Does your Nan ever wonder where she can find The Google? Has your Uncle ever proudly shown you a series of “photos” he’s taken with his new smartphone, and you’ve had to patiently explain that they’re actually videos?
A one-year-old girl diagnosed with incurable aggressive leukaemia is now in remission after receiving “designer cells” from a donor.
For some colourblind people, donning EnChroma lenses is nothing short of life-changing. For others, the experience is lacklustre. Let's take a closer look.
Photographer Eric Cheng has captured some of the most dramatic natural phenomena on Earth and wants to share his secrets.
Sure, gesture-controlled robots are cool. Even cooler? Scientists have developed a way to control a robotic arm just by blinking at it—no hands needed.
To this day, some people continue to believe that HIV is a hoax.
Now, it’s no surprise that interacting with a screen, even using your voice, is distracting. But the shocking thing is just how distracting.
Save yourself a couple of quid, and head over to YouTube itself on October 28th.
Google’s been embroiled in a battle over whether or not the company’s book scanning project infringed copyright. Last week the USA's 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals declared that it’s fair use.
The people behind Peeple think the app will help spread “good feeling.” Social psychology begs to differ.
Einstein says no.
An excerpt from Our Robots, Ourselves by David A. Mindell. Just how autonomous are military drones?
How on earth do you tie water into a knot? With science, of course.
Everyone knows there are unofficial rules to adhere to if you want to win an Oscar. Are there similar rules for the Nobels? We asked a Nobel predictor and one of the “pickers” for a prize.
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