Beneath the sand of this picturesque island chain lies a brutal and bloody past that’s still being unearthed. Scientists are still discovering full skeletons that lay buried in the little-known “Murder
Are more planets hiding in our solar system? It was first seen just a month ago. A tiny blip of light was seen to be moving through the sky by the PanSTARRS1 telescope in Hawaii. The number-crunching followed
On the third anniversary of Longworth’s beloved podcast, the Old Hollywood historian remembers the scandalous tales that took her by surprise. Even in a culture obsessed with the future, Karina Longworth’s
The team probably won't end up with Czocha castle, the current site, but they promise to acquire and refurbish an "honest-to-Merlin castle" in Poland. That's potentially great news not just for would-be
Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Larry Ellison all grabbed the top spots for their home states of Washington, Nebraska, and California, respectively — no big surprise, considering they're three of the men
In the early 1900s, Seattle-based photographer Edward S. Curtis embarked on a project of epic scale, to travel the western United States and document the lives of Native Americans still untouched by Western
So, with this in mind, we decided to go back to the mysterious Google Ads settings page to see just how much Google had figured out about each of us over the course of our plugged-in lives. But before
Ingress certainly has a following among augmented reality gamers, but its relative lack of direction can be intimidating -- especially if you're a newcomer. Where do you go first? As of today, you'll have
"Death travelers" are bringing back stories of life beyond death. They can fly through walls or circle the planets, turn into pure light or meet long-dead relatives. Many have blissful experiences of love.
(CNN) — Neil Harbisson is the world's first legally recognized cyborg. He has an antenna implanted into his skull that gives him access to something he was born without: the ability to perceive color.
Can more transparency help you drink more water? As a biomedical computing student at Queen’s University seven years ago, Justin Lee knew he wanted to build his own "internet of things" device — but he
Inspired by the octopus, we’re on the road to creating materials that render things almost invisible. Yet as Philip Ball points out, the history of camouflage and our limited understanding of how creatures
Weird Science Although it's far from the sort of brain transplant beloved by science fiction enthusiasts, scientists have taken one step in that direction: they have spliced a key human brain gene into
It feels like my Canon Pixma inkjet is perpetually low on ink -- color ink, in particular. One of the three color ink tanks seems to be always low or out of ink. I often print a document in color when