Microsoft lost $5 billion to $7 billion on the original Xbox, launched in 2001. And it made billions of dollars on the Xbox 360. Depending on the time frame in which you look at it, it was either an insane
They have identified that the strategy of investing in so-called high-quality stocks has returned 5% to 7% a year on average since 1995. All you have to do is pick out big, boring stocks with decent profit
Theresa Duringer spent the last three years of her life as an indie game developer. She thought that experience would be like a Lone Ranger. But she found that her world had become more interdependent
"Was the Civil War fought over slavery?": Here's the video to show idiots who think the answer is "No"
The next time an annoying friend or relative attempts to argue that the Civil War was fought over anything other than slavery, here's the definitive response delivered by Colonel Ty Seidule, a Professor
Today marked the unveiling of a reprogrammable optical chip that is capable of processing photons in an infinite variety of ways. This development marks a massive step toward the realization of a quantum
Cambridge University has built evolution by natural selection into a robot for the first time A ‘mother’ robot which can build its own ‘children’, test which ones do best, then modify their design, has
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(Billboard) — It was an eventful night for rap on Thursday. Right when it seemed like Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex (again) didn't have Meek Mill's diss song aimed at Drake in his possession, he unleashes Know."
Black holes are full of conundrums. Like, what would happen if you threw a book inside one of these gravity wells? The theory of general relativity (the physics laws that govern really big things in the