Memories are just about the most precious piece of intangible property that we have — they contain a person's history, personality, and most deeply held beliefs — but there's an inevitable decline in ability
A new study shows that even after cardiac arrest, the brain keeps on going. Can a new study lay the basis for the scientific understanding of mystical-sounding near-death recollections, filled with vivid
The tiny wearable camera automatically snaps every 30 seconds of your life. But that’s the easy part. This is how the upcoming app will organize all that data. A tiny wearable camera called Memoto captures
Smitten from the start with a 1970s concrete villa in rural Belgium, a resident and her designer embark on a sensitive renovation... An architect and his wife roll up their sleeves and create an affordable
It's just a matter of time before we all have replicant companions, right? And they'll need artificial memories like in "Blade Runner." That's why we should all thank the scientists at the RIKEN-MIT Center
Lernstift is a pen which vibrates when you spell the word incorrectly. However, it could also be capable of spawning its own App ecosystem. After launching on Kickstarter recently, it’s picking up speed
Science News Construction work in eastern Mexico exposed an ancient settlement, including 30 skeletons and the ruins of a pyramid, believed to be up to 2,000 years old, archaeology officials announced.
Another Android gaming console at this year's E3? Kind of, sort of, yeah. But Unu's (née Snakebyte) looking to set itself apart from the OUYAs, Gamesticks and M.O.J.O.s of the world (to name but a few)