Mouse gestures never made sense on PCs, but they’re awesome on Android. Long before we started swiping and tapping on touch screens, mouse gestures were touted as the humanist way of interacting with computers.
Don’t worry, she nailed it. In the first clip from the final Hunger Games installment, Katniss, Gale, and Finnick receive some order that don’t exactly mesh well with their go-getter attitude. Jennifer
If your daily routine doesn’t get your creative juices flowing, consider adapting these habits of famously creative thinkers. Creativity can be as elusive as it is rewarding. Inspiration usually lies beyond
But breakfast foods vary wildly from place to place. Inspired by a HostelBookers.com post by Victoria Philpott and a Quora post, we took a look at some classic breakfast choices from countries around world.
Some of iOS 9‘s more important planned enhancements include split-screen apps on iPads, a new Home app for controlling HomeKit accessories, a new system-wide UI font, a mass transit directions service
Bone healing slows with age, but that process may one day be reversed Human bodies age. There’s really no way around it — at least for now. Sagging skin, weakened immune systems, and slow-healing bone
Sometimes I look at my husband and think, "I really don't remember what you just said." Is that because of his charming European accent, or because hey, we're married? Don't leap to blame the accent, at
New research suggests that sexual competition for mates keeps populations healthy Feminists have debated it for decades, but scientists have finally got to the bottom of why men still exist. Biologists
Sunrise Meet could be a glimpse at the future of iPhone multitasking. Sunrise is a cross-platform calendar app for Mac, iOS, Android, and the web that consistently gets rave reviews. On the iOS side of
Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves to create
The Plate Simple, and in many regards, little changed since its serendipitous invention a century ago, the tea bag turns preparing a cup of tea into a convenience. Even those purists among you who still
Hackers are coming up with ever more ingenious ways to crack your secrets. But with the right tricks, you can learn to outsmart them and protect your privacy. When you go on holiday, you wouldn’t leave
Weird & Wild Newly released video shows how male pea crabs gain access to females—and it's behavior never before seen in a crustacean. There's no barrier to love for a tiny crab that tickles its way into
That color subtly affects behavior, mood, and thought is something most people know intuitively and that psychologists have backed up with research. In the 1980s, for example, scientists found that painting
This beguiling directorial outing from acclaimed cinematographer Chienn Hsiang earned a Taiwan Golden Horse award for lead actor Chen Shiang-Chyi. She is superb as Ling, a fortysomething woman with early-onset
Think back to the last time you got negative feedback — like when your doctor suggested you lay off the cigarettes or when your mother advised you to get rid of that ridiculous goatee. Though we all understand