Who doesn’t like great iPad apps? At iPad Insight we definitely do. With that in mind, we offer up a quick review of an excellent iPad app, or a few great iPad apps, here each week. Our picks for Best
You're gonna want allll the excuses to make this. Even if you've never stepped foot inside a Cheesecake Factory, you know the chain likely excels at one thing: cheesecake. Fortunately for all you cheesecake-obsessed
Text size There are a couple different perspectives, at least, one can have on tablet computers and the future of the personal computer at any time, and research firms IDC and Canalys the last 24 hours
Amazon has revealed a new firmware update that'll hit its Kindle e-readers later this month, and it sounds like the software will make it even easier to — you guessed it — buy books from Amazon. There's
While Amazon has continuously updated its Kindle hardware, the interface has been left largely untouched. Thankfully, an update rolling out this week will fix that. The new home screen highlights books
Trying to find other ways to spend your time besides the regular Netflix and chill? Put reading more on that list, especially with the newest updates rolling out to Kindle ereaders this month. The new
Neuroscientists at MIT have found a way to "turn on" a gene that's critical for brain development. Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have taken a major step forward in the quest
A few weeks back, it seemed everyone and their Aunt Fannies were making Dorie Greenspan’s sunny yogurt cake, the recipe that accompanied the beloved cookbook authors’ biweekly #EverydayDorie column. It’s
Renato Bialetti, the coffee king whose name is synonymous with the iconic aluminum stovetop esspresso makers, died last week at the age of 93. In an unusual and strangely befitting tribute, the ashes this
Farmers market report: California avocados are in season. Here's what to do with them. - Los Angeles Times
What's in season: With the abundance of avocados found year-round at the supermarket, owing largely to international imports, it might be hard to imagine that the tropical fruit even has a growing season.
Scientists at University College London have made a discovery which makes mice pain-free, and have reversed painlessness in a woman with a rare condition. What do we know about the way we experience pain?
This week in American discourse. Ted Cruz paints himself as the tough-guy candidate: He promises to "carpet bomb" ISIS, "repeal every word" of Obamacare, and build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico. South
"To Kill a Mockingbird," the classic 1960 novel about racism in a small Southern town, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, became a staple of high school reading lists and turned its author into one of