Divorced parents who "brainwash" their children against ex-partners are guilty of “abuse”, the head of the agency that looks after youngsters' interests in family courts has said. Anthony Douglas, chief
In today's world, brain is worth more than brawn, and even ancient tricks can help. We live in a digital age surrounded by smart devices and connectivity, where everyone is trying to get smarter, faster.
Traditional Japanese carpentry is almost unfathomably complicated. Timber was joined, not by nails or screws, but by carving extremely intricate patterns into the wood, then interlocking them as self-reinforcing
The malware was used to target a political dissident in the United Arab Emirates. On the morning of August 10, Ahmed Mansoor, a 46-year-old human rights activist from the United Arab Emirates, received
One of the biggest warning signs of the financial crisis is flashing again — but this time is different
The Libor, or London Interbank Offered Rate, measures the interest rate at which banks lend to each other at different durations, and its sharp jump was a harbinger of the financial crisis. An increase
Stupid people tend to overestimate their competence, while smart people tend to sell themselves short. As Shakespeare put it in As You Like It: "The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows to
Tech's cutting-edge companies are not only building products that will shape our future, but they're also building campuses with a vision to match. It's not enough to just have a nice cafeteria or a volleyball
For weeks after professional skier Jamie Crane-Mauzy injured her brain while competing in Whistler, B.C., the 23-year-old says she experienced the world like the protagonist in the movie "50 First Dates."
A bizarre plan to save humanity Scientists have a fix for one of the greatest threats facing our climate. It’s big, it’s hairy, and it’s been dead 10,000 years. In a madcap scheme to slow the melt of permafrost,
Apple computers are expensive — here’s how to build your own superfast Mac at a fraction of the price
So what's the solution if you want a super-powerful Mac computer without paying that high price tag? Build your own, of course! Do-it-yourself Mac computers are called "Hackintosh" computers by the people
Apple is killing the headphone jack — here's how headphone companies are preparing for a total hardware revolution
Apple is reportedly ditching the 3.5 mm headphone jack in the next iPhone. And Intel is reportedly helping further USB-C's status as an alternative digital-audio connector — the implication being that
In the clearest gauge yet of how concerned other countries are about the wave of police violence in the US, the Bahamas has warned its citizens traveling to the country to “exercise extreme caution” in
In preparation for an age of biometric data megabreaches, I covered my real fingerprints with replaceable, fully-functional fake ones that are nearly impossible to copy. With face recognition on the rise