill and cook it to juicy, medium-rare perfection.
Biometrics could be the latest technology to benefit from Apple’s touch The era of one-tap authentication is about to begin. Apple's announcement today of a fingerprint scanner in the iPhone 5s brings
When the money is water, "wealthier" monkeys take more risks. Which makes them a decent model for human behavior. Much like their human cousins, wealthy primates are more likely to monkey around with money,
The National Security Agency’s most wanted man and newly minted Russian resident, Edward Snowden, has revealed new details about the ability of intelligence agencies to crack supposedly secret communications.
Samsung has confirmed that it will reveal the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and Galaxy Note III smartphone in Berlin on September 4, prior to the IFA trade show and the same day Sony wants to launch to launch
A teenage boy has died of bubonic plague in Kyrgyzstan, health officials have confirmed, adding that an epidemic was not likely. The 15-year-old was a herder from a small mountain village of Ichke-Zhergez
The notion of hotspots for scientific research in the US is not a new concept. When I left Jerusalem for postdoctoral studies in the US nearly 15 years ago, my PhD mentor had carefully explained to me
Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works division is building a drone that will be able to transport cars, storage containers, and eventually even pods full of soldiers for DARPA. The drone, which will be called
The latest trailer for Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division shows off the game's companion gaming feature, in which players on mobile devices can log into and participate in other players' games. Players
Surveying every IP address on the internet isn’t an easy task, and if you don’t have the luxury of a botnet, a single scan can take months. Luckily, some researchers at the University of Michigan have
A burst of brain activity just after the heart stops may be the cause of so-called near-death experiences, scientists say. The insight comes from research involving nine lab rats whose brains were analyzed
From mono no aware, the awareness of the transience of things, to wabi-sabi, the appreciation of imperfection, Japanese design... Sit back, relax, and imagine enjoying a cocktail shaken up in your own
It's shockingly, disturbingly easy for the government to snoop on your emails. Here are your weapons in the fight for secure email. Many of us had assumed our feeble Gmail passwords were secure enough