Supercar performance, raucous V8 engines, and four doors. These five sedans don't look like supercars. They have no carbon tubs or active aerodynamic tricks that make them look like low-flying spacecraft.
Google has officially launched Android Wear, an initiative to extend the Android operating system to wearable tech. Google says Android Wear devices will launch “later this year” and claims to be working
Tagged off Florida, the mature female is now closing in on the U.K.'s Cornish coast. Ever since researchers tagged a great white shark nicknamed Lydia off Jacksonville, Florida, in March 2013, they've
Populations are growing and cities are booming – but could we soon see skyscrapers turned into centres for crop production? From Chicago warehouses to the south pole growth chamber in Antarctica, the of
A bionic hand that allows the wearer to experience genuine feeling has been developed in Switzerland. The prosthetic limb returns the sensation of touch to users by connecting sensors to nerves in their
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Darwin and others said skin cancer couldn't influence the evolution of skin color. A new study makes the case that it did. When it comes to skin color, the idea that we're really all the same isn't just
The ghost of calamari past... Do animals without backbones, such as squids, crabs, and lobsters, feel pain? New research suggests they do. Evolutionary neurobiologist Robyn Crook and colleagues at the
Maybe don't believe hearsay from Russian media when they're currently invading a country. According to a Voice of Russia report that has now mysteriously vanished, two American drones were shot down over
The size of a small cauliflower, the human brain is the most complex organ in your body. It squeezes out 70,000 thoughts a day. But where does it store information? And how does it generate flights of
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Outside researchers haven't been able to reproduce the papers' results. One of the scientists involved in two milestone stem cell papers now wants to withdraw the papers. Late in January, a team of American
Nobody hurt in blast outside building in Egypt's capital, hours after police shot dead man suspected of January bombing. A homemade bomb has exploded in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo, security
A novel treatment in clinical trials This is the Obalon system. It is a pill that has a balloon inside. Obalon is a weight-loss device, marketed as an alternative to bariatric surgery, that claims to people
Google Hundreds of new top-level domain names (the last bit of a web address, like .com) will hit the web this year. Of nearly 2,000 proposed domains, 101 belong to Google, one of the largest single applicants.
On days like these -- when cold snow creeps over the tops of our boots and we're glad to be packed into a crowded subway car simply for the heat -- very few things make us warm and happy. Hot chocolate
If Chipotle is Blockbuster, could Burritobox be Redbox? Piping hot tortillas filled with free-range chicken, grass-fed beef, uncured bacon, and cage-free eggs. Cold guacamole and sour cream. Hot sauce.
Archaeologists have discovered the tomb and mummy of a previously unheard-of pharaoh. Woseribre Senebkay was found close to a larger burial site in Abydos, which researchers unearthed earlier this month
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“Grow[ing] up … that is a terribly hard thing to do. It is much easier to skip it and go from one childhood to another.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald“Where no hope is left, is left no fear.” — John Milton Confidence
Parking is one of the few pains that people and cities share. When you need a space, you can’t find it. Or if you do find one, it’s too far away. Or it costs too much and you’re running out of time. All
When you hear the word “Google” the first thing you probably think of is searching the internet. Likewise, when you verbalize the act of searching the internet you likely use “Google” as your verb of me