There are few more challenging career paths than becoming a lawyer. Four years of college, three years of law school, and after all that, you still have to study for months and months and sit for the exam.
"Stress is our perception of what's happening outside of us and the power we give it," says Lauren E. Miller, author and stress expert. If you can adopt Miller's definition of the phenomenon as your own,
If you give a dad a daughter... he'll probably wonder what to do with her. Especially if he's a man's man. If you give a dad a daughter... he'll probably wonder what to do with her. Especially if he's
Rust-Oleum's NeverWet Multi-Surface Liquid Repelling Treatment looks like frosted glass, but this amazing coating repels water like nothing we've seen. When the PR department of a paint company promises
If email is first in line for disruption, messaging has to be second. A new company launching out of TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013 has a fresh take on our most favoritest form of communication. Talkz asks
This delicious quinoa recipe bursting with superfoods is perfect to make on the weekend and eat throughout the week. This delicious quinoa recipe bursting with superfoods is perfect to make in large quantities
Answer: nothing. Just take the kids to the toy store and everything will be fine. Sakakibara-Kikai is a Japanese robotics manufacturer that specializes in futuristic, semi-outlandish robotic exoskeletons.
Virtual water that actually looks close to water Water almost never looks quite like water when it's rendered: there a lot of variables involved with a fluid splashing around, after all. But this virtual
Blame the skirts. The inventor of the modern hovercraft, Christopher Cockerell, once imagined that his vehicle would cross the Atlantic at 100 miles per hour, an ocean liner coasting on air. While small
A technological twofer! It's not exactly a solar panel. It's more like a solar dish. And not only does it generate electricity, it makes water, too. Researchers at companies and universities in Switzerland
In your face! Palmer Luckey built his first virtual-reality (VR) headset for a simple reason: Every attempt he'd seen, including his own collection of 46 pairs of goggles, failed in one way or another—too
What if monitoring your heart rate, hydration or even exposure to the sun were as simple as wearing a little adhesive strip? Welcome to the future, where your body is technology's new frontier. MC10's
Box released a new feature on Thursday that allows its customers to create and edit files from within the cloud storage service’s application. Dubbed Box Edit, it works with the common file formats such
Feeling unsafe? Switch on your protective lingerie. In the wake of a highly publicized series of brutal rapes in India, a group of engineering students devised a way to help women deter sexual assault:
Where would we be without the Walkman? A surprising number of the technologies that define life today got their start in the 1980s. Take a trip back to the time of Pac-Man, Walkmans, and Reaganomics to
Alipay has launched a new payment system in the Beijing subway that uses sound waves to connect smartphones with vending machines. The sound wave payment system was introduced with the Alipay Wallet mobile
A Windows 8.1 option to boot to desktop? That seductive rumor has been making the rounds over the weekend. What could be a reflection of wishful thinking, a post at WinBeta (via Neowin), cites a Russian-language
While chatter on the next iPhone continues to grow following the arrivals of several high-profile smartphones, consumers might see the refresh of another popular Apple device in stores soon. According
Calculating air travel is a surprisingly tough math challenge. If you consider how many things have to go right for it to work, passenger flight is a seamless experience almost all of the time. Except
All enterprises, regardless of what they produce or the services they deliver, are really information businesses. The accuracy, speed and precision of IT systems means the difference between winning or
The latest Google Chrome update on the stable release channel reached version 26, with the most important change it brings being the improved spell-checker. Namely, the “Ask Google for suggestions” feature
This foot-and-mouth virus has a stable exterior, but no genetic material in its interior. Call it hollow-hearted. Researchers have built a mimic of the outer capsule of the foot-and-mouth disease virus.
A couple of months ago, Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars announced that he was building a curvy, loopy and for some reason, largely see-through building, to be made with the help of Enrico Dini’s 3D